If you have been looking forward to catching another Blue October concert, get your eyes and ears ready. The last time Blue October was in El Paso I was working but luckily could hear it while I work.

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The time I am referring to when Blue October performed in El Paso was when they played at the block party. It was when DeadBeach Brewery held the Beer Bites & Beats event on Durango St. in 2018.

That night Blue October was performing I was serving the beers in the VIP patio area. Thankfully, the stage was just beside the VIP section and I could hear it perfectly.

Luckily Roxy Cross filmed a video of one of my top favorites from Blue October. Roxy Cross recorded the band singing "I Hope You're Happy" at Beer Bites & Beats which you can watch below.

If you missed that concert then, don't beat yourself up anymore since they will be returning to El Paso. But I love the fact that Blue October will be in El Paso, Texas on October 25.

I simply can't wait to see Blue October in October at The Plaza Theater. You will definitely see me there raising my cup of Dr. Pepper while I sing my heart out to "I Hope You're Happy" with the band.

The on-sale to the general public will begin on Friday, June 17 at 10 am. I won't forget the time Justin Furstenfeld had a special message for the late Scott Ronson in 2014.

You can see what Justin Furstenfeld had to say during Scott Ronson's battle above. Another fun time was when Scott Ronson interviewed Justin Furstenfeld and that footage is down below.

There is one song that I am sure a lot of El Pasoans would love to hear live "Breakfast After Ten" hopefully this time around. If you remember the past shows Blue October had in El Paso they didn't play it in 2011, 2014, and 2018.

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