• Comedian Greg Wilson was coming to El Paso for a show in September and planned to donate money to the El Paso Shooting Victims.
  • Now, the show has been postponed but he still says he will be coming and STILL donating the money.

Earlier this summer, comedian and former El Pasoan Greg Wilson announced that he would be performing at the El Paso Comic Strip in September and would be donated his paycheck to victims of the El Paso Walmart shooting. Wilson used to live in El Paso and graduated from Hanks High School in east El Paso. He took to his Instagram to tell his followers he wanted to do his part and help out the community he loves and the victims of the El Paso shooting:

El Paso has been such a huge part of my life and career.

"As a graduate of @JMHanksHigh, I am proud to donate 100% of my performance fee at the legendary El Paso Comic Strip Sept 12-15 to the El Paso Community Foundation Victims Fund."

Unfortunately, it looks like Greg Wilson's comedy show isn't going to be happening in September. He apologized to El Pasoans on Instagram but says he will be back:

"EL PASO PEOPLE. I hate to say it but I have to POSTPONE my upcoming engagement at the Comic Strip die to a major TV commitment. BUT I WILL BE BACK and I will still be donating 100% of my check to the Victim’s Fund. Much love."

No word yet on the new date but as soon as we know we will inform everyone. There are some other great comedians coming to El Paso so keep checking the El Paso Comic Strip's website!

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