Kidd Field

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Kidd Field, top left, and its replacement, Sun Bowl Stadium, as seen from the air.

Kidd Field is an athletic facility used primarily by UTEP in El Paso, Texas. Constructed for its then-primary use as a football field in 1938, it was the site of the Sun Bowl until 1963 when Sun Bowl Stadium opened. Kidd Field is used for track and field meets today. Kidd Field cost $2,000 to build, and El Paso holds an annual Easter festival there.

Coordinates: 31°46′28″N 106°30′21″W / 31.77444°N 106.50583°W / 31.77444; -106.50583