The Mavericks 2019 Tour

The Mavericks Announce Dates for 30th Anniversary World Tour

Thirty years ago, while Garth Brooks and the rest of the Class of '89 changed that Nashville sound, The Mavericks emerged from Miami to pave the way for the coming decade's alt-country artists, Tex-Mex musicians, rock 'n' rollers and others on the mainstream's fringes.

This summer and fall, the band embarks on a world tour across the U.S., Canada and parts of Europe, performing songs from a career that took the genre-defying group from punk rock underdogs to an award-winning country band.

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"I'm not one to look back, I never have been," says co-founder, singer and key songwriter Raul Malo in a press release. "I always want to move forward with our music and look to the future, and our fans want that too — they always respond really well to every new album.

"But if you can't celebrate 30 years in such a tough business as the music industry, what can you celebrate? I'm proud that we've made our mark and it's good to celebrate that. I think we've found the perfect way to mark these 30 years without thinking only about the past and I'm really excited to get out and play these shows."

The Mavericks' 30th Anniversary Tour Dates

June 22 — Chicago, Ill.  — Lakeshake Festival
June 14— Groningen, Nl.— De Oosterport
June 16— Brussels, Blg.— Ancienne Belgique
June 19— Glasgow, U.K.— SEC Armadillo
June 20— Bath, U.K.— The Forum
June 21— Birmingham, U.K.— O2 Academy Birmingham
June 23— Tunbridge Wells, U.K.— Black Deer Festival
June 24— Gateshead, U.K.—Sage Gateshead
June 26— London, U.K.— Hackney Empire
June 27— Manchester, U.K.— Albert Hall
June 28— Glastonbury, U.K.— Glastonbury
July 5— Maricopa, Ariz.— Harrah's AK-Chin
July 6— Taos, N.M.— Kit Carson park
July 7— Beaver Creek, Colo.— Denver Botanical Gardens
July 14— Webster, Mass.— Indian Ranch
July 21— Lichtenvoorde, Nl.— Zwarte Cross Festival
July 23— Huber Heights, Ohio— Rose Music Center
July 25— Grand Rapids, Mich.— Frederik Meijer Gardens
July 26— Aurora, Ill.— RiverEdge Park
July 27— Bowler, Wisc.— North Star Casino Resort
Aug. 1— Chicoutimi, Qc.— Festivale des Rhythmes du Monde
Aug. 2— Lake Charles, La.— The Golden Nugget
Aug. 17- Harlesyville, Penn.— Philly Folk Festival
Aug. 18— Annapolis, Mary.— Maryland Hall
Aug. 23— Montgomery, Ala.— Montgomery Performing Arts Center
Aug. 24— Black Mountain, N.C.— Strings & Suds Festival
Aug. 25— Gainesville, Ga.— Atlanta Botanical Gardens
Aug. 28— Syracuse, N.Y.— New York State Fair
Aug. 29— Lenox, Mass.— Tanglewood
Aug. 30— Lowell, Mass.— Boarding House Park
Aug. 31— Charlestown, R.I.— Rhythm & Roots Festival
Sept. 5— Oklahoma City, Okla.— Tower Theatre
Sept. 7— Dallas, Tex.— Statler Ballroom
Sept. 13— Nashville, Tenn.— Ryman Auditorium
Sept. 20— Cincinnati, Ohio— Taft Theatre
Sept. 21— Roanoke, Va.— Baconfest
Sept. 22— Durham, N.C.— Carolina Theatre
Sept. 26— Louisville, Kent.— Brown Theatre
Sept. 27— Anderson, Ind.— Terrace Showo
Sept. 28— Columbia, Mo.— Roots N Bluess N BBQ Fest
Oct. 3— Milwaukee, Wisc.— Pabst Theater
Oct. 5— Dubuque, Iowa— Diamond Jo Casino
Oct. 6— Des Moines, Iowa— Hoyt Sherman Place
Oct. 8— Sioux Falls, S.D.— Orpheum Theater
Oct. 10— Fargo, N.D.— Fargo Theatre
Oct. 11— Minneapolis, Minn.— State Theatre
Oct. 12— Bismarck, N.D.— Belle Mehus Auditorium
Oct. 15— Kelowna, B.C.— Kelowna Community Theatre
Oct. 16— Edmonton, Ab.— WInspear Centre Enmax Hall
Oct. 17— Calgary, Ab.— Macewan Hall Ballroom
Oct. 19— Red Deer, Ab.— Memorial Centre
Oct. 21— Saskatoon, Sk.— TCU Place
Oct. 22— Winnipeg, MB— Burton Cummings Theatre
Oct. 24— Sault Ste Marie, On.— Sault Community Theatre
Oct. 26— Ottawa, On.— Meridian Theatres at Centerpoint
Oct. 27— London, On.— Centennial Hall
Oct. 28— Kitchener, On.— Centre in the Square
Oct. 30— Toronto, On.— Danforth Music Hall
Oct. 31— Tarrytown, N.Y.— Tarrytown Music Hall
Nov. 1— Tarrytown, N.Y.— Tarrytown Music Hall
Nov. 2— Tarrytown, N.Y.— Tarrytown Music Hall
Nov. 8— New Braunfels, Texas — Gruene Hall
Nov. 9— New Braunfels, Texas— Gruene Hall
Nov. 10— New Braunfels, Texas — Gruene Hall

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