The Mavericks Launch 30th Anniversary World Tour

Whether you’re a fan of The Mavericks from the days of old when they were wining CMAs and ACMs back in the mid 90’s and launching radio hits like “All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down,” or their newer era with albums like their return record In Time from 2013 that won Saving Country Music’s Album of the Year, whenever they’re rolling through your town, The Mavericks are a sure bet for one hell of a show to see. Even if you’ve never heard a lick of their music whatsoever, don’t be afraid as a country music fan to mix your twang with a little Latin influence. The Mavericks bring the party, and are one of the best live acts in all of music.

In 2019 The Mavericks are celebrating three decades of performing together, and have just launched a 30th Anniversary Tour to celebrate the milestone. With 70 dates that include trips to Europe, Canada, residencies at Gruene Hall in Texas and Tarrytown in New York, and a headliner set at the Ryman Auditorium, there’s plenty of opportunities to see this force of nature, and one of our generation’s most gifted singers and frontmen, Raul Malo.

“I’m not one to look back, I never have been,” says Malo. “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.”

Saving Country Music took in The Mavericks performing earlier this year at Mile 0 Fest, and the outfit proved beyond a doubt that they still have it and then some, delivering one of the best performances of the entire festival.

“We’re going to be bringing stuff out from the very early material right up to the most current,” says guitarist Eddie Perez. “And we’re going to present that in a way that’s a little special. A real production, shall we say!”

THE MAVERICKS’ 30th ANNIVERSARY WORLD TOUR

6/1 – ASBURY PARK, NJ – The Stone Pony
6/2 – ASBURY PARK, NJ – The Stone Pony
6/6 – LEBANON, NH – Lebanon Opera House
6/7 – SHELBYVILLE, DE – The Freeman Stage
6/8 – NEW YORK, NY – Beacon Theatre
6/13 – TILBURG, NL – 013 Poppodium
6/14 – GRONINGEN, NL – De Oosterport
6/16 – BRUSSELS, BLG – Ancienne Belgique
6/19 – GLASGOW, UK – SEC Armadillo
6/20 – BATH, UK – The Forum
6/21 – BIRMINGHAM, UK – O2 Academy Birmingham
6/23 – TUNBRIDGE WELLS, UK – Black Deer Festival
6/24 – GATESHEAD, UK – Sage Gateshead
6/26 – LONDON, UK – Hackney Empire
6/27 – MANCHESTER, UK – Albert Hall
6/28 – GLASTONBURY, UK – Glastonbury
7/5 – MARICOPA, AZ – Harrah’s AK-Chin
7/6 – TAOS, NM – Kit Carson Park
7/7 – BEAVER CREEK, CO – Vilar Performing Arts Center
7/8 – DENVER, CO – Denver Botanical Gardens
7/14 – WEBSTER, MA – Indian Ranch
7/21 – LICHTENVOORDE, NL – Zwarte Cross Festival
7/23 – HUBER HEIGHTS, OH – Rose Music Center
7/25 – GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Frederik Meijer Gardens
7/26 – AURORA, IL – RiverEdge Park
7/27 – BOWLER, WI – North Star Casino Resort
8/1 – CHICOUTIMI, QC – Festivale des Rhythmes du Monde
8/2 – LAKE CHARLES, LA – The Golden Nugget
8/17 – HARLEYSVILLE, PA – Philly Folk Festival
8/18 – ANNAPOLIS, MD – Maryland Hall
8/23 – MONTGOMERY, AL – Montgomery Performing Arts Center
8/24 – BLACK MOUNTAIN, NC – Strings & Suds Festival
8/25 – GAINESVILLE, GA – Atlanta Botanical Gardens
8/28 – SYRACUSE, NY – New York State Fair
8/29 – LENOX, MA – Tanglewood
8/30 – LOWELL, MA – Boarding House Park
8/31 – CHARLESTOWN, RI – Rhythm & Roots Festival
9/5 – OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Tower Theatre
9/7 – DALLAS, TX – Statler Ballroom
9/13 – NASHVILLE, TN – Ryman Auditorium
9/20 – CINCINNATI, OH – Taft Theatre
9/21 – ROANOKE, VA – Baconfest
9/22 – DURHAM, NC – Carolina Theatre
9/26 – LOUISVILLE, KY – Brown Theatre
9/27 – ANDERSON, IN – Terrace Showroom
9/28 – COLUMBIA, MO – Roots N Blues N BBQ Fest
10/3 – MILWAUKEE, WI – Pabst Theater
10/5 – DUBUQUE, IA – Diamond Jo Casino
10/6 – DES MOINES, IA – Hoyt Sherman Place
10/8 – SIOUX FALLS, SD – Orpheum Theatre
10/10 – FARGO, ND – Fargo Theatre
10/11 – MINNEAPOLIS, MN – State Theatre
10/12 – BISMARCK, ND – Belle Mehus Auditorium
10/15 – KELOWNA, BC – Kelowna Community Theatre
10/16 – EDMONTON, AB – Winspear Centre Enmax Hall
10/17 – CALGARY, AB – Macewan Hall Ballroom
10/19 – RED DEER, AB – Memorial Centre
10/21 – SASKATOON, SK – TCU Place
10/22 – WINNIPEG, MB – Burton Cummings Theatre
10/24 – SAULT STE MARIE, ON – Sault Community Theatre
10/26 – OTTAWA, ON – Meridian Theatres at Centerpoint
10/27 – LONDON, ON – Centennial Hall
10/28 – KITCHENER, ON – Centre in the Square
10/30 – TORONTO, ON – Danforth Music Hall
10/31 – TARRYTOWN, NY – Tarrytown Music Hall
11/1 – TARRYTOWN, NY – Tarrytown Music Hall
11/2 – TARRYTOWN, NY – Tarrytown Music Hall
11/8 – NEW BRAUNFELS, TX – Gruene Hall
11/9 – NEW BRAUNFELS, TX – Gruene Hall
11/10 – NEW BRAUNFELS, TX – Gruene Hall