The Mavericks En Español World Tour
General Admission: $30 ($15 for THELMA Members)
Wristbands included with ticket price. Paper ticket must be presented at the gate to receive wristband and entrance. If you do not have a paper ticket, there will be Will Call at the Main and Sheboygan Street entrance. No tickets will be mailed.
Absolutely no carry-ins, large bags or backpacks. All other bags will be checked.
Limited area for bag chairs. First come, first serve.
Gates open at 5 pm. Entrances are located on Portland and Main Streets. There will be no public access on Marr Street (stage area).
The Mavericks, the eclectic rock and country group known for crisscrossing musical boundaries, has gone through three distinct phases since it was founded in Miami in 1989. An initial period of heady success marked by big hits and critical acclaim in the ‘90s. A long hiatus starting 2003 when the musicians each went their own way. And finally, a triumphant reunion in 2012 which held long enough for them to recently celebrate the band’s 30th anniversary. Now, The Mavericks are releasing a new album that ushers in the fourth phase of their evolution.
“It’s like we’ve had three different lives,” says Raul Malo, the band’s lead singer and songwriter, “and now this is a whole new beginning. We’re sort of going into uncharted territory. I’m looking forward to it and I’m kind of nervous about it too. It’s certainly a new adventure.”
On August 21, The Mavericks officially launch that adventure with the debut of their first-ever, all-Spanish album, released on the band’s own Mono Mundo label. Entitled simply En Español, it is produced by Malo and the band’s long-time collaborator Niko Bolas (Neil Young, Prince, Sheryl Crow). The line-up includes Malo’s fellow Miamian and charter bandmember, Paul Deakin on drums and vibraphone, as well as veteran Jerry Dale McFadden, who joined in 1993. Eddie Perez, a Mexican American guitarist from Los Angeles, is the band’s youngest and newest member, becoming a Maverick in 2003.
The Jimmys open for the Mavericks! The Jimmys combine the seasoned keyboard and Hammond B-3 organ talents of Jimmy Voegeli, the legendary blues guitarist Perry Weber on six-strings and vocals, drummer Chris Sandoval – veteran of the Tommy Castro band, the expertise of southern Wisconsin’s finest bass guitar, and rounded out by an amazing horn section! They aren’t your typical blues band.