The Mavericks have announced a number of new North American tour dates to their spring 2024 schedule, with appearances spanning Fort Worth, Charleston, Milwaukee, and more before the group returns to Europe in April. See below for a list of all previously announced and newly confirmed tour dates.
Currently making its way through the northwest with stops in Montana, Washington, and Idaho, the musical tour-de-force will have covered much of the continental United States by the close of the year. Upcoming highlights include a two night residency at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville with support from Hogslop String Band (Dec. 1) and Maggie Rose (Dec. 2); Sandy Beaches Cruise, which commences Jan. 13 in Fort Lauderdale; and two nights at Charleston Music Hall (Jan. 26 and 27). February and March will see appearances at several marquee venues including the Fox Theatre (Tucson, AZ); the Orpheum Theater (Madison, WI); another double-header at Tannahill’s Music Hall (Fort Worth, TX); plus the band’s long-awaited return to Miami at the iconic Adrienne Arsht Center for the Arts before the group is due back in the UK and Europe in late April.
The Mavericks’ infectious live show, which fuses rock, latin, Tex-Mex, norteño and salsa varieties, has earned the group worldwide recognition as “America’s greatest live dance band.” Fronted by Cuban-American vocalist Raul Malo, whose timeless and inimitable voice NPR Music calls “one of the best in the U.S.,” The Mavericks have remained a highly-coveted touring ensemble for over three decades.
In 2021, the genre-defying outfit further expanded its musical palette with the release of its first all-Spanish language album, En Español, which notched #1 debuts on Billboard’s “Latin Pop Albums” chart, the iTunes and Amazon Latin Music charts, and became the first-ever album landing simultaneously in the Top-10 of the Americana and Latin Music charts. The album has continued to garner positive reception with a wealth of media praise in the United States and Latin America, performances on Austin City Limits (PBS), the Latin Alternative Music Conference, and the Hispanic Heritage Awards; a nomination alongside Bad Bunny for the Best Independent Latin Album of the Year, and multiple “Best of Year” album picks from the likes of NPR, Rolling Stone, and more that impressively spanned, mainstream, country, Americana, and Latin music lists.
The group is currently on the road in support of its widely-celebrated 10th Anniversary In Time Deluxe Reissue, which includes all 14 original tracks, plus never-before-released single “Tonight Is The Night,” the group’s exquisite take on Glen Campbell’s “Gentle On My Mind,” and a rare conjunto version of “Ven Hacia Mi.”
Featuring the mesmerizing vocal display of Raul Malo, the driving swing of drummer Paul Deakin, the masterful playing of guitarist Eddie Perez, and eccentric style of keyboardist Jerry Dale McFadden, the GRAMMY, CMA, ACM, and Americana Music lifetime achievement award-winning quartet continues its legacy of crisscrossing musical boundaries with fantastic abandon.