Reunited country/rock act the Mavericks has confirmed an initial list of U.S. and U.K. tour dates. The Raul Malo-led group will kick off its stateside leg Sept. 17 in Nashville.
Reunited country/rock act the Mavericks has confirmed an initial list of U.S. and U.K. tour dates. The Raul Malo-led group will kick off its stateside leg Sept. 17 in Nashville; U.K. dates will begin Oct. 18 in Portsmouth. Midwestern swing band Hot Club Of Cowtown will open U.S. shows beginning Oct. 3 in Philadelphia.
The opening show will take place at Nashville's outdoor Uptown Mix venue, which hosts weekly shows throughout the summer. Also on the bill are the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and the Subdudes.
As previously reported, the group will play Sept. 19 at the massive Austin City Limits Music Festival, where more than 130 acts will perform across eight stages through three days. Another Austin show will follow the next night at the city's Continental Club.
The Mavericks will release a self-titled album Sept. 23 in the U.S. via Sanctuary Records (a day earlier in Europe). The 11-track set will be the band's first in five years and sixth overall.
Here are the Mavericks' tour dates:
Sept. 17: Nashville (Uptown Mix)
Sept. 19: Austin, Texas (Austin City Limits Music Festival)
Sept. 20: Austin, Texas (Continental Club)
Oct. 3: Philadelphia (Theatre of the Living Arts)
Oct. 4: Boston (Avalon Ballroom)
Oct. 5: Uncasville, Conn. (Mohegan Sun Casino)
Oct. 7: New York (Bowery Ballroom)
Oct. 8: Alexandria, Va. (Birchmere)
Oct. 9: Baltimore (Recher Theatre)
Oct. 18: Portsmouth, England (Guildhall)
Oct. 19: Bournemouth, England (BIC)
Oct. 20: Bristol, England (Colston Hall)
Oct. 21: Croydon, England (Fairfield Hall)
Oct. 23: Manchester, England (Apollo)
Oct. 24: Sheffield, England (City Hall)
Oct. 25: Edinburgh (Playhouse)
Oct. 26: Glasgow (Clyde Auditorium)
Oct. 28: Nottingham, England (Royal Centre)
Oct. 29: Ipswich, England (Regent)
Oct. 30: Sunderland, England (Empire)
Nov. 1: London (Hammersmith Apollo)
Nov. 2: Folkestone, England (LeasCliff Hall)
Nov. 3: Plymouth, England (Pavillions)
Nov. 4: Cardiff, Wales (St. David's)
Nov. 6: Birmingham, England (City Hall)
Nov. 7: Brighton, England (Dome)