Hosted by Los Lonely Boys, who are joined by co-headliners Los Lobos, The Brotherhood Tour will stop in cities across the United States, starting on July 18 in Portland, OR and ending on August 14 in New York after 19 shows. Los Lobos also have nine concerts scheduled before the Brotherhood Tour and seven after. More concerts are expected.

Since they began as Los Lobos Del Este Los Angeles in 1973, Los Lobos has evolved into a respected artistic entity using eclectic musical molds built on the blues, rockabilly, jazz, Latin and their own Mexican-American heritage. The critically acclaimed Los Lobos have thrived for more than three decades. In that time, they have released over 15 albums, won the Best American/Mexican Grammy for “Anselma” in 1984, and in 1987 their cover of “La Bamba” shot straight to #1 on the Billboard Singles chart where it remained for three weeks.

Since their worldwide breakout three years ago, Texican trio Los Lonely Boys – brothers Henry, JoJo and Ringo Garza – have achieved multi-platinum album sales, a Grammy Award (their monster hit “Heaven” won Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group in 2005), and widespread acclaim from critics, fans and other musicians. In 2007, Los Lonely Boys participated in Amnesty International’s “Make Some Noise” project. Their cover of John Lennon’s “Whatever Gets You thru the Night” is the second single from the charity album “Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur.” Their third album, “Forgiven will be released on July 1.

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Los Lobos itinerary:

June 20 Casino Regina Show Lounge Regina, SAS
June 21 Saskatchewan Jazz Festival Saskatoon, SAS
June 28 Kate Wolf Memorial Music Fest Laytonville, CA
July 4 Waterfront Independence Fest Louisville, KY
July 5 Alameda County Fair Pleasanton, CA
July 6 Marin County Fair San Rafael, CA
July 10 Party in the Park Rochester, NY
July 11 Town Center Park at Meadowbrook Hamden, CT
July 12 The Mahaiwe Theatre Great Barrington, MA
July 18 Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre Portland, OR (with Los Lonely Boys)
July 19 Marymoor Amphitheater Redmond, WA (with Los Lonely Boys)
July 20 Cuthbert Amphitheatre Eugene, OR (with Los Lonely Boys)
July 22 Mountain Winery Saratoga, CA (with Los Lonely Boys)
July 25 Greek Theatre Los Angeles, CA (with Los Lonely Boys)
July 26 Concerts in the Park Alpine, CA (with Los Lonely Boys)
July 27 Anselmo Valencia Amphitheatre Tucson, AZ (with Los Lonely Boys)
July 29 Sandia Casino Albuquerque, NM (with Los Lonely Boys)
July 30 Red Butte Garden Amphitheater Salt Lake City, UT (with Los Lonely Boys)
July 31 World Arena Colorado Springs, CO (with Los Lonely Boys)
August 1 Fillmore Auditorium Denver, CO (with Los Lonely Boys)
August 2 Harrah’s Casino Council Bluffs, IA (with Los Lonely Boys)
August 4-5 Music in the Zoo Apple Valley, MN (with Los Lonely Boys)
August 7 Frederik Meijer Gardens Grand Rapids MI (with Los Lonely Boys)
August 8 Ravinia Festival (Pavilion) Highland, IL (with Los Lonely Boys)
August 9 Egyptian Room at Murat Centre Indianapolis, IN (with Los Lonely Boys)
August 10 Meadow Brook Music Festival Rochester Hills MI (with Los Lonely Boys)
August 12 The Filene Center Vienna, VA (with Los Lonely Boys)
August 14 Central Park Summerstage New York, NY (with Los Lonely Boys)
August 29 Harley Davidson 105th Anniversary at Cutler Park Waukesha, WI
August 30 American Music Festival Virginia Beach, VA
September 1 Texas Music Festival Houston, TX
October 5-12 Rhythm & Blues Cruise Pacific San Diego, CA
October 25 Bloomington Center for Performing Arts Bloomington, IL
November 8-9 Walt Disney World Resort Orlando, FL
December 7 Lancaster Performing Arts Center Lancaster, CA advertisement