The Mavericks' Very Merry Christmas Tour
with Special Guest JD McPherson
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Tickets cost $64, $74 and $89 (plus applicable service charges). They are also available from the Lensic Box Office (505-988-1234).
Tickets will go on sale to AMP members on Wednesday, July 27 at 10 AM. Click here for info on AMP Membership.
Regular on-sale is Friday, July 29 at 10 AM.
Grammy Award-winning band The Mavericks are pleased to present the 2022 edition of their Very Merry Christmas Tour, featuring super special guest JD McPherson! Featuring selections from their 2018 holiday album Hey! Merry Christmas!, alongside the classics and favorites of their acclaimed 30-year career, don't miss music's most genre-defying band as they revisit their own special twist on the holidays.
Led by the incomparable vocals of Raul Malo, drummer Paul Deakin, guitarist Eddie Perez and keyboardist Jerry Dale McFadden, The Mavericks wrote eight songs for Hey! Merry Christmas! that blend the group's distinctive mix of rockabilly, Latino, folk, swing, blues, jazz and more. These original tunes inject a fresh style and sound into the holiday season while seamlessly fitting into any rotation of Christmas classics.
From the rollicking opening tracks "Christmas Time Is Coming 'Round Again" and "Santa Does" to the gorgeous, jazzy ballad "Christmas For Me Is You" to the sultry blues of "Santa Wants To Take You For A Ride", The Mavericks redefine what the sounds of Christmas can be.
"Nobody puts the Feliz in Navidad quite as jubilantly as The Mavericks..."
Hailing from Broken Arrow, OK, JD McPherson has recorded four studio albums and toured extensively at venues worldwide. McPherson's Christmas album, Socks, featuring 11 all-original Christmas songs, received overwhelming critical praise.
"JD McPherson is a vivid reinterpreter of the strutting rock 'n' roll of the 1950s. His holiday album, Socks, is a collection of original songs with startlingly original conceits."
—The New York Times
"Socks overflows with vintage rock & roll tidings of comfort and joy... You could easily fool someone into thinking you discovered a gem of an album from 60 years ago."