The 2019 Levitt National Tour featured
the genre-bending, GRAMMY Award-winning Flor De Toloache, who brought their dynamic fusion of mariachi, jazz, salsa and pop to Levitt audiences across the country!

 

About the Tour

The 2019 Levitt National Tour featured the all-female, GRAMMY-winning mariachi group Flor De Toloache. The exuberant show stopped at seven permanent Levitt venues coast to coast, with additional concerts at Levitt AMP Woonsocket and Levitt AMP Carson City. This year’s Tour followed on the heels of the 2018 Levitt National Tour, which featured Southern rocker Paul Thorn and gospel legends Blind Boys of Alabama, and previous Levitt National Tours featuring Gulf Coast soul sensation The Suffers (2017), genre-busting violin outfit Black Violin (2015) and the world-music fusion of Playing For Change (2014)

Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks | Thursday, June 6


 Levitt Shell Sioux Falls | Saturday, June 15


Levitt Pavilion Dayton | Friday, June 21


 Levitt Shell Memphis| Friday, June 28

Levitt Pavilion Arlington | Saturday, June 29


 Levitt Pavilion Denver | Friday, August 2


 Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles | Saturday, August 10

About Flor De Toloache

Latin GRAMMY Award-winning New York-based​​ all-female ensemble Flor De Toloache continues to win the hearts of both contemporary and traditional mariachi music fans alike through their distinct artistic vision and sophisticated, fresh interpretation of mariachi classics. The group’s diverse ethnic and musical backgrounds transcend cultures and break barriers by forging new paths. Much like the Toloache flower—widely known for its use in Mexican 'love potions'—the ladies of Flor De Toloache cast a spell over audiences with their soaring vocals and electric stage presence. Led by co-band directors Mireya I. Ramos on violin and Shae Fiol on vihuela, Flor De Toloache has graced international stages from Chenai, India to Paris, France and has toured extensively throughout the U.S. as a supporting ​Dan Auerbach​​ of The Black Keys​' new project The Arcs, as well as ​Café Tacvba​​, ​La Santa Cecilia, Ozomatli and Natalia Lafourcade. 

"Not only a prime example of mariachi itself, but how this group of mujeres is makes the genre accessible to all." - NPR : The 200 Greatest Songs By 21st Century Women+

The New York ensemble and beloved press-darlings recently dropped their highly anticipated new album, Indestructable, to critical acclaim, with NPR calling the album "Mariachi girl magic." Apart from the record, the band has also unveiled a slew of collaborations with the likes of No Te Va Gustar, Kansas City Rockers, Making Movies alongside salsa godfather Rubén Blades, and perhaps most notably with platinum-selling R&B artist Miguel.  

Read more about the 2019 Levitt National Tour in reVerb, the Levitt blog.