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Los Lobos NEW DATE 2021

Saturday, September 18
Show | 1pm // Doors | 1pm
$16 to $65

Reserve your spot at the Samuel Slater's Concert Club here.

Pre-show cruise tickets here.

Reserve VIP Parking here.

Los Lobos’s show originally scheduled for September 12th at Indian Ranch has been postponed to September 18, 2021. All tickets will be automatically rolled over to the 2021 concert. We hope you’ll hold on to your tickets for next year; it makes a big difference in our planning and budgeting. If you are not able to attend:

Indian Ranch has partnered with Lyte to give our fans a way to donate official tickets to our first responders and medical providers in Central Massachusetts. We hope you will join us in thanking and honoring these heroes on the frontlines. The value of your tickets will be put in the Indian Ranch Tickets for Heroes Fund to provide tickets to upcoming shows this and next season. Click here to donate your tickets

Refunds are available in accordance with our refund policy posted on our website. You will be able to obtain refunds through September 12th.  Click here to request a refund for tickets purchased with a credit card. For refunds on tickets purchased with cash at the Indian Ranch box office, please contact [email protected]. Due to high volumes, you should expect to see your refund within 20 business days. 

If you purchased Reserved Parking or passes to the Slater’s Concert Club for this date the same policies and procedures apply.

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Doors 11:30 AM // Show 1:00 PM
Corral Stage begins at 11:45 AM

The journey of Los Lobos began in 1973, when David Hidalgo (vocals, guitar, and pretty much anything with strings), Louie Pereze (drums, vocals, guitar), Cesar Rosas (vocals, guitar), and Conrad Lozano (bass, vocals, guitarrón) earned their stripes playing revved-up versions of Mexican folk music in restaurants and at parties. The band evolved in the 1980s as it tapped into L.A. ‘s burgeoning punk and college rock scenes. They were soon sharing bills with bands like the Circle Jerks, Public Image Ltd. and the Blasters, whose saxophonist, Steve Berlin, would eventually leave the group to join Los Lobos in 1984.

Los Lobos has sold millions of records, won prestigious awards and made fans around the world. But perhaps its most lasting impact will be how well its music embodies the idea of America as a cultural melting pot. In it, styles like son jarocho, norteño, Tejano, folk, country, doo-wop, soul, R&B, rock ’n’ roll and punk all come together to create a new sound that’s greater than the sum of its parts.

FOR HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE SEATING, PLEASE CALL THE INDIAN RANCH AMPHITHEATRE AT 508.943.3871

No coolers, beach chairs, large bags or backpacks allowed into the venue. Small purses are acceptable. If you are bringing in beach towels and/or other items for the beach, a clear plastic bag is acceptable. No food or drinks with the exception of a sealed bottle of water. Shirts and shoes required.