Nineteen times RCPM have traveled south of the border, set up a stage and put on a rock-n-roll party they call Circus Mexicus. And 19 times you, the fans, have not disappointed.
Now, Roger, Jim, PH and Nick are excited to host their biggest and best Circus Mexicus fiesta ever.
On June 11, 2011, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers invite everyone to go down together to Rocky Point, Mexico, sit side-by-side in the cantinas and celebrate life through rock-n-roll at CIRCUS MEXICUS XX!
This will be one of the biggest weekends ever for RCPM and something no fan will want to miss.
The festivities for Circus Mexicus XX will kick off Friday night at JJ’s Cantina with PH Naffah’s annual Hot Dog & A Smile charity BBQ. All proceeds go to benefit the children at Esperanza Para Los Niños Orphanage. You can find more information at http://www.esperanzaparalosninos.com/.
To help celebrate the 20th Circus Mexicus, RCPM are inviting back some old friends who have performed at past Circus Mexicus events.
Headlining Friday night at JJ’s are the Hickman-Dalton Gang! Join Colorado’s two guitar legends, Johnny Hickman (Cracker) and Jim Dalton, as they play songs from their extensive collective catalog. And they may even throw in a few covers. If you’ve never seen a Hickman-Dalton show, just about any and every song is fair game.
Also appearing at JJ’s: Arizona’s Tramps and Thieves and Random Karma. And look for additional guests to be announced in the coming weeks!
On Saturday, it’s the second annual Rock and Soccer beach tournament. Details on sign-up and teams will be coming soon! Last year’s inaugural tournament was a huge success. This year’s games are being played on the beach at the reef.
That night, it’s four hours of rock-n-roll under the stars and fireworks in the sandy lot near the Sonoran Sea and Chango’s Bar. Opening for Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers Saturday night, Aaron Beavers and Shurman!
And Sunday, it’s one of our oldest traditions, the Mañanathon Hangover Bash at JJ’s with discounts on Bloody Mary’s and plenty of Mexican Moonshine to let your cups overflow.