Flor de Toloache

Aug 24, 2021

Flor de Toloache returns to the main stage and confirms their participation as the special guest at Mon Laferte’s #USTOUR2021

The band is preparing the release of a very special tribute to classic songs that marked the Latin American rock scene


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Flor de Toloache - US Tour 2021

Flor de Toloache has confirmed today, their long-awaited reunion with their audience in the United States, following a 16-month absence due to the pandemic. Over the last few months, the group held several virtual presentations, connecting from different corners of the world, as was the case with one of their lead singers, Mireya Ramos, who had been in New Zealand since the beginning of 2020 and is now finally back in New York reunited with her family and bandmates.

Flor de Toloache’s tour started last August 13th at the Caramoor Center in Katonah, NY. Starting September 14, Flor de Toloache joins Mon Laferte‘s coast-to-coast U.S. tour.

The talented New Yorker ensemble continues to unveil their tribute to Latin American rock songs, in which they inject their alternative mariachi sound. The Latin GRAMMY Award winners drew inspiration from great songs that in their time marked their history and in one way or another, left their mark on the group’s sounds. As a second taste of what will be a compilation of unforgettable anthems, they embody the nature of Colombian ideology and release “La Tierra”, a 1997 patriotic classic from the legendary band EKHYMOSIS, considered by many as the “second Colombian anthem”. In 2021, with new and renewed musical elements, Flor de Toloache transforms it and gives amplitude to more possibilities of musical and cultural expression.

The band will be surprising fans with an album made up of several covers of rock songs, including: “Florecita Rockera“, another original song by Aterciopelados, included on this fresh musical proposal that undoubtedly, intrigues and reflects the versatility of the female group.


Sep 3 | Monroe, WA – Evergreen State Fair

Sep 9 | Washington, DC – National Gallery Mall

Sep 14 | Seattle, WA – Neptune (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Sep 15 | Seattle, WA – Neptune (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Sep 16 | Portland, OR – Roseland Theater (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Sep 18 | San Francisco, CA – The Masonic (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Sep 19 | Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Sep 22 | Ventura, CA – Ventura Theatre (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Sep 23 | Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern (Mon Laferte Openin g Act)

Sep 24| Riverside, CA – Riverside Municipal (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Sep 25 | Columbia, MO – Roots N Blues Festival

Sep 29 | Anaheim, CA – House of Blues (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Sep 30 | San Diego, CA – The Magnolia (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 1 | Bentonville, AR – FreshGrass Festival

Oct 3 | Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 6 | Chicago, IL – House of Blues (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 7 | Chicago, IL – House of Blues (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 8 | Indianapolis, IN – The Cabaret

Oct 10 | Boston, MA – Big Night Live (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 11 | Washington DC – The Fillmore (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 13 | Brooklyn, NY – Kings Theatre (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 15 | Raleigh, NC – The Ritz (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 16 | Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 17 | Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 19 | Miami, FL – The Fillmore (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 22 | Houston, TX – Bayou Music Center (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 23 | San Antonio, TX – The Aztec (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 24 | Dallas, TX – House of Blues (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 27 | Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Oct 28 | Tucson, AZ – Rialto Theatre (Mon Laferte Opening Act)

Nov 6 | Red Wing, MN – Sheldon Theatre

For information, please contact

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