The multiple Grammy award-winning band from
2014 marks the 40th year that Lobos has been touring and making music, a time period marked by multiple awards and waves of devoted fans.
Lobos snagged their first Grammy in 1983 in the Best Mexican-American Performance category for their song "Anselma," while their second came in Best Mexican-American Performance category for "La Pistola Y El Corazon" in 1989 and their last came in 1995 in the Best Pop Instrumental Performance category for "Mariachi Suite."
"We have been trying to get them to come to
Devoted Lobos fans arrived as early as an hour and half before the
Lobos T-shirts decorated the venue, as fans of all ages were packed in tight on the lawn just to catch a glimpse of the legendary band.
"I have seen Los Lobos three times, the most recent coming just last night in
As Lobos took the stage the crowd roared, and the show was on. The band played a full hour of their greatest hits.
The front of the stage was packed just as tight as the lawn, as devoted fans danced the night away to their favorite songs.
The biggest roar from the crowd came when the band played arguably their most famous song, a cover of the famous
"It was great to see a lot of kids and families here tonight, especially at the front of the stage. They are a very personable band and proved tonight to be fun for the whole family," said
Lobos closed out the night as a light rain started to fall on
The band obliged the crowd's wish and came back onto the stage to play another song before officially closing out their night.
For more than an hour after the show Lobos signed hats, albums, T-shirts and other memorabilia for devoted fans.
After the show Lobos headed west, as they were ticketed to perform at the popular Bumbershoot Festival in
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