Hinder w/ Special Guests Wayland and Blacktop Mojo [Rescheduled Date]
Presented by Lava Cantina

Hinder

Wayland, Blacktop Mojo

$15.00 - $100.00
All Ages
Come celebrate 15 years of "Extreme Behavior" as the one and only HINDER returns to the Lava Cantina stage with some friends!

This is the rescheduled date from the COVID-19 postponed show.

What better way to celebrate 15 years of something that to throw a huge party!

That is exactly what Hinder is doing on Tuesday, May 5th alongside special guests Wayland and Blacktop Mojo!

Doors for this show are at 6:00pm, with a show start time of 7:30pm.

General Admission for this show is CHARGED. Reserved seating on our VIP Patio and Balcony is available for purchase; Limited availability. All reserved seating is priced PER SEAT along the railing and tables.

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Hinder is an American rock band from Oklahoma that was formed in 2001 by lead singer Austin Winkler, guitarist Joe "Blower" Garvey, and drummer Cody Hanson. The band released four studio albums with Winkler; Extreme Behavior, Take It to the Limit, All American Nightmare and Welcome to the Freakshow.

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Wayland is an American rock band consisting of singer/rhythm guitarist Mitchel Arnold, guitarist Phillip Vilenski, and bassist Dallas Hall. The band were named after the city of Wayland where Vilenski grew up.

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Formed in late 2012 by vocalist Matt James and drummer Nathan Gillis, Blacktop Mojo’s fiery blend of heavy grunge grooves, classic rock guitar riffs, and Southern Metal shredding falls somewhere between Soundgarden and Lynyrd Skynyrd. After their debut album “I Am” in 2014 and a few years cutting their teeth in dive bars, dancehalls, and honky tonks, the band decided to go all in. In 2017 they teamed up with famed Muscle Shoals Sound producer Jimmy Johnson (The Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger) and his long time engineer Steve Melton for their sophomore outing entitled, “Burn The Ships” at Sound Emporium in Nashville. During the recording of the record, the guys took the leap and quit their day jobs, moving into a small house together in Palestine, Texas where they all still live today. The house created an unbreakable fellowship between the band and a culture of constant creativity.

Venue Information:
Lava Cantina, The Colony
5805 Grandscape Blvd
The Colony, TX, 75056