The Cave Big Bear

Los Lonely Boys

Becoming successful requires a particular combination of diligence and faith. There are risks to take and challenges to overcome in every step of the journey toward the conscious manifestation of our dreams. For Los Lonely Boys, a unique Texan Latino rock band consisting of three brothers, their journey had led them toward the creation of inspirational music and subsequent worldwide fame. However, this success did not come without hard work and perseverance. Neither was it achieved without the simple acceptance that it can be possible.

The father of the trio, Ringo Garza Sr., had raised his sons in a musical household. Garza Sr created a band called the Falcones, and had inspired his sons to take on his legacy. “Our father was our biggest influence,” Bassist Jojo explains. “He showed us all kinds of music – of his music, as well as the music of a lot of the greats.”

Throughout the years, Los Lonely Boys have courageously conquered various challenges. A few years ago, singer and bassist Jojo Garza developed vocal cord nodules, which he had triumphantly overcome within just a few months. In 2013, they had to cancel an entire run of 43 shows and postpone the production of their album due to a serious injury guitarist Henry Garza received during a performance in LA. However, these challenges were dwarfed in comparison to the death of their mother in 2015.

The inspirational story of this band’s adventure toward material fulfillment feeds the heart and fuels the soul. It is one of valorous resolve, and evokes passion in the human spirit. We are honored to welcome Los Lonely Boys at The Cave on May 19th.

Doors 6:30PM | Opening Act 7:30PM | Headlining Act 9PM

$39 | $50 | $60 + applicable fees.

Tables are available for reservation. Call the box office for more information.

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Amgen Tour of California is happening in Big Bear the same day, so be prepared for extra traffic and a few detours through 6PM on May 19. For more information on road closures & detours visit