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Thank you very much for your patience regarding Circus Mexicus 2020. As promised by April 27, we’ve looked at several options given the cards the Coronavirus has dealt us, spoken with several officials in Puerto Penasco and brainstormed dozens of ideas all in an effort to maintain the tradition we’ve all created together for 21 years.

At this time, it’s no longer feasible to continue planning Circus Mexicus June 4-7, 2020 and are recommending everybody cancel all travel plans. As difficult as this is to announce, we’re confident it’s in the best interest of everybody especially the citizens of Puerto Penasco and Northern Mexico.

Full refunds for tickets purchased will be issued this week. If you’d like to learn how to support those in need in Puerto Penasco, we encourage you to visit and learn about the amazing work our friends at are doing.

Having said that, we’re very excited to announce Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers will be returning to Puerto Penasco not once, but twice in 2020!

The weekends will have a similar schedule and intimate vibe as our January Jam weekends, using both stages at Banditos and others around town to amplify the fun.

Grab your calendars and circle September 25-27, 2020 as well as November 20-22, 2020. RCPM will return for January Jam MLK Weekend, January 15-17, 2021.

We encourage everybody to visit our friends at Las Palomas – or Bella Sirena – and book your condos now for these dates. Ticket information and line up will be announced soon.

In the meantime, in lieu of a stage from where to work and play, we’ll continue to gratefully accept support at our Venmo account @RogerClyneandthePeacemakers as well as at on Paypal.

Expect news soon regarding an RCPM Live Circus Mexicus Edition streaming event in early June at

Can’t wait that long? Check out the Cinco de Mayo Edition Live concert with special guest appearances May 5th at 6pm PT (Arizona) at the same streaming website above.

Thank you and Play On!
– Roger, PH, Nick & Jim


RCPM played the roof top patio at the Sunset Cantina on October 28, 2000. A few dozen showed up and listened to Honky Tonk Union, Refreshments songs from both records and a couple covers. Just like that, Circus Mexicus was born.



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