The Mavericks, the unique American band who fuse Latin sounds with their Country and rock roots, have added two new dates to their autumn tour, having sold out those venues in double-quick time. Once again, they'll have the fantastic Havana Horns on stage with them to add extra Latin zest to numbers such as the current hit, "Dance the Night Away". With their Trampoline album having spent the last three months in the Top 20, these new shows should also sell out well in advance. Other dates at Birmingham, Brighton, Cambridge, Cardiff and Sheffield have few tickets remaining.
Royal Albert Hall, London, SW7 (0171-589 8212) 18 Sept; Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow (0141-287 7777) 28 Sept
Anish Kapoor's first public gallery exhibition in this country has provoked an immediate sensation. "We can't tear our eyes away," said Tom Lubbock of The Independent. While critics were dragged away to pen glowing reviews, a more impressive barometer of Kapoor's easy access to complex forms has been the sight of people romping, childlike, over the sculptures. Catch him while you can. (right)
Hayward Gallery, South Bank, London, SE1 (0171-960 4242) to 14 JunReuse content