Toast, Girl Ultra, & Kevin Krauter: Get to Know Openers for The Marías & Triathalon Fall Tour

The anticipation is building as we are less two weeks away from The Marías and Triathalon joint tour presented by Ones to Watch. As if this collaboration between two of our favorite indie dream-pop bands wasn't enough, the tour will also feature support from Toast, Girl Ultra, and Kevin Krauter. Get familiar below, and grab your tickets here



Photo: Aria Herbst

Toast is the brainchild of musician Claud Mintz, easily recognizable by their circular wire-framed glasses, light brown pixie cut, and blue jeans. Toast's music features synth sounds layered with soft, echoing vocals. Their self-titled EP was released in August 2018 and features five songs, including their singles "Scarlett" and "Onetwothree." This will be Toast's first time touring, and it's sure to open up more opportunities for their musical endeavors.

Girl Ultra


Photo: Daniel Patlán

Mariana de Miguel, known by her stage name Girl Ultra, has her roots in Mexico City. Her music encompasses girl power and tributes to 90s R&B and contemporary soul. Her debut album, Adiós, was released last April. With organic instrumentation, soft hip-hop beats, and Girl Ultra's silky vocals, Adiós unpacks the laments and self-discoveries that arise at the end of a relationship.

Kevin Krauter 


Kevin Krauter is an Indiana-based singer and songwriter who joined the indie music scene while attending university in Muncie. His first EP, Magnolia, is a compilation of six songs that were thrown together for a friend's school project. Earlier this summer, Kevin released his debut album, Toss Up. The album is an integration of powerful piano, melodic guitar and synth sounds, and dreamy vocals. Kevin will be touring with Beach Fossils and Wavves in late October and early November prior to joining The Marías and Triathalon on tour.

Tickets for the tour are available now on The Marías' and Triathalon's respective websites! Find your city below to catch these amazing artists on tour!