Willie Nelson & Family are set to headline the 14-date Outlaw Music Festival tour later this year. Sturgill Simpson, Gov’t Mule, and Lucinda Williams will also be performing at select shows on the festival’s lineup in 2021.
Willie Nelson, Sturgill Simpson, and Chris Stapleton will all be performing this summer. The first stop is a concert in Austin on August 22nd where they’ll perform with Ryan Bingham and Yola at the Germania Insurance Amphitheater. Next up are dates for Willie’s Outlaw Music Festival which includes two-night stands in Gilford (September 10), Philadelphia (September 11) Saratoga Springs (September 12,) Virginia Beach( September 17th) Raleigh( September 18th ), and Charlotte North Carolina. (Thursday 19).
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September 22 is your chance to see some of the best Americana performers in action at Alpharetta. You may feel a bit blue as you watch Nelson, Simpson and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats perform their set. But don’t worry because Kathleen Edwards will provide plenty of down-to-earth folk tunes for you! She’s an excellent performer, you won’t regret catching her on September 24th when she comes with Willie, Sturgill, or Gov’t Mule to Columbia, Maryland.
Outlaw Music Festival 2020 will conclude with a five-day festival in California and Arizona, featuring performances by the Avett Brothers, Gov’t Mule, Lucinda Williams, and Ida Mae. The lineup includes appearances at Phoenix on October 15th; Irvine (California) on 16th; San Diego without Gov’t Mule or Lucinda Williams)on 17th Mountain View (Calif.) 23rd Wheatland CA 24nd.
Willie Nelson has announced his ‘Outlaw Music Festival’ tour which will hit cities all over the country in 2021. One thing to note about this upcoming tour is its price-point: tickets range from just $25-$125 per show. Willie Nelson is one of America’s most treasured musicians so this announcement should come as no surprise to anyone who has already bought tickets.
Willie Nelson ‘Outlaw Music Festival’ tour dates and schedule 2021
The Outlaw Music Festival tour is coming to a city near you this summer. Willie Nelson and his musical buddies will be touring North America for the next two months. The lineup includes Jerry Jeff Walker, Ray Wylie Hubbard, David Allan Coe, and more! Check out the full schedule below to find out when Willie Nelson’s band is coming to your town. Get tickets today before they sell out.
how much are willie nelson’s ‘outlaw music festival’ tour tickets?
The average price of Willie Nelson tickets is about $220. If you’re on a tight budget, it’s best to purchase tickets from third-party ticket vendors as they are usually cheaper than buying them directly from the venue. The major exception is if you are in Atlanta, GA; then the ticket prices range around $35 to $120.
Willie Nelson Ticket Prices & Outlaw Music Festival Tour Details.
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Is Willie Nelson touring with Chris Stapleton?
Willie Nelson is finally hitting the road again, and Chris Stapleton will be among the major acts performing as part of the tour. The addition of Chris Stapleton to the lineup only makes it more exciting! Watch for an announcement soon on this incredible show coming in 2021.
Who is in Willie Nelson and Family Tour?
Willie Nelson and Family Tour is the forthcoming seventeenth concert of Willie Nelson’s farewell tour, which will take place from September 12 to October 6.
This final tour includes a lineup of artists with whom he has performed at previous shows, including his sons Lukas and Micah; his sister Bobbie; harmonica player Mickey Raphael; steel guitarist Donny Herron; Billy Joe Shaver, who performs on many traditional songs side by side with Willie and often sings lead vocals on these tunes when they are played live in concert The show also features an opening act each night to introduce the “Family,” so audiences can get a taste of what’s in store for later in the evening when they come back after intermission.