Most 89-year-olds don’t attend concerts. willie nelsonhowever, is headlining.
The iconic country singer who turns 89 later this month is “on the road again” in 2022 for two star-studded tours. He will perform with artists like George Strait, Jason Isbel, Nathaniel Rateliff, High ZZ, The Avett Brothers on various dates.
At the Camden show, special guests Chris StapletonZach Bryan, Larkin Poe and Brittney Spencer will join Nelson.
Here are all the different tours, special guests and festival appearances on Nelson’s tour itinerary.
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The first tour Nelson embarked on was his traveling roadshow Willie Nelson & Family.
During this tour, he will play with country and folk stars, such as Drew Holcomb, Peytan Porter, Charley Crockett and Lukas Nelson.
Later in the summer, Nelson’s Outlaw Music Festival will see the “Highwayman” call on the talents of many high-profile headliners, including Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, Nathaniel Rateliff, ZZ Top, The Avett Brothers, Gov’ t Mule, Billy Strings and Brothers. Osborne.
The tour kicks off June 24 and runs until September 23.
Tickets to all Outlaw shows are available here.
Nelson, often joined by special guests, will return the favor and will also perform at a few headlining gigs this year.
You can catch it at by Chris Stapleton April 23 Concert for Kentucky, An Outlaw State Of Kind Benefit. Sheryl Crow and Madeline Edwards are other special guests at the event.
Then Willie will be at george strait On April 29 and 30, stay for two shows at the Moody Center in Austin. The Randy Rogers Band is also set to play both shows.
Finally, Nelson is expected to take part in two festivals in August. We’ve got all the info you’ll need on multi-day extravaganzas here:
Windy City Smoke
August 4-7; Chicago, Ill.
Headliners include Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert and Sam Hunt. Buy your tickets here
August 6-14; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Headliners include Poison, Counting Crows and Alabama. Buy your tickets here
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Matt Levy covers the entertainment industry live, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].