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    Jul 2507:30 PM
    Willie NelsonBritt Festival Pavilion & Gardens, Jacksonville, OR
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    Jul 2704:30 PM
    Chris Stapleton, Willie Nelson & Sheryl CrowT-Mobile Park, Seattle, WA
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    Jul 2905:00 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampNorth Island Credit Union Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, CA
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    Jul 3105:00 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampHollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
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    Aug 305:30 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampShoreline Amphitheatre - CA, Mountain View, CA
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    Aug 405:30 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampToyota Amphitheatre, Wheatland, CA
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    Aug 705:00 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampOutdoor Amphitheater At Ford Idaho Center, Nampa, ID
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    Aug 905:30 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampONE Spokane Stadium, Spokane, WA
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    Aug 1005:00 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampGorge Amphitheatre, Quincy, WA
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    Sep 605:45 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampSomerset Amphitheater, Somerset, WI
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    Sep 705:30 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampCredit Union 1 Amphitheatre, Tinley Park, IL
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    Sep 803:30 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampHollywood Casino Amphitheatre - MO, Maryland Heights, MO
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    Sep 1105:00 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampRiverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH
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    Sep 1205:30 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampBlossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
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    Sep 1405:30 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampThe Pavilion At Star Lake, Burgettstown, PA
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    Sep 1505:00 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampPine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI
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    Sep 1705:00 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampDarien Lake Amphitheater, Darien Center, NY
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    Sep 2005:00 PM
    Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan & John MellencampBank of New Hampshire Pavilion, Gilford, NH
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    About Willie Nelson

    Willie Nelson, the legendary country music artist, is currently on tour for his Outlaw Music Festival Tour. The tour will have seven dates in the eastern U.S. and will feature founding member of Grateful Dead, Bob Weir, who will be performing with Willie Nelson in all seven shows. The lineup for the concert includes Willie Nelson & Family, Bob Weir & Wolf Bros. featuring the Wolfpack, and Particle Kid.

    One of the tour's stops is Tampa, where Willie Nelson will be performing as part of the Outlaw Music Festival Tour in 2023. The musician is also bringing the tour to Bridgeport's Hartford Healthcare Amphitheatre and FirstBank Amphitheater in Franklin, Tennessee, where he will be playing a different set every night.

    Apart from the tour, fans can look forward to Willie Nelson's newest album, "I Don't Know A Thing About Love," which is set to be released on March 3. The album will include classics, deep cuts, and music that influenced him.

    Additionally, Nelson is set to celebrate his 90th birthday on April 29, 2023, with two concerts at the Hollywood Bowl. The country music star is also a current nominee for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

    Nelson's Fourth of July Picnic, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2023, will be held at Austin's Q2 Stadium for the second year in a row. The lineup for the event includes Willie Nelson & Family, Tyler Childers, Dwight Yoakam, Shakey Graves, Shane Smith & the Saints, Sierra Ferrell, Asleep at the Wheel, and Particle Kid.

    For fans in Philadelphia, Willie Nelson is bringing his "2023 Outlaw Tour" to the city in August. He will also be performing in Pittsburgh on August 12th as part of the Outlaw Music Festival.

    Fans can also enjoy a vinyl tribute set dedicated to Willie Nelson on his 90th birthday, titled "Nothin' But Time - Willie Nelson 90th Birthday Bash."

    In Phoenix, fans can catch Willie Nelson in April alongside other top musicians like John Mayer, Ice Cube, and Rauw Alejandro. Meanwhile, in Texas, the musician will be performing with ZZ Top at a sold-out concert.

    Willie Nelson has helped to redefine country music's image and industry through the outlaw revolt of the 1970s. Fans can also find a record of all his concerts dating back to his first gig in 1962. For those interested in attending the Outlaw Music Festival Tour and getting presale code tickets, more information is available online.

    Willie Nelson History

    Willie Nelson is a well-known American country singer, songwriter, musician, actor, and activist. He was born on April 29, 1933, in Abbott, Texas, and started playing guitar at an early age. His love for music was fueled by his parents, who both sang and played guitar, and his grandparents, who were also musicians.

    In the 1950s, Willie Nelson moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music. He started writing songs for other artists, including Patsy Cline, who had a hit with his song "Crazy". However, he struggled to make a name for himself as a singer and had a few failed record deals.

    In the 1960s, he moved back to Texas and became a part of the outlaw country movement. He released his breakthrough album, "Red Headed Stranger," in 1975, which propelled him to stardom. The album included hit songs such as "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" and "Remember Me". He continued to release successful albums, including "Stardust," which became his best-selling album to date.

    Willie Nelson is known for his distinctive voice, guitar playing, and songwriting abilities. He has released over 70 albums and has won numerous awards, including 11 Grammy Awards. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1993.

    One of the things that sets Willie Nelson apart from other artists is his love for live concerts. He is known for his energetic and engaging performances, and his fans flock to his shows for the experience. Willie Nelson concerts are an event that fans eagerly anticipate, and tickets to his shows often sell out quickly.

    Over the years, Willie Nelson has performed at some of the most iconic venues in the world, including the Grand Ole Opry, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Glastonbury Festival. He has also headlined his own tours, including the Outlaw Music Festival, which features a rotating lineup of artists.

    Aside from his music, Willie Nelson is also known for his activism. He is a vocal supporter of the legalization of marijuana and has been involved in various environmental causes. He is also a co-founder of Farm Aid, an organization that aims to raise awareness about the importance of family farms.

    In recent years, Willie Nelson has continued to tour and perform, despite his age. He is in his late 80s but shows no signs of slowing down. His shows continue to draw big crowds, and his fans remain as devoted as ever.

    In conclusion, Willie Nelson is an American icon who has left an indelible mark on the country music scene. His love for live concerts has endeared him to fans all over the world, and his timeless music continues to inspire new generations of artists. If you have the opportunity to see Willie Nelson in concert, don't hesitate to get tickets. It's an experience you won't soon forget.

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