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Willie Nelson to headline 2023 Outlaw Music Festival Tour: Get tickets now

A headlining tour and two-day 90th birthday extravaganza weren’t enough for Willie Nelson this year.So, per usual, he’s “On The Road Again.”Willie Nelson’s annual Outlaw Music Festival will hit amphitheaters, arts centers, pavilions, festivals and theaters all over the U.S. from June through August this summer.And, of course, he’s bringing along a cavalcade of stars along with him on select dates.Just a few of the big names set to join the Red Headed Stranger include Robert Plant with Alison Krauss, Margo Price, Nathaniel Rateliff, The Avett Brothers, John Fogerty and many more.Along the way, the traveling road show will stop into Bethel, NY’s Bethel Woods Center For The Arts on July 29, Darien, NY’s Darien Lake Amphitheater on July 30 and Holmdel, NJ’s PNC Bank Arts Center on Aug.

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107 biggest ‘80s concerts in 2023: Get tickets for Madonna, Guns N Roses
Madonna, Guns N’ Roses, Duran Duran, B-52s, Bruce Springsteen and many, many more.In fact, over 100 more.You wouldn’t believe it but A Flock of Seagulls, Rick Springfield, Slick Rick, Kenny G and Billy Idol are all performing live over the next few months as well.With that being said, it doesn’t matter if singling along to “Like A Virgin,” “Welcome to the Jungle” or “Born In The U.S.A.” sends you back — we’ve got ‘something for everyone.Below, you’ll find a comprehensive list of 107 rock, pop, hard rock, alternative rock, new wave, R&B, hip-hop, jazz, folk, country, punk and Latin concert options to choose from.Plus, if you scroll to the bottom we have the ultimate ’80s-tastic festival.So, if you want to re-live your Gen X glory days or catch your favorite group live for the first time, here’s who you have to see and everything you need to know about each and every tour from opening acts to tour dates to how to get tickets.Now, fire up the time machine (and grab your shoulder pads, leg warmers, and gold lamé leotards while you’re at it) — we’re going back to the ’80s.Runs March 2 through Dec. 10(co-headlining w/ Stevie Nicks on select dates as part of ‘Two Icons, One Night’ Tour)Runs March 10 through Nov. 10(co-headlining w/ Billy Joel on select dates as part of ‘Two Icons, One Night’ Tour)Runs March 10 through Nov. 10Runs April 16 through May 8Featuring Toto on select datesRuns March 1 through May 19Runs March 1 through April 8Runs March 1 through June 24Featuring John MayerRuns May 4 through July 16Runs April 27 through June 30Featuring Loverboy on select datesRuns March 24 through Sept. 30Runs March 30 through Sept. 3Featuring Iggy Pop, The Strokes, St. Vincent, Mars Volta, The Roots and moreRuns March 29 through July
89-year-old Willie Nelson is on tour. We found tickets to his 2023 shows
Willie Nelson was born in 1933 in Abbott, TX.90 years later, the Red Headed Stranger is winning Grammy Awards and touring all over the U.S.From Feb. 24 through April 30, Nelson will bring his signature brand of outlaw country he helped pioneer in the late 1960s to concert venues and festivals far and wide.The 12-concert run will come to a close on April 29-30 at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl where Willie will celebrate his 90th birthday with the help of Neil Young, Chris Stapleton, Snoop Dogg, Kacey Musgraves, The Chicks and many more.Best of all, tickets to see the oldest musician still on the road — sure, 91-year-old William Shatner may be doing shows but, to the best of our knowledge, he isn’t singing — are still available.In fact, some of them are fairly inexpensive considering you’ll get to see a living legend that’s released 73 (!) studio albums.At the time of publication, we found some tickets going for as low as $33 before fees on Vivid Seats.Not a bad price to see one of the most influential country artists of all time.So, if you want to catch Nelson on what may be his final tour, here’s everything you need to know.All prices are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available for each show can be found below.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
Martha Stewart gets huge tattoo of Snoop Dogg in Super Bowl commercial
Snoop Dogg as part of a new Sketchers advert at the Super Bowl.The apparently fake inking is seen in a brief moment in the promo for the shoe brand, as the TV personality showcases many scenarios where she slips into the shoes.At one point during the commercial, she is seen sitting in a chair and getting a tattoo of Snoop, Stewart declaring: “Ooh, that’s gangsta!”The rapper himself is also appearing as part of the campaign, and in a separate commercial, he is seen doing a host of activities in his Sketchers, including getting off a private jet and performing at a concert.At the end, he is seen sitting in the White House’s Oval Office with his feet on the table, as Stewart appears and asks him how he manages to do all these things, before she tells him off: “Get your feet off the desk!”This isn’t the first collaboration between the two celebrities, with the two launching TV show Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party in 2016, before appearing together in a T-Mobile Super Bowl advert in 2017.Stewart also wrote a foreword in Snoop’s 2018 book From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg’s Kitchen, and the rapper appeared as the first guest on Stewart’s podcast when it launched last summer.Speaking previously to Rolling Stone about their relationship, Snoop said: “I’ve never met anyone like Martha Stewart. When we come together, it’s a natural combination of love, peace and harmony.”Meanwhile, last month it was confirmed that Snoop will play Willie Nelson‘s 90th birthday party in April alongside the likes of Neil Young and Beck.