Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss at Jones Beach Theater

Outlaw Music Festival Tickets

Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater | Wantagh, New York

Outlaw Music Festival

This summer, the most thrilling line-up of legends is making its way to Wantagh, New York! The celebrated music extravaganza, Outlaw Music Festival brings its biggest and most groundbreaking billing ever – featuring the esteemed Willie Nelson and Family, Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize-winning singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, Robert Plant from the legendary rock band Led Zeppelin, and bluegrass icon Alison Krauss! Yes, it’s definitely a noteworthy list of names, and they’re all coming to the Jones Beach Theater! On Saturday, 29th June 2024, fans can look forward to outstanding sets packed with classic hits and fan favorites! These performers will surely wow the crowd with their amazing musicianship, incredible tightness, and many more surprises! The festival, which is now in its ninth year, has become a beloved American tradition, and its line-up of specially curated performers never fails to disappoint! Hurry and secure your tickets now before you miss out!

In 2016, Nelson jumpstarted this incredible music extravaganza. With a specially curated list of performers, the festival quickly grown to one of the most sought-after spectacles during the summer. Fans from far and wide would travel to see the country legend along with his high-profile friends. This 2024, Nelson brings his most illustrious pals to grace the stage! Meanwhile, support act Celisse will be
delivering something entirely different! The multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter happens to be a spokenwork sensation. See the rising star as she opens this phenomenal banger!

Willie Nelson and Family will be delivering career-spanning hits. The pioneer of outlaw music has released countless iconic country staples, including “Beers for My Horses,” “On the Road Again,” “Good Hearted Woman,” and many more. Nelson has had an incredible six-decade career and his remarkable work has made an enormous impact on the music industry. Moreover, he has also continued to relentlessly tour the country and beyond – at 90 years old, he still sounds fantastic! A prolific touring powerhouse, Nelson brings his trustee backup band to serve more shows for fans across the U.S. and beyond

Bob Dylan will also be performing career-spanning hits. The illustrious singer-songwriter is deemed one of the greatest artists of all time, and his contributions to music have made him both a cultural phenomenon and a beloved American icon. He’s a recipient of a Pulitzer Prize, a Nobel Prize for Literature, and ten Grammy Awards. Moreover, Dylan was also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Fans can look forward to hearing his unprecedented hits, including “Watching the River Flow,” “Every Grain of Sand,” “My Own Version of You,” and many more.

Lastly, Robert Plant is now performing country and folk staples with his music partner, Alison Krauss. The duo has been embarking on tours together to perform songs from their collaborative albums, Raising Sand and Raise the Roof. But fans can also expect a few Led Zeppelin covers.
When you have a country, folk, and rock extravaganza featuring three highly acclaimed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, you know you have yourself an out-of-this-world spectacle! Three music heroes sharing the stage in one single event is a sight to behold! And it all happens at the Outlaw Music Festival! When country music legend Willie Nelson announced that this year’s tour is bigger than ever, he wasn’t kidding! The show, which will conquer over 20 cities, is guaranteed to blow your minds with all the beloved classic hits!

Enjoy this top-tier music festival this summer by securing your tickets early! You don't see such a fantastic lineup as this every day! Catch Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Robert Plant, and Alisson Krauss at the Jones Beach Theater by clicking on the Get Tickets link now!

Outlaw Music Festival at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater

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