Willie Nelson comes to Northern California
The one and only tax-evading, pot-smoking, farm-aiding Willie Hugh Nelson will be in the house in August, as the legendary patriarch of all things country comes to Northern California, and he’ll be foot-stomping his way to Sacramento’s Community Center.
Rick Bartalini Presents announced earlier this month that the 80-year-old Willie Nelson will be making two stops in Northern California in the month of August, starting with Santa Cruz and then heading to Sacramento.
Not only is Willie Nelson an accomplished singer songwriter, but he’s also an accomplished author. His latest book “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die – Musings from the Road,” which is currently a New York Times bestselling non-fiction title, is a rollicking memoir with Willie musing about his greatest influences and the things that are most important to him. He riffs on everything: music, wives, Texas, politics, horses, religion, marijuana, children, the environment, poker, hogs, Nashville, karma, and more.
At 80 Nelson refuses to sit still, releasing yet another album, “Let’s Face the Music and Dance,” which is a collection of new studio performances by Willie Nelson and Family. With well over 200 albums to his credit and 60 years in the business, who wouldn’t want to see this legend perform live?
Tickets for Willie’s Santa Cruz show are available at http://www.rbpconcerts.com, http://www.santacruztickets.com, by phone at 831-420-5260, or in-person at the Box Office at 307 Church Street in Santa Cruz. Tickets prices are $95.00 and $75.00 (including service fees).
Tickets Willies Sacramento show are available at http://www.rbpconcerts.com/, http://www.tickets.com, by phone at 916-808-5181, or in-person at the Box Office at 1301 L Street in Sacramento. Tickets prices are $89.50, $69.50 and $49.50 (plus service charges).
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