Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Music Festival Returns to New Hampshire Friday
The great Willie Nelson is returning to New Hampshire this week, and he's bringing along a stacked line-up.
It's a summer tradition. Willie Nelson will make a return to New Hampshire with his Outlaw Music Festival. The show at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion is Friday, August 12. ZZ Top, Charley Crockett, and War & Treaty are on the bill. Tickets are still available.
A big rising star in the country music world will be along for the show as well. Highway boys assemble - Zach Bryan was added to the line-up back in May. Zach released his massive 34-track record American Heartbreak back on May 20. The sound of the record remains true to Bryan's sonic roots, which was recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York. More music was dropped back in July, when Bryan surprised fans with a new EP. The Summertime Blues EP was loaded with nine new songs. The kid is a song writing machine.
The Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion has been getting the word out to concert goers that they will need to allow for traffic delays when traveling to a show. The Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion says, "Please be aware that this is a destination venue in a resort community. Please plan ahead and arrive as early as possible to avoid hitting major delays with traffic and parking. The time parking lots open for your upcoming show is in the green boxes below. Please note yours and arrive as close to that time as possible. If you wait until an hour or so before the show is scheduled to start, you will miss part of the show!"
More road trip-worthy shows at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion include a tour stop from Darius Rucker, Sam Hunt, and Jon Pardi.