Willie Nelson East Troy WI Tickets
Among the pioneers of outlaw country genre, Willie Nelson has not just given a lot to the music industry but also back to the community. Its biggest example is the Farm Aid Festival which he inaugurated in 1985 along with other country music veterans, Neil Young and John Mellencamp. What started as a one-off event to financially support the farming families in the country, went on to become an annual extravaganza. East Troy has the honor of hosting the 34th Farm Aid Festival on September 21 at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre for the first time ever. Willie Nelson East Troy WI tickets sales have spurred and the event is yet again looking at a record attendance.
A Legendary Musical Extravaganza
Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp, performing under one roof is a dream come true for all country music fans. The trio has witnessed incredible success for their Farm Aid Festival and keeps returning every year with a bigger and better presentation. The Alpine Valley Music Theatre will roll out the red carpet for the stars on September 21, 2019, prompting huge demand for Willie Nelson East Troy WI tickets.
At 86, there’s no shortage of energy in Nelson. He was and is a dynamic performer, keeping the crowd on its feet with his back to back hit anthems. With guitar on his shoulder, he fires away outlaw country songs such as “Whiskey River” and “Hello Walls.” Supported by a five-piece band, Willie Nelson’s domineering acoustic guitar and sharp vocals set the tone for the night. Driven by improvisation and impromptu recitation for some tracks, he keeps the fans hooked.
In his six-decade long career, Nelson has cemented his place in the modern country music landscape. His eclectic collection of songs resonates with fans of all age groups. His impressive 69th album “Ride Me Back Home” hit the shelves in 2019 and reached top 20 on the Billboard 200. The song “Seven Year Itch” soars as a defiant and upbeat number, taking the listeners by storm. You can now enjoy it live at his upcoming performance at the Farm Aid Festival, along with his other arena staples.