Jackson Browne announces 2018 Midwest tour

Jackson Browne has announced that he will tour the Midwest with his full band in June 2018. The tour kicks off June 5th in Cincinnati and includes stops in Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Kansas City and St. Louis. Advance tickets are available beginning Wednesday, February 14th at 10 am local time, with general tickets available beginning February 15th. Ticket sale information is available at jacksonbrowne.com.

Accompanying Jackson on the road in the Midwest are band mates Bob Glaub (bass), Mauricio Lewak (drums), Shane Fontayne (guitar), Alethea Mills (vocals), Chavonne Stewart (vocals), Jeff Young (keyboards), and the acclaimed multi-instrumentalist Greg Leisz (guitar, lap steel, pedal steel).

Before embarking the Midwestern run of dates, Brown and his band will go Down Under and play nearly a dozen shows in Australia. Adelaide, Margaret River, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane are on the bill starting with a pair of shows in Sydney on March 19th and 20th.

Tour Dates:

March 19 – State Theatre Sydney
March 20 – State Theatre Sydney
March 22 – AEC Theatre Adelaide
March 24 – Leeuwin Estate Margaret River
March 28 – Canberra Theatre Canberra
March 29 – Palais Theatre Melbourne
March 31 – Bluesfest Byron Bay
April 1 – QPAC Concert Hall Brisbane
June 5 – Cincinnati, OH – PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center
June 8 – Sterling Heights, MI – Michigan Lottery Amp. at Freedom Hill
June 9 – Northfield Park, OH – Hard Rock Rocksino
June 11 – Indianapolis, IN – Murat Theatre
June 12 – Louisville, KY – The Kentucky Center – Whitney Hall
June 16 – Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theatre
June 18 – Bayfield, WI – Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua
June 19 – Minneapolis, MN – State Theatre
June 21 – Des Moines, IA – Civic Center
June 22 – Lincoln, NE – Pinewood Bowl Theater
June 24 – Kansas City, MO – Kansas City Music Hall
June 25 – St Louis, MO – Peabody Opera House


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