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Legendary country music singer-songwriter and seven-time Grammy Award-winning artist Willie Nelson will perform live at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center on Saturday, April 5.

Just added to the PAC’s 2013-14 season, the special event “Willie Nelson and Family: Live In Concert” will take place at 8 p.m. The concert will help launch the PAC’s 10th anniversary season, which officially begins in September.

An icon of the genre, Willie Nelson is easily one of the most recognizable country artists of all time, having began his critically acclaimed career in the late 1950s and eventually reaching superstar status with the timeless popularity of songs including “To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before,” “On The Road Again,” “Always on My Mind” and “Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys.”

WillieNelson2014Despite a career that spans more than 50 years, Nelson continues to produce new music and perform for fans across the globe. In October 2013 Nelson released his latest studio album “To All the Girls…” featuring a series of duets with several renowned female country artists.

In addition, Wilson is scheduled to perform during the 56th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Jan. 26.

“We are very excited to present an artist of Willie Nelson’s iconic status and immense talent at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center,” said Evy Warshawski, PAC Executive Director. “As one of the most celebrated country artists of all time, I know that audiences will be talking about this evening for years to come.”

Tickets for this event “Willie Nelson and Family: Live in Concert” will go on sale at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, to all PAC named seat holders and Patrons of the Performing Arts Center (POPA) headliner level members.

2013-14 PAC series subscription ticket holders will be able to purchase tickets beginning at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 31.

Public ticket sales will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, with seating expected to sell out quickly.

Tickets range in price from $85 to $95, with all sales being conducted through the PAC box office.

For more information or to purchase tickets please visit www.canyonsPAC.com or call the PAC box office at (661) 362-5304.

 

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11 Comments

  1. Kelly Nave Shanele Stoll Nini Silverman. Anyone wanna go see Willie ?

  2. Omg yes yes yes! I love him! Let’s do it!

  3. I know right. Let’s check the dates and pick one TODAY.. I think tickets go on sale Feb. 4th.. 85-95-ish bucks. Let’s do this. Kelly Nave. Your in too right??

  4. Kelly Nave Kelly Nave says:

    Yes for sure!!!!

  5. Kelly Nave Kelly Nave says:

    When is it again

  6. Hey GRANDMA aka Michelle VanKirk Loucks. I think you are busy babysitting that night, aren’t you ??? hehehe

  7. Kel. I’ll check in a few. Hopping in the shower. Think it’s April 4th ???

  8. Kelly Nave oops forgot to tag ya

  9. Heck ya I will be the baby sitter yea!!!!!!

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