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Jackson Browne’s Acoustic Summer

11:01 AM Tuesday 4/24/12 | |

Accompanied only by his guitar and piano, Jackson Browne will launch his summer acoustic tour in North Carolina.

  • Jackson Browne

    Marin Center, San Rafael, Calif.
    November 9, 2011

    (Steve Jennings)

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Browne’s acoustic performances are always a treat. Without a predetermined setlist, Brown pretty much follows his muse during these shows, delivering a unique show each evening.
Traveling with Brown on this tour will be Nickel Creek founding member Sara Watkins, whose second solo album, Sun Midnight Sun, drops May 8 on Nonesuch.

Browne’s latest acoustic journey begins in Charlotte, N.C., July 14 and wraps in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Aug. 15. Stops include Nashville, Philadelphia, New York City, Louisville and Indianapolis.

Here’s the routing:

July 14 – Charlotte, N.C., Belk Theater
July 15 – North Charleston, S.C., North Charleston Perf. Arts Center
July 17 – Greenville, S.C., Peace Center Amphitheatre
July 18 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium
July 20 – Richmond, Va., Carpenter Theatre At Richmond CenterStage
July 22 – Durham, N.C., Durham Performing Arts Center
July 23 – Vienna, Va., Filene Center At Wolf Trap
July 25 – Philadelphia, Pa., Academy Of Music
July 26 – Floyd, Va., FloydFest
July 29 – Newport, R.I., Newport Folk Fest
July 30 – Gilford, N.H., Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion
Aug. 1 – Holyoke, Mass., Mountain Park
Aug. 3 – New York City, N.Y., Beacon Theatre
Aug. 5 – West Long Branch, N.J., Monmouth University
Aug. 7 – Shippensburg, Pa., H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center
Aug. 9 – Williamsport, Pa., Community Arts Center
Aug. 11 – Cincinnati, Ohio, PNC Pavilion At Riverbend
Aug. 12 – Louisville, Ky., Whitney Hall
Aug. 14 – Indianapolis, Ind., Murat Theatre
Aug. 15 – Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Cain Park

Tickets for Charlotte, Richmond, Gilford, Holyoke, West Long Beach and Cleveland Heights go on sale May 4; Philadelphia May 5; Durham May 11; Greenville May 12; North Charleston, Nashville, New York City, Cincinnati and Louisville May 18. Ticket sales for Indianapolis will be announced shortly.

One dollar from each ticket sold will go to charity and premium benefit tickets are available through the Guacamole Fund.   For more information, including presales and VIP packages, visit JacksonBrowne.com.


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