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Review: Willie Nelson Delivers Strong, Emotional Performance at Outlaw Music Festival Tour Show in Bethel, New York

Willie Nelson was back in the saddle again for the July 6 edition of the Outlaw Music Festival tour, which took place at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, New York. The country legend had missed the first eight performances of the trek due to illness, but Nelson was able to perform at his 4th of July Picnic event in Camden, New Jersey, before officially rejoining the tour two days later.
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival, and peaceful vibes were in the air on a balmy summer night on July 6. Nelson, backed by his Family band and his son Lukas, headlined the show. The event also included sets by Celisse, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, and Bob Dylan.

About Willie Nelson’s Performance

Nelson played a full 20-song set flanked by Lukas and the Family band member Waylon Payne, both of whom played guitar and sang on and off with Willie throughout the show.

The 91-year-old country legend seemed to be a bit out of breath at some points during the concert, but for the most part, his singing was strong, and he energetically played jazz-flavored riffs on his famous acoustic guitar “Trigger” on every song.

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