Jackson Browne to Embark on 24-Date Tour This Summer

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Jackson Browne announced he will be packing up his guitar and hitting the road for a U.S. tour this summer.

Browne, known as one of the greatest songwriters having written “These Days” and sharing credit with Glenn Frey for the Eagles classic “Take It Easy,” is currently on a six-city run throughout Japan and will then trek out to Australia for four shows, followed by three performances in New Zealand. He will make his return to the states for a summer tour on June 3 at the Palace Theatre in Ohio. Browne’s 24-date tour includes stops in Pittsburgh, Nashville, Austin and Orlando and will conclude at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater, Florida, on Aug. 2.

General tickets go on sale Friday, March 24, at 10 a.m. local time, and information about presales and VIP tickets can be found at jacksonbrowne.com.

Jackson Browne Summer Tour:
June 3 – Palace Theatre – Columbus, OH
June 4 – Benedum Center for the Performing Arts – Pittsburgh, PA
June 6 – Akron Civic Theatre – Akron, OH
June 7 – Stranahan Theater – Toledo, OH
June 9 – UIS Performing Arts Center – Springfield, IL
June 10 – The Louisville Palace Theatre – Louisville, KY
June 12 – MSU – Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts – Springfield, MO
June 13 – Orpheum Theater – Omaha, NE
June 15 – The Orpheum Theater – Madison, WI
June 16 – Victory Theatre – Evansville, IN
June 18 – Grand Ole Opry – Nashville, TN
June 19 – Brown County Music Center – Nashville, IN
July 14 – Abraham Chavez Theatre – El Paso, TX
July 15 – Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center – Midland, TX
July 18 – ACL Live at the Moody Theater – Austin, TX
July 19 – Texas Trust CU Theatre at Grand Prairie – Grand Prairie, TX
July 21 – Smart Financial Centre – Sugar Land, TX
July 22 – Saenger Theatre – New Orleans, LA
July 25 – Saenger Theatre – Mobile, AL
July 26 – Alabama Theatre – Birmingham, AL
July 28 – Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts | Moran Theater – Jacksonville, FL
July 29 – Walt Disney Theater – Orlando, FL
Aug. 1 – Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center for the Perf. Arts – Fort Lauderdale, FL
Aug. 2 – Ruth Eckerd Hall – Clearwater, FL