Jackson Browne just announced a 2023 tour. Here’s how to get tickets today

Even at 74, Jackson Browne isn’t “Running On Empty.”

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer just announced he’s taking off on a 24-concert tour that will send him to venues all over North America from June through August this year.

At all shows, he’ll be performing songs spanning the length of his legendary career meaning you’ll likely hear the hits like “Doctor My Eyes,” “Here Come Those Tears Again” and “The Pretender” live.

Plus, you may even get to see Browne bust out hits from his recent Grammy-nominated album “Downhill From Everywhere.”

Want to see Rolling Stone’s 37th greatest singer-songwriter live this year?

Here’s everything you need to know.

Jackson Browne 2023 tour schedule

Browne’s U.S. tour gets underway on June 3 at Columbus, OH’s Palace Theatre.

From there, the venerated vocalist will hit major cities like Pittsburgh (June 4), Omaha (June 13), Nashville (June 18), New Orleans (July 22) and Orlando (July 29).

The run wraps up in Clearwater, FL at the Ruth Eckerd Hall on Aug. 2.

A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues, show start times and links to buy tickets can be found here.

Jackson Browne set list

We all know Browne is going to bust out “Running On Empty” and “Doctor, My Eyes” but what else will he play?

Based on past shows, we have a pretty good idea.

Below, you’ll find a set list from a recent concert of Browne’s while touring in Japan.

01.) “Before the Deluge”

02.) “I’m Alive”

03.) “Never Stop”

04.) “The Crow on the Cradle” (Sydney Carter cover)

05.) “The Barricades of Heaven”

06.) “Fountain of Sorrow”

07.) “Rock Me on the Water”

08.) “Downhill From Everywhere”

09.) “Call It a Loan”

10.) “Linda Paloma”

11.) “Here Come Those Tears Again”

12.) “Until Justice Is Real”

13.) “The Dreamer”

14.) “The Long Way Around”

15.) “Sky Blue and Black”

16.) “Your Bright Baby Blues”

17.) “A Little Soon to Say”

18.) “Doctor My Eyes”

19.) “Late for the Sky”

20.) “The Pretender”

21.) “Running on Empty”


22.) “The Load-Out”

23.) “Stay” (Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs cover)

24.) “Take It Easy” (Eagles cover)

25.) “Our Lady of the Well”

A complete history of what Browne has played at live shows dating all the way back to 1967 can be found on Set List FM.

Classic rockers on tour in 2023

Many of the folksiest stars from rock’s heyday may be past retirement age but they’re not going anywhere soon.

Except for the road.

Here are just five of our favorite troubadours that made their name in the ’70s that you won’t want to miss this year.

• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

• James Taylor

• Dead and Company featuring John Mayer

• Stevie Nicks

• The Eagles

Want to see who else is doing their thing this year? Check out our list of the 22 biggest classic rock tours in 2023 here.

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