Willie Nelson turns 90 next month, and his birthday summer will feature the Outlaw Music Festival. You will be able to see Willie Nelson and Family headline at Dos Equis Pavilion on Friday, June 30th 2023. All week June 19-26 at 7:45 AM and 5:30 PM, listeners who live in the Killeen-Temple, Texas area will be able to win tickets for the festival when you listen to US 105 at 8am.

What is the Outlaw Music Festival?

Over the years, the Outlaw Music Festival has featured incredible artists like ZZ Top, Chris Stapleton, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, his granddaughter Raelynn Nelson Band, and sons Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real, J. Micah Nelson, etc.

Throughout its history, each Outlaw Music Festival has featured an outlaw village, and food highlighting local cuisine. It truly is one of those experiences where you want to check out more than one stop. The support acts in the past have also changed frequently with each stop across the country.

KUSJ-FM logo
Get our free mobile app

Who will be performing?

For the upcoming stop at Dos Equis Pavilion, Willie Nelson and Family will be joined by another incredibly eclectic display of talent. The incredible band from Palestine, Texas Whiskey Myers will be direct support. The stage will also welcome Flatland Cavalry from Lubbock. Brittney Spencer joins via Maryland, and has gained an audience with her covers of The Highwomen. The last name listed on the lineup is of his son J. Micah's band Particle Kid.

Where do I get tickets?

Tickets are on sale, you can get your tickets now. Buy tickets at LiveNation.com. As always keep listening for your chance to win additional tickets.

5 Texas Spring Break Day Trip Destinations

5 places in Texas you can visit, and get home in the same day.

Aw Yeah! These Are the 10 Highest Texas Lottery Payouts in History

We all wish to win the lottery, but only a select amount of people win large sums of money. Which are the biggest?

The Former Albertson's Building in Temple Throughout The Years

It's time to take a look back at the former Albertson's building on West Adams Avenue in Temple - an eyesore for years that's about to get a major facelift.

More From KUSJ-FM