Willie Nelson fans are in luck -- pun intended. They are invited to the singer's ranch in Luck, Texas, for his 2016 Luck Banquet, which takes place yearly during the annual SXSW festival.

The 2016 event will feature 20 acts across two stages, with Nelson headlining, as well as pop-up shops from local artisans and chefs, all on the grounds where the movie Red Headed Stranger was filmed. One of the stages will be situated in a revival-style tent next to the town's chapel (where the event kicks off), and the main stage will overlook Nelson's private "World Headquarters."

Performers will include a roster of country, rock, folk and soul artists, with each performer's contribution to "outlaw" music heavily considered. The full lineup will be announced at a later date.

"We believe that the best way to honor the true Americana story is by embracing the spirit of the movement and harboring a community that pushes boundaries -- celebrating the wild, gritty and ultimately beautiful work of artists we love," event founders Luck Productions state in a press release. "The support of Willie, and the opportunity to revive Luck as an artistic gathering place, is a gift."

The 2016 Luck Banquet is set for March 18, 2016; tickets and additional information are available on the event's official website.

Additionally, a separate Chef’s Pot Luck dinner is set for March 17, benefiting Wholesome Wave, an organization that makes fresh, locally grown food available for low-income families. The dinner, prepared by a lineup of all-star chefs, will be followed up by an intimate starlit performance by Nelson.

Country icon Nelson recently had the honor of singing "Imagine" at a concert in honor of what would have been John Lennon's 75th birthday. Chris Stapleton, Eric Church, Sheryl Crow and more were also on hand to perform at the festivities.

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