Willie Nelson will revive his annual Luck Reunion on March 16, 2017, and he's bringing a few (okay, quite a few) famous friends to his Luck, Texas, ranch for the event. Set to be held during SXSW 2017, the 2017 Luck Reunion will feature performances from more than 40 artists, including Margo Price, Brent Cobb and Aaron Lee Tasjan.

Centered around a headlining set from the Red Headed Stranger himself, the 2017 Luck Reunion will feature an eclectic lineup of country and Americana artists performing on three stages on Nelson's Luck-area ranch. Thus far, the 2017 Luck Reunion is scheduled to include Price, Cobb and Tasjan, along with Parker Millsap, Big Thief, Lillie Mae, Andrew Combs, Wild Reeds, Valley Queen, Paul Thorn featuring the McCrary Sisters, Frankie Lee, Bee Caves, Devon Gilfillian, Indianola, the National Reserve and Red Shahan ... just to name a few. More performers will be announced in the weeks leading up to the event as well.

Luck is located just an hour outside of Austin, and the fifth annual Luck Reunion will serve as a reprieve for fans who are looking to escape the chaos of SXSW but still enjoy some of the best artists country music has to offer. The annual "boutique music festival" will also celebrate Texas cuisine and arts, offering artisan pop-up shops, some of the best food trucks in Austin and several specialty bars for guests to browse in between sets.

"This year is a milestone for Luck Reunion in many ways," says the Luck Productions team in a press release. "2016 showed us that you can never really know what's going to happen, from a lightning storm that brought the Luck family closer and produced an unforgettable jam to the beginning of our expansion beyond the flagship Reunion with new Luck events outside Texas. At the end of the day, Luck will always be our home, and we could not be happier to be back to celebrate the fifth year of amazing music in this incredible location."

Tickets for the 2017 Luck Reunion are on sale now. Additional information is available on the event’s official website.

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