Luck Reunion Announces Lineup for 10th Anniversary Return

Daylong fest to feature Willie, Chuck Prophet, Lucero, Weyes Blood

Willie Nelson and friends at the Luck Reunion in 2018 (Photo by Gary Miller)

Over the past decade, the Luck Reunion out at Willie Nelson’s Spicewood ranch has become a flagship event during the week of SXSW. This morning, they released their 2022 lineup for the Reunion, celebrating their tenth anniversary and first IRL gathering in two years on Thursday, March 17.

With the past two years COVID canceled, the Luck Presents crew found footing in producing online streams like 2020’s “‘Til Further Notice,” a virtual turn for Willie’s Fourth of July Picnic, and last year’s 4/20 “Come and Toke It” conference and festival. But the unique daylong fest, perennially capped by Willie and the Family Band, still remains one of the best Americana events around, and a launching pad for emerging artists.

Among the notable artists joining Willie and the Family this year are Chuck Prophet, Lucero, and Weyes Blood delivering a solo set. Allison Russell will offer up her acclaimed 2021 LP Outside Child, along with Adia Victoria rising with last year’s A Southern Gothic. And Japanese Breakfast and Black Lips bring some indie rock and pop to the party. Notable locals include Charley Crockett, Jonathan Terrell, and cosmic cowboy pioneers The Lost Gonzo Band with Michael Martin Murphey.

You can check out the full lineup below, and follow Luck Reunion across their social channels for chances at tickets. With any Luck, there will likely be some surprises in store as well.

Luck Presents is also expanding the week’s events with special Friday and Saturday shows that same week. Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit take over the town on Friday, and Shakey Graves & Friends shoot out Saturday night. They’ll also have their annual Pot Luck on preceding Wednesday, with an all-star chef lineup announced last month.

2022 Luck Reunion Lineup

49 Winchester
Abby Hamilton
Abraham Alexander
Adia Victoria
Allison Russell
Bendigo Fletcher
Black Lips
BMI Songwriters Circle feat. Jackie Venson, Suzanne Santo & Aaron Raitiere
Charley Crockett
Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express
Danielle Ponder
David Beck’s Tejano Weekend
Delta Spirit
Ida Mae
Japanese Breakfast
Jim Francis
Jim Keller
Jonathan Terrell
Leslie Mendelson
Lily Meola
Lost Gonzo Band with Michael Martin Murphey
Neal Francis
Night Moves
Particle Kid
Ryan Quiet
S.G. Goodman
Steve Gunn (full band)
Sunflower Bean
Tami Neilson
Trè Burt (solo)
Weyes Blood (solo)
Willie Nelson & Family

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