John Oates, Tyler Childers, Zella Day Top Willie Nelson’s Luck Reunion Lineup

Single-day fest returns to Willie’s ranch March 14

The 2024 lineup for Willie Nelson’s Luck Reunion just dropped. John Oates, Tyler Childers, Zella Day, Toadies, and Madi Diaz are among the artists headed to the artist’s Spicewood ranch on March 14.

Continuing to blur the line between country, folk, and alternative music, this year’s Luck will also include performances by Phoebe Bridgers protege Claud, Chicago indie rockers Friko, twangy trio Rainbow Girls, and a joint set between folk and pop acts Dawes and Lucius. Producer Walker Lukens will also bring his 2023 Texas Wild compilation album to the festival with support from the Texas Gentlemen and other “very special guests.”

Elsewhere on the bill, Oh Boy Records presents a “Road to Luck Reunion” featuring Tré Burt, Arlo McKinley, Emily Scott Robinson, Mick Flannery, and Swamp Dogg, while the BMI Songwriters Circle includes Kade Hoffman, Harper O’Neill, and Tyler Halverson. A partnership with Southwest Airlines presents Lou Hazel, Victoria Bigelow, and Jobi Riccio.

As per usual, fans can win tickets to Luck Reunion through online drawings sent out to their email list. Additionally, on Sat., Feb. 17, folks can try their hand at purchasing tickets at the YETI store on 220 S. Congress, where Walker Lukens will perform a free set.

The night before the festivities, Willie Nelson & Family, Jason Boland, and Jon Muq will perform at Potluck, a dinner benefiting the Luck Family Foundation’s support of FarmAid, Wholesome Wave, and Texas Food and Wine Alliance. The feast includes contributions from the chefs behind local restaurants Nixta Taqueria, Olamaie, and Little Ola’s Biscuits, among others. Tickets go on sale Monday, Feb. 19 at 12pm.

Keep scrolling to see the full 2024 Luck Reunion lineup.

BMI Songwriters Circle featuring: Kade Hofferman, Harper O’Neill & Tyler Halverson
Claud
Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country
Dawes / Lucius
Durand Jones
Dylan LeBlanc
Evangeline
Folk Uke
FRIKO
Jobi Riccio
John Oates
Lambrini Girls
Lukas Nelson
Lou Hazel
Madi Diaz
Nick Shoulders
Ogi
Oh Boy Records “Road To Luck Reunion”:
Tre Burt, Emily Scott Robinson, Kelsey Waldon, Mick Flannery, Arlo McKinley & Swamp Dogg
Old Crow Medicine Show
Particle Kid
Proxima Parada
Rainbow Girls
Red Clay Strays
Rett Madison
Tami Neilson
Texas Wild: Walker Lukens & Texas Gents
Theo Lawrence
Toadies
Tyler Childers
Victoria Bigelow
Willie Nelson & Family
Zella Day & Chaparelle

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