Iron & Wine Tickets

Washington, DC - Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Experience the "Beast Epic" in 2019!

Southern folk rocker Iron and Wine is touring in support of his new Calexico collaboration Years to Burn, and he'll be performing that album — alongside classics like "Call Your Boys," "Lovesong of the Buzzard," and "Walking Far from Home" — live at Kennedy Center Concert Hall on April 30th, 2019!  A co-production with one of the most talented and genre-blending rock bands in America, Years to Brun is a fascinating mashup of American musical idioms, and draws as much from Calexico's Tex-Mex influences as it does from Iron & Wine's indie folk.  Tickets for this Iron and Wine Washington show are on sale now, but given his passionate fanbase and preference of smaller venues, there's no telling how long the best sets will last.
 
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So if you want to experience the music that has earned him comparisons to Neil Young, Nick Drake, Simon & Garfunkel, and Elliott Smith, you'd better not wait.  Check the info below to learn more about his performance near you, and score your Iron and Wine Washington Tickets from BigStub today!
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