Hank Williams Jr. Concert Tickets
Grab your Hank Williams Jr. tickets and hear his rambunctious and distinctive sound live. Williams’ musical style is a mix of country, blues and southern rock. The country music star’s room-shaking voice is identifiable as his father’s, but the star has forged his own path.
Hank Williams Jr.’s father country legend Hank Williams died when his son was only three years old. Raised in Nashville, Williams played his first show at the age of eight. Williams knew he wanted to grow up to be a musician like his dad, but struggled to live in his dad’s shadow through his late 20s. Songs My Father Left Me was Hank Williams Jr.’s first chart-topping album.
Fans lovingly refer to him as Bocephus, a nickname his father gave him. Williams worked to break the mold of his father and find his own sound and success to elevate the legacy of his dad. His album Born to Boogie was a platinum seller and won CMA’s album of the year. From 1989 through 2011, and since 2017, Williams has had a deal with Monday Night Football where his song “All My Rowdy Friends Are Friends Are Coming Over Tonight” is used to open up broadcasts.
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Meet and greet tickets to shake the legend’s hand will be more expensive than other options. Ticket prices for Hank Williams Jr. depend on the venue, city and seating selection. Use the interactive seating chart to search for Hank William Jr. tickets that fit your budget. Whether you are looking for cheap tickets or floor seats, TicketSmarter has you covered.
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Depending on your city, the average ticket price could range from $75 to over $150. To get the best Hank Williams Jr. tickets, purchase in advance to secure your seat. Whether you want to see him at Stagecoach Country Music Festival or at the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie, TicketSmarter can help you find seats in your budget.
Hank Williams Jr. Tour Dates & Concert Schedule
Hank Williams Jr. has performed with country legends like Johnny Cash in the past, but in more recent decades Williams has shared the stage with Kid Rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd. From outdoor fairs like the Missouri State Fairgrounds to large venues like the Bridgestone Arena, years of touring have led Williams all over the country. No matter the venue, Williams performing for almost his whole life has turned him into a seasoned performer guaranteed to put on an unforgettable show.
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You don’t need a presale code to secure your tickets to see the Blues Man. See Hank Williams Jr. perform his greatest hits from his early years to his newest releases and look into the available ticket options.
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Songs from the Hank Williams Jr. Tour Setlist
Hank Williams Jr.'s setlist while performing
, WA at “White River Amphitheatre”
included the following songs:
- Are You Ready for the Country?
- O.D.'d in Denver
- Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound
- Move It On Over / Mind Your Own Business
- The Conversation
- Just Call Me Hank
- Georgia Women
- All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight / I Like Girls
- On the Hunt / Gimmie Three Steps / Waitin' for the Bus
- Your Cheatin' Heart
- Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
- Outlaw Women / Dinosaur
- There's a Tear in My Beer
- All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down / I Walk the Line
- A Country Boy Can Survive
- Born to Boogie
- Rich White Honky Blues
- Family Tradition / Hey Good Lookin' / If You Don't Like Hank Williams