We are an independent show guide. Resale ticket prices may be above face value.

Why see Jackson Browne?

jackson browne On tour

A definitive voice of the sun-soaked, mellow Southern California vibe that emanated from Laurel Canyon and spread far beyond in the mid-60s and 70s, Jackson Browne had his first hit at 16 and never looked back! Don't miss Browne live on the road in 2023, bringing his legendary back catalog (and hottest new cuts) to a stage near you!

When his debut album came out in 1972, the world got to hear his exceptional talents. His moving, literate songs such as haunting 'These Days', and the mind-blowing ' Running on Empty' and 'Doctor My eyes' have become part of the pop culture map, inspiring the generation to come, along with peers Crosby Stills and Nash, Carole King and James Taylor.

He began his career at 16, playing legendary folk clubs, like the Troubador, before taking a trip to Greenwich Village, New York City where his raw talent was noticed and he became, at 17, a staff writer for Electra Records, where he wrote for artists such as Tim Buckley, Nico and The Velvet Underground. He was called "new face to look for" by Rolling Stone magazine, and soon after before released the sublime 'Jackson Browne' with Geffen Records and gaining national, and worldwide acclaim.

This year, you can catch Browne as he brings heads on tour across the US. With a changing setlist, this is a not-to-be-missed opportunity for Browne aficionados!

Key Information


Finished Oct 23, 2023


Customer reviews

38 reviews, average rating: (3.7 Stars)

Ted in Los Angeles, CA

Hall of Famer performs like it!

Unlike sports, musicians are only people you get to watch perform even after they enter the Hall of Fame. Got to share the great Jackson Browne with my 23 year old son. The night at the Greek was as great as seeing Jackson at the Troubadour in the 70's! Soulful music with lyrics that tells a story! What more can you ask? If you have a chance to go, DO IT! ... Read more

S Nogg

Running on Forever

Came to Vegas to see Jackson Browne and was not disappointed at all. His voice is still wonderful (how does he sing better in the higher range?) And his backup singers are A-mazing, as is his oh-so-talented band. His first songs were basically political and given the state of the world, he seemed burdened. (How could one not?) But the more he sang and with the love his fans displayed, he seemed to enjoy himself more and shine a bit brighter. By the end, he (and we) were soaring. He broke his set list a bit, and an usher told us he played a half hour longer than previous evenings (Thanks, Venetian). I saw him live when I was 19 and only again now, 50 years later. What perfect bookends. Thanks, Jackson, for being one of the composers to the soundtrack of my life!!! ... Read more

Danny G

No “on the Blvd.”

All in all very glad I had the opportunity to attend. Around 5 songs I related to that brought me back to our time in the ‘70’s starting with that girl could sing . Curious & slightly disappointed that “on the Blvd” wasn’t played since the lyrics match the location, setting the young ones up & so . Can’t always get want u want . Still grateful I went . ... Read more


"Broadway and Show news straight to your Inbox!"