Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Lucero, Shakey Graves added to JJ’s Live lineup

(Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit / Courtesy)

It’s concert announcement season, and JJ’s Live has been busy since we last checked in.

In addition to previously announced artists such as Third Eye Blind, Dawes, The Wood Brothers, Umphree’s McGee, and others, the venue has added several more shows for this spring and early summer in the past few weeks including Houndmouth (March 31), Lucero (April 21), Shakey Graves (April 30), Moe. (May 2), and Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit (June 15).

Other new additions include a performance by The Dan Band (as seen in The Hangover and Old School) on March 30, several more dance party-type shows including a Bad Bunny Dance Party on May 5, and a Queens of Pop Dance Party May 26.

There are a few notable tribute shows as well, including Sublime tribute Badfish on April 12, and a Garth Brooks tribute called No Fences on May 19.

The full lineup of announced shows is below.

For more info or to purchase tickets, visit jjslive.com.

JJ’s Live 2023 Spring/Early Summer Lineup

March 24 – 84: A Tribute to Van Halen
March 30 – The Dan Band
March 31 – Houndmouth
April 1 – Bryce Vine
April 5 – Third Eye Blind
April 7 – Kiss Army
April 11 – Dawes
April 12 – Badfish (A tribute to Sublimbe)
April 15 – Judah & The Lion
April 18 – The Wood Brothers
April 21 – Lucero
April 19 – Umphrey’s McGee
April 30 — Shakey Graves
May 2 – Moe.
May 5 – Un Ano Contigo (Bad Bunny Dance Party)
May 6 – Dial Up
May 14 – Colton Dixon
May 19 – No Fences: Garth Brooks tribute
May 20 – Hippo Campus
May 26 — Queens of Pop Dance Party
June 15 – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit