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Neil Young Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Time Fades Away
$14.49
Noise and Flowers
$14.97
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 1971
$16.95
Royce Hall 1971
$18.88
Citizen Kane Jr. Blues 1974 Live at T...
$13.15
Young Shakespeare Deluxe
$38.93
Homegrown
$14.99
Neil Young Archives Vol. II 1972 - 1976
$102.67
The Times
$9.98
Harvest
$24.99
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Neil Young's tour

Live Photos of Neil Young

Neil Young at Ridgefield, WA in RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater 2023
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Fan Reviews

Philip
July 24th 2023
Given that the concert had to stop by 10 pm due to local ordinances, Neil should have come on earlier. I felt that the show was too short.
Napa, CA@
Oxbow RiverStage
Joshua
July 22nd 2023
It’s Neil Young. You’ve got a love, Neil Young’s heart and worldview. That screechy voice of his just reaches right into your soul and grabs you. The signature amount of sloppiness in the way, he plays his chords and harmonica adds so much character and depth to his music. This gets four stars for me because I didn’t know Neil Young was a traveling without a band. He was a solo act the whole night and played virtually no rock ‘n’ roll. This was a very sentimental and reflective concert sticking close to themes of love and loss and change. I love how he told stories of how he got the instruments that he was playing. Most of them were very old and reclaimed. This felt something like a farewell tour, but it may not be.
Auburn, WA@
White River Amphitheatre
Jack
July 19th 2023
First time at this venue. It’s large and has a wide open layout and a variety of viewpoint options. Glad we purchased reserved seats but lack of incline/decline contributed to difficulty seeing and hearing with large immobile patrons seated in front of us. Staff were very friendly and helpful directing us to various vendors and walkways. Checkin was easy as was prepaid parking. Neil was as always a talented and versatile performer with his personality and gentle manner.
Ridgefield, WA@
RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater
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About Neil Young

Neil Young was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on November 12, 1945. He is a singer-songwriter with a long and extensive musical career. He has become one of the most respected and influential musicians of his generation.

Neil started his professional music career in the mid-1960's with a number of bands in Canada, notably the Mynah Birds, which also included fellow future Buffalo Springfield bassist Bruce Palmer and future funk star Rick James. When the Mynah Birds broke up, Young and Palmer headed to California to meet Stephen Stills, whom he had met in Winnipeg, and the result was Buffalo Springfield. That band split up after three albums, and Neil soon started his solo career with the release of Neil Young November 12, 1968. The album did not do very well commercially, but included several strong tracks, including The Loner, said to be a portrait of Stephen Stills. On May 14, 1969 he recruited Crazy Horse and made the critically acclaimed Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere. This was a much more consistent album, the first to introduce longstanding collaborators Crazy Horse, and built around the balanced interplay between the guitars of Young, and the talented Danny Whitten. The album also featured two lengthy classics, Down by the River and Cowgirl in the Sand, but it was Harvest in 1972 that would make Neil Young into a well-known star with his first solo hit "Heart of Gold".

During this time he also enjoyed considerable success as a quarter of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.

Neil's subsequent work has zig-zagged across genres - dabbling in country rock on Old Ways; electronics on Trans; hooking up with the Shocking Pinks in a homage to old-time Rock 'n' Roll on Everybody's Rockin'; creating a wall of feedback on the live Arc-Weld; and cementing his status as Godfather of grunge when collaborating with Pearl Jam on Mirrorball.

His idiosyncratic approach to genre even led to him being sued by his record company (Geffen) in the 80's for making "uncharacteristic" music.

Young has also dabbled in film, most recently on the album/concert series/dvd Greendale.

60 years and still going strong the very special and often strange Neil Young keeps on making music. His latest release is Living With War, a rock protest against George W. Bush and the war in Iraq.

The film Canadian Bacon includes the line "Canadians are always trying to figure out a lot of ways to ruin our lives. The metric system, for the love of God! Celsius! Neil Young!"
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Genres:
Folk, Rock, Songwriter, Classic Rock, Singer

Live Photos of Neil Young

Neil Young at Ridgefield, WA in RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater 2023
View All Photos

Neil Young merchamazonview store

Time Fades Away
$14.49
Noise and Flowers
$14.97
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 1971
$16.95
Royce Hall 1971
$18.88
Citizen Kane Jr. Blues 1974 Live at T...
$13.15
Young Shakespeare Deluxe
$38.93
Homegrown
$14.99
Neil Young Archives Vol. II 1972 - 1976
$102.67
The Times
$9.98
Harvest
$24.99
View All
Neil Young's tour

Fan Reviews

Philip
July 24th 2023
Given that the concert had to stop by 10 pm due to local ordinances, Neil should have come on earlier. I felt that the show was too short.
Napa, CA@
Oxbow RiverStage
Joshua
July 22nd 2023
It’s Neil Young. You’ve got a love, Neil Young’s heart and worldview. That screechy voice of his just reaches right into your soul and grabs you. The signature amount of sloppiness in the way, he plays his chords and harmonica adds so much character and depth to his music. This gets four stars for me because I didn’t know Neil Young was a traveling without a band. He was a solo act the whole night and played virtually no rock ‘n’ roll. This was a very sentimental and reflective concert sticking close to themes of love and loss and change. I love how he told stories of how he got the instruments that he was playing. Most of them were very old and reclaimed. This felt something like a farewell tour, but it may not be.
Auburn, WA@
White River Amphitheatre
Jack
July 19th 2023
First time at this venue. It’s large and has a wide open layout and a variety of viewpoint options. Glad we purchased reserved seats but lack of incline/decline contributed to difficulty seeing and hearing with large immobile patrons seated in front of us. Staff were very friendly and helpful directing us to various vendors and walkways. Checkin was easy as was prepaid parking. Neil was as always a talented and versatile performer with his personality and gentle manner.
Ridgefield, WA@
RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater
View More Fan Reviews

About Neil Young

Neil Young was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on November 12, 1945. He is a singer-songwriter with a long and extensive musical career. He has become one of the most respected and influential musicians of his generation.

Neil started his professional music career in the mid-1960's with a number of bands in Canada, notably the Mynah Birds, which also included fellow future Buffalo Springfield bassist Bruce Palmer and future funk star Rick James. When the Mynah Birds broke up, Young and Palmer headed to California to meet Stephen Stills, whom he had met in Winnipeg, and the result was Buffalo Springfield. That band split up after three albums, and Neil soon started his solo career with the release of Neil Young November 12, 1968. The album did not do very well commercially, but included several strong tracks, including The Loner, said to be a portrait of Stephen Stills. On May 14, 1969 he recruited Crazy Horse and made the critically acclaimed Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere. This was a much more consistent album, the first to introduce longstanding collaborators Crazy Horse, and built around the balanced interplay between the guitars of Young, and the talented Danny Whitten. The album also featured two lengthy classics, Down by the River and Cowgirl in the Sand, but it was Harvest in 1972 that would make Neil Young into a well-known star with his first solo hit "Heart of Gold".

During this time he also enjoyed considerable success as a quarter of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.

Neil's subsequent work has zig-zagged across genres - dabbling in country rock on Old Ways; electronics on Trans; hooking up with the Shocking Pinks in a homage to old-time Rock 'n' Roll on Everybody's Rockin'; creating a wall of feedback on the live Arc-Weld; and cementing his status as Godfather of grunge when collaborating with Pearl Jam on Mirrorball.

His idiosyncratic approach to genre even led to him being sued by his record company (Geffen) in the 80's for making "uncharacteristic" music.

Young has also dabbled in film, most recently on the album/concert series/dvd Greendale.

60 years and still going strong the very special and often strange Neil Young keeps on making music. His latest release is Living With War, a rock protest against George W. Bush and the war in Iraq.

The film Canadian Bacon includes the line "Canadians are always trying to figure out a lot of ways to ruin our lives. The metric system, for the love of God! Celsius! Neil Young!"
Show More
Genres:
Folk, Rock, Songwriter, Classic Rock, Singer

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