Three legendary names in American music will be taking the stage together in Michigan in 2024.

Country legend Willie Nelson has announced that his Outlaw Music Festival will return to Pine Knob Music Theatre in Clarkston on September 15, and he's bringing the renowned Bob Dylan and John Mellencamp along with him.

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The History of Willie Nelson's Outlaw Music Festival

The Outlaw Music Festival has become an annual tradition since beginning in 2016, pairing Nelson with a variety of the most iconic names in music - from country headliners Chris Stapleton, Eric Church and Luke Combs, to rockers such as ZZ Top and Neil Young, and alt-country stars Tyler Childers and Sturgill Simpson.

Photo via Kevin Winter, Getty Images
Photo via Kevin Winter, Getty Images

The 2024 iteration of the festival will be conducted in three legs, with Dylan joining Nelson and family on all dates, along with these additional performers:

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The Michigan date is part of the final leg of the Outlaw Music Festival in 2024. It is the second to last date on this year's tour, which will wrap up on September 17 in Buffalo, New York.

Fans interested in the September 15 show at Pine Knob can get more details here.

30 Pictures of a Young Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson began his music career in the late 1960's. He was not the regular country artist from Nashville, he was considered an outlaw. Take a look back to his early years, and see a young Willie Nelson that you might not have ever seen before.

Gallery Credit: Evan Paul

Bob Dylan Albums Ranked

Through ups and downs, and more comebacks than just about anyone in rock history, the singer-songwriter's catalog has something for just about everyone.

Gallery Credit: Michael Gallucci

John Mellencamp Albums Ranked

A pre-fab pop singer turned heartland rocker turned rootsy moralist, John Mellencamp has had almost as many career turns as names. 

Gallery Credit: Nick DeRiso