Lyle Lovett Tickets
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium | Edmonton, AB
Singer-songwriter, record producer, and actor – there’s nothing Lyle Lovett can’t do! Moreover, the four-time Grammy-Award-winning music artist also happens to be a phenomenal performer! Come summertime, the incredible country music legend is heading way up north! Lovett’s massive outing involves over 40 shows across the U.S. and three coveted dates in Canada, including a stop in Edmonton! On Thursday, 20th July 2023, fans in Alberta can look forward to Lovett’s amazing timeless hits, fan favorites, and new songs as he lights up the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium! The show is guaranteed to bring countless staples from his career-spanning works, such as “If I Had a Boat,” “She’s No Lady,” “Head Over Heels,” “Cowboy Man,” and many more! This highly-anticipated show in Edmonton will showcase Lovett’s wide range of genres and influences, such as jazz, rock, blues, rockabilly, swing, and many more! If you want to experience the legend that is Lyle Lovett, you better hurry and score your tickets now before it’s too late!
Lyle Lovett is one of Texas’ hometown gems not just because he has had an incredible four-decade music career but also due to his phenomenal acting career and notable film and TV appearances. Lovett brought the state immense pride thanks to his outstanding contributions to music and even winning four Grammy Awards during the ‘90s. In 2012, he was inducted into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, a museum in Fort Worth that commemorates the achievements and works of men and women who supported rodeos and the Texas lifestyle.
His incredible career has resulted in 11 highly-acclaimed studio albums, six of which have earned gold status in the U.S. Lovett has also spawned several timeless hits, such as “Cowboy Man,” “She’s No Lady,” “If I Had a Boat,” and “Stand By Your Man.” He began his career as a solo performer with only a guitar and a microphone, but now, he has become a force in music. Lovett often tours with his Large Band. However, last year, he gave fans a taste of his scaled-down set with His Acoustic Group. This year, his massive out involves both bands, while some shows will feature Lovett as a solo act.
Lovett’s 43 years in music have also resulted in approximately five million albums sold. He has also earned numerous accolades, including 13 Grammy nominations and four Grammy wins. In 2010, he received an honorary degree for Doctor of Humane Letters from the University of Houston. Five years later, he received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from his university, Texas A&M University.
Besides music, Lovett has appeared in several renowned films and TV Series. His notable works include Breast Men, The New Guy, The Bridge, Blues Bloods, and Big Sky. Lovett also made cameos in Brothers and Sisters, Life in Pieces, Castle, Dharma, Greg, and Mad About You.
This 2023, Lyle Lovett is set to promote his latest album 12th of June. The much-awaited effort was his first studio release in ten years after his eleventh studio album, Release Me, which was dropped in 2012.
Catch Lyle Lovett this summer by scoring tickets to his Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium show. Tickets are now available!