WILLIE NELSON HOSTS FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC

Willie Nelson really knows how to throw a party!

After being on hiatus since 2000, Willie's Fourth of July picnic is back – 30 years after hosting the first one.

This time, he's cranked it up a notch – turning it into a two-day event at the Two River Canyon Amphitheatre in Spicewood, Texas.

Pat Green, The Dead and Toby Keith will be on hand for the 4th, and it is probable that Willie and Toby will hook up together for a rendition of "Beer For My Horses," and Toby will belt out his anthem "Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue," since he never got to perform it on last year's July 4 televised special on ABC.

On the 5th, the party keeps going with Neil Young & Crazy Horse and Billy Bob Thornton.

Happy Independence Day, America!

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