With his first new studio album in six years set for a September 2008 release, Jackson Browne has booked a world tour that starts...

With his first new studio album in six years set for a September 2008 release, Jackson Browne has booked a world tour that starts out in the US, followed by dates in Japan, Australia and Europe, before returning to the States for a summer leg. The summer 2009 itinerary has not been published yet.

Touring behind his new album, “Time The Conqueror,” the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer’s Time The Conqueror World Tour kicks off on September 15 in Washington, DC, and finishes up on November 3 in Phoenix, AZ.

Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning August 8. Special, limited benefit tickets supporting the Guacamole Fund are now available online for select shows only. Seats are located in the center sections of the fourth and fifth rows.

Well-known for his political and social activism, Browne received the Chapin-World Hunger Year Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award in 2007. In 2002, he was the fourth recipient of the John Steinbeck Award, given to artists whose works exemplify the environmental and social values that were essential to the great California-born author.


Last year, Browne was inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame. In 2004, he was named an honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, for “a remarkable musical career that has successfully combined an intensely personal artistry with a broader vision of social justice.”

Over the course of his career, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer has released more than one dozen studio albums. However, his best-selling album to date, “Running On Empty,” was recorded entirely on the road — both in concert and in hotel rooms.

Jackson Browne intinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

September 15Washington, DCWarner Theatre
September 16Boston, MAOrpheum Theatre
September 18Upper Darby, PATower Theatre
September 20New York, NYThe United Palace
September 27Oakland, CAParamount Theatre/Seva Foundation’s 30th Anniversary
September 29Seattle, WAMarion Oliver McCaw Hall
September 30Portland, ORArlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
October 2Los Angeles, CARoyce Hall/McCabe’s 50th Anniversary
October 16Minneapolis, MNOrpheum Theatre
October 17Kansas City, MOAmeristar Casino
October 19Saint Louis, MOFox Theatre
October 27Atlanta, GAThe Tabernacle
October 29Grand Prairie, TXNokia Theatre
October 30Tulsa, OKBrady Theatre
November 1Denver, COTemple Hoyne Buell Theatre
November 3Phoenix, AZDodge Theatre
November 20 Osaka, JAPGeijutsu Hall
November 22Tokyo, JAPHitomi Memorial Hall
November 24Tokyo, JAPKoseinenkin Kaikan
February 27Brisbane, AUSRiverstage
February 28 Hunter Valley, AUSLindeman’s Winery
March 2Sydney, AUSState Theatre
March 5Melbourne, AUSPalais Theatre
March 7Melbourne, AUSSutton Grange Winery
March 8Melbourne, AUSYarra Valley Winery
March 10Townsville, AUSEntertainment Centre
March 11Cairns, AUSConvention Center
March 14Perth, AUSKings Park
March 15Adelaide, AUSFestival Theatre
March 21Belfast, IREUlster Hall
March 23-24Dublin, IREOlympia
March 27Sheffield, ENGCity Hall
March 28Liverpool, ENGLiverpool Philharmonic
March 30-31 Manchester, ENGApollo
April 2Glasgow, SCORoyal Concert Hall
April 3Edinburgh, SCOFestival Hall
April 5-6Gateshead, ENGThe Sage
April 8-9Birmingham, ENGSymphony Hall
April 11Bristol, ENGColston Hall
April 12London, ENGRoyal Albert Hall

Last Updated on August 7, 2008 by By Jane Cohen & Bob Grossweiner