For unspecified reasons, Willie Nelson was recently forced to cancel a string of planned late spring performances this month. But the country music outlaw...

For unspecified reasons, Willie Nelson was recently forced to cancel a string of planned late spring performances this month. But the country music outlaw will resume his road dog ways soon enough, with a full slate of North American concerts booked from July through October.

His new performance calendar opens with a July 4 show at The Backyard in Austin, TX, and continues through an October 12 event at Northern Lights Casino in Milwaukee, WI.

Stops include August 1 at the Mayo Center for the Performing Arts in Morristown, NJ; August 13 at the House of Blues in Boston, MA; September 5 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO; and September 24 at Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.

Tickets to some concert dates are already available, while other markets are still awaiting the start of public onsales. More ticketing and onsale details are listed on Nelson’s official Web site.

Nelson’s planned October concert dates are rescheduled from late March, when the music icon was forced to postpone a week of performances due to “unanticipated scheduling conflicts,” according to a press statement.

The reason behind Nelson’s most recent batch of cancellations is less clear. The musician’s camp has only noted the affected concert dates and whether they’re cancelled or waiting to be rescheduled.

Louisiana-based venue L’Auberge du Lac released a press statement that said, “Unfortunately, Mr. Nelson tore a rotator cuff in his shoulder and he is currently being treated by a doctor.” Nelson had been scheduled to play a May 14-15 stand there.

But the regional Mississippi publication Daily Corinthian stated that a May 13 show at Crossroads Arena was cancelled after Nelson’s “longtime friend and drummer [Paul English] had a stroke” at the end of April.

Willie Nelson itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

July 4Austin, TXTim’s Porch at The Backyard
July 18Akron, OHAkron Civic Theatre
July 20Reading, PASovereign Performing Arts Center
July 21Trenton, NJPatriots Theater at War Memorial
July 23Portsmouth, VAnTelos Wireless Pavilion
July 24Charlottesville, VACharlottesville Pavilion
July 25Baltimore, MDPier Six Pavilion
July 26Shippensburg, PAH. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center
July 28New York, NYRadio City Music Hall
July 29Canandaigua, NYCMAC
July 30Mashantucket, CTMGM Grand at Foxwoods
July 31Danbury, CTIves Concert Park
August 1Morristown, NJCommunity Theatre at Mayo Center
August 3Vienna, VAFilene Center at Wolf Trap
August 4Red Bank, NJCount Basie Theatre
August 5Williamsport, PACommunity Arts Center
August 6Atlantic City, NJCaesars Circus Maximus Theatre
August 8Holyoke, MAMountain Park
August 11Portland, MEMerrill Auditorium at City Hall
August 12Hyannis, MACape Cod Melody Tent
August 13Boston, MAHouse of Blues
August 14Washington, PAMeadows Casino
August 15Salamanca, NYEvent Center at Seneca Allegany Casino
September 3Big Sky, MTMeadow Village Pavilion
September 4Jackson, WYSnow King Center
September 5Morrison, CORed Rocks Amphitheatre
September 7Boise, IDIdaho Botanical Garden
September 8Reno, NVKnitting Factory Concert House
September 10Salt Lake City, UTRed Butte Garden
September 11Las Vegas, NVCannery Casino Hotel
September 12Murphys, CAIronstone Vineyards
September 13Livermore, CAThe Concerts at Wente Vineyards
September 14Hanford, CAFox Theatre
September 16Puyallup, WAPuyallup Fair
September 17Bend, ORLes Schwab Amphitheater
September 18Troutdale, ORMcMenamin’s Historic Edgefield Manor
September 19Eugene, ORCuthbert Amphitheater
September 20Santa Cruz, CAThe Catalyst
September 22Saratoga, CAThe Mountain Winery
September 23Santa Barbara, CASanta Barbara Bowl
September 24Los Angeles, CAGreek Theatre
September 26Valley Center, CAHarrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort
October 5Joliet, ILRialto Square Theatre
October 6Wausau, WIArtsBlock: Grand Theater
October 8 – 9Prior Lake, MNMystic Lake Casino
October 10Clive, IA7 Flags Event Center
October 12Milwaukee, WINorthern Lights Theater