Tickets for the July 3 show are on sale now through Young’s Archives club


Neil Young is headed to Detroit’s Fox Theatre.

Young announced the July 3 show on Wednesday via his Archives page. It’s part of a four-city, six-show acoustic tour he’s mounting in his “favorite cities,” he writes.

“The Motor City, where I first recorded with the Mynah Birds on Motown in 1965, where I appeared in a Hootenanny at the Chessmate Club on Livernois and wrote songs in the White Castle across the street; where I played the Masonic Hall with CSNY’s first tour, and where I have so many great friends at Ford,” Young writes. “I’m still trying to get High-Resolution music into cars! Imagine that.”

Tickets for the show, $49.50-$500, are now on sale through an Archives pre-sale, accessible if you sign up for access to the site with an email address and password. There is a four-ticket limit. A public on-sale has not been announced.

Young is also playing concerts in Chicago, St. Louis and Boston on the brief tour.

The 72-year-old rocker has recently been performing shows with his band, Crazy Horse, in Fresno, Calif.

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