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Joan Baez Tickets

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Joan Baez Tickets & Tour Dates


Joan Baez Tour Schedule


Joan Baez is an American singer and songwriter. She’s known for her politically charged songs that take on social injustice. Aside from her music, she herself has taken part in many movements for civil rights, human rights, nonviolence, and the betterment of the environment. As a fluent Spanish and English speaker, Baez has released award-winning music in both languages, as well as at least six other languages.  Her work is known around the world for being inspiring and thought-provoking, regardless of the track at hand.


Baez has many venues booked for live shows during 2019. The soonest date is on February 3rd in Paris, France. After touring many cities like Hamburg, Birmingham, London, Knoxville, and New York, her journey comes to an end on May 5th in Port Chester, New York.


Joan Baez Background


Joan Chandos Baez was born in 1941 in Staten Island, New York. Growing up, Baez was exposed to both music and racism through her environment. However, she was greatly influenced by her Quaker beliefs and chose pacifist ways to tackle these issues. She stuck to her morals and refused to play in any segregated colleges, making most her audience black students.


Baez’s first professional performance was at the 1959 Newport Folk Festival. From there, she was met with more success, both during stage concerts and in the recording studio. Her second album release, Joan Baez, Vol. 2, was an instant success and was certified gold. Baez even appeared on the cover of Time Magazine, which was an unlikely feat during the 60s for a musician.


Joan Baez’s Greatest Hits


Baez’s work is popular because of the meaningful message her lyrics contain. Her fans have followed her not only for her voice, but also for the meaning of her music. Some of her fan favorite songs are “Diamonds and Rust”, “Farewell, Angelina”, “Here’s To You”, and “We Shall Overcome”.