Texas music fans held their breath — perhaps some a little longer than others — earlier this month when Willie Nelson canceled a portion of his tour, citing a breathing problem.

But it didn’t take long for the 86-year-old country music legend to start feeling better. Nelson has announced that his almost-never-ending tour will resume on Sept. 6 when his Outlaw Music Festival hits Gilford, NH.

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Nelson almost certainly has his eyes on Sept. 21, which is when Farm Aid 2019 will take place in Wisconsin.

Texans can look forward to Nelson’s return to the Lone Star State on Nov. 15, when he will play Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth. The world’s largest honky-tonk hosted seven years’ worth of Nelson’s mostly-annual Fourth of July Picnic, the last one in 2014. Tickets go on sale Friday morning, August 16.

On Nov. 18, Nelson and Family will play in Sugar Land outside Houston and on Nov. 19, they will play the Grand 1894 Opera House in Galveston.