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Luck Reunion lineup: Lucinda Williams, Margo Price, more to join Willie Nelson during SXSW week

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Willie Nelson, Lukas Nelson and many more artists will play the Luck Reunion in Spicewood on March 19. [Suzanne Cordeiro for Statesman]

One of the biggest events during the week of South by Southwest in recent years isn’t an official SXSW event, and isn’t in Austin proper. But if you’ve been out to the Luck Reunion on Willie Nelson’s ranch in Spicewood, you’ll probably want to go again.

Thursday evening at Antone’s, organizers announced the lineup for this year’s March 19 bash. In addition to all-in-the-family headlining sets by Willie and his son Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, notable names include Lucinda Williams, Margo Price, Shooter Jennings, Chuck Prophet, Amanda Shires, Colter Wall, Orville Peck, and Terry Allen & the Panhandle Mystery Band.

Thursday’s “Lucky Draw” event, which featured performances by Katie Pruitt and Glorietta, also served as an opportunity for some attendees to buy Luck Reunion tickets, which are $100. One more chance to buy tickets will happen soon via online lottery, with details to be announced via Luck Reunion’s social media accounts.

Here’s the stage-by-stage lineup for the event, which usually begins around noon and ends well after dark:

World Headquarters Stage — Willie Nelson & Family, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Shooter Jennings, Particle Kid, Angel Olsen, Parquet Courts, Paul Cuathen, Devon Gilfillian. (Opening will be the winner of Southwest Airlines’ “On the Rise to Luck” competition; finalists are Gabe Lee, Ida Mae and Jordan Moser.)

Revival Tent — Orville Peck, Terry Allen & the Panhandle Mystery Band, Ian Noe, Neal Francis, Palm Palm, Night Moves, Black Lips, Mariachi Las Coronelas.

Legacies Stage — Lucinda Williams, Delta Spirit, Colter Wall, Amanda Shires, Tre Burt.

Tito’s Saloon Roadhouse Stage — Margo Price & Friends with Jeremy Ivey, David Ramirez, Chuck Prophet, Katie Pruitt, Mastersons, Teddy & the Rough Riders.

Chapel Stage — Jonathan Wilson, Jeremie Albino, Ian Ferguson, Sierra Ferrell, Early James, Haden Triplets, S.G. Goodman, Still Tide, Shooks.