21 Sep 23
The long-awaited return of Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival takes place September 23rd and 24th. A limited number of previously unavailable tickets have been released for these must-see performances at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. Go to Ticketmaster.com to purchase and witness music history in the making!
Eric Clapton will gather the past, present and future of guitar music onto one stage for an unparalleled two-night event. All profits from the Festival will benefit The Crossroads Centre in Antigua, a treatment and education facility founded by the guitarist for chemically dependent persons.
Since its inception, Clapton’s vision for the Crossroads Guitar Festival has been to create an event where his friends and contemporaries can have fun and perform together for the benefit of a good cause. This year’s Festival will feature two-nights of musical performances with once-in-a-lifetime guitar collaborations. Known as pioneers in their field, the roster of artists spans old and new. The audience can expect unrivaled entertainment, brilliant guitar work, surprise guests and impromptu jams that are the hallmark of the festival.
There will be two different nights of music. Not all artists will perform both nights, but Eric Clapton will perform both evenings.
GO HERE for tickets for Saturday, September 23 via Ticketmaster
GO HERE for tickets for Sunday, September 24 via Ticketmaster
In addition to the host, Eric Clapton, confirmed performers include Joe Bonamassa, Citizen Cope, James Bullard, Gary Clark, Jr. Sheryl Crow, Jerry Douglas, Andy Fairweather Low, Samantha Fish, Eric Gales, Peter Asher, Buddy Guy, Ben Haggard, H.E.R., Judith Hill, Sierra Hull, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Marcus King, The Bros. Landreth, Sonny Landreth, Albert Lee, Los Lobos, Taj Mahal, Pedro Martins, John Mayer Trio, John McLaughlin, Del McCoury Band, Roger McGuinn, Keb’ Mo’, Ariel Posen, Robert Randolph, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Santana, Gustavo Santaolalla, Daniel Santiago, Stephen Stills, Molly Tuttle, Jimmie Vaughan, Bradley Walker, The Wallflowers, The War on Drugs, and ZZ Top.
About The Crossroads Centre, Antigua: Founded in 1998 by Eric Clapton, Crossroads Centre Antigua was created to provide treatment and education to chemically and alcohol dependent persons, their families and their significant others. Treatment is provided through residential care, family and aftercare programs. The pathway to recovery is founded on the 12 steps and a change in lifestyle. Crossroads Centre, Antigua also operates a 16 bed halfway house in Antigua called the Bevon House and facilitates various ongoing recovery initiatives on the island of Antigua and the Caribbean. www.crossroadsantigua.org.