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Neil Young played his only confirmed concert of 2017 over the weekend.

Young performed with the Promise Of The Real at this year’s Farm Aid event, held at KeyBank Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania.

As Rolling Stone reports, Young had previously cancelled a festival appearance in Australia this year, as well as a tour of South America and Japan.


A new album with Promise Of The Real is reportedly already finished, while Young recently released Hitchhiker – a long lost album originally recorded in 1976. You can read all about Hitchhiker in the September 2017 issue of Uncut.

Neil Young’s Farm Aid set list was:

F*!#in’ Up
Cortez The Killer
Cinnamon Girl
Human Highway
Heart Of Gold
Comes A Time
Like A Hurricane
Rockin’ In The Free World

“F*!#in’ Up”

“Cortez The Killer”


“Cinnamon Girl”

“Like A Hurricane” / “Rockin’ In The Free World”

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