Monday, February 3, Sunday, March 16 & Tuesday, March 25 at 8 pm at The Barns
Ticket Price:
$90 prime orchestra & balcony
$80 rear orchestra & side balcony
an evening with
Feb 6 | 8 pm

Crosby, playing with a full band and performing songs spanning his entire career, including his new album, CROZ

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Monday, February 3 show is being rescheduled for Tuesday, March 25 at 8 pm and the Tuesday, February 4 show is being rescheduled for Sunday, March 16 at 8 pm. All tickets for the sold out February 3 and 4 shows will be honored on their respective reschedule dates.

If you are unable to attend the rescheduled performance, please contact Wolf Trap Ticket Services at 703.255.1868 by February 14.

If you like David Crosby, you should also check out The Oak Ridge Boys, Southside Johnny & The Poor Fools, and Tom Principato Band.

  • Few artists have experienced the longevity and success of David Crosby, who first rose to fame as a founder of folk-rock band the Byrds in 1963 and continued to make musical history with the Woodstock era-defining group Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN) and as a solo artist.
  • In January he will release CROZ, his first solo studio album since 1993, which Crosby says is experimental and different than anything he’s done before. According to an interview in Rolling Stone, Crosby’s son co-produced the record and sings on it.
  • As a member of harmony-rich CSN, Crosby penned famous tracks “Guinevere” and “Wooden Ships” on their 1969 self-titled debut album. It is included on Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. The trio still performs together and embarked on a European tour in 2013.
  • Crosby has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of fame twice, once with Crosby, Stills & Nash, and a second time with the Byrds.
  • Crosby's NEW studio album is available on January 28. Pre-order CROZ now and receive a free download of "The Clearing"
  • “It is a concise and simple truth, however, that the convergence of [CSN’s] voices in 1969—somewhere in Laurel Canyon—did indeed change the world. It’s a sound that has lived on ever since, both as a positive agent of change and a welcome compass point of reassurance through times that could use more of each.”—Songwriters Hall of Fame, which inducted CSN in 2009