Buffett performs at the River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa

From TulsaWorld.com: “It’s 5 o’clock in Tulsa: Jimmy Buffett performs at namesake casino resort

At 5 o’clock Saturday afternoon, it was Margaritaville in Tulsa. And at the stroke of 5, the man who wrote “Margaritaville” and the chief Parrothead himself, Jimmy Buffett, declared it so.

“To the city of Tulsa, it’s great to not only play here, but to be part of the city,” Buffett said to the nearly 3,000 Parrotheads in attendance at the new River Spirit Casino Resort venue, Paradise Cove.

Saturday served as a grand opening party for the Margaritaville addition to the River Spirit Casino Resort, a feather in the cap of a $365 million renovation that has opened in stages over the last six months, starting with the Margaritaville casino and restaurant, then the hotel tower and music venue.

Buffett played just over an hour at the venue, a departure from the festivals, stadiums and arenas he’s used to, but neither he nor his fans seemed to mind the change in atmosphere. It was still a party in Tulsa on Saturday night.

Margaritaville’s first ever Facebook live is a cool walk through of the beautiful new Margaritaville at River Spirit Casino in Tulsa, along with some of Buffett and the band’s soundcheck.

Buffett performs at the Holiday in Brooklyn concert

Jimmy Buffett performed last night along with James Taylor and Sarah McLachlan at the “HOLIDAY IN BROOKLYN” special concert at the Barclays Center.

The set list from the show is now available.

Some of the songs played:
Come Monday
Jingle Bell Rock
Boat Drinks
Volcano
Knees of My Heart
Son of a Son of a Sailor (with James Taylor)
Mexico (James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett)
Lighthouse (James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett)
How Sweet It Is (James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett, and Sarah McLachlan)

“How Sweet It Is” – James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett, and Sarah McLachlan

“Son of a Son of a Sailor” – Jimmy Buffett and James Taylor

“Come Monday” – Jimmy Buffett

Buffett performs in Okinawa Japan

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefers performed a concert at Camp Foster in Okinawa Japan on October 28th. This is the first time that Buffett has performed in Japan. It was a free concert for the US troops scheduled as part of the “I Don’t Know” tour.

After the show Buffett spent some time with the Dragons of VMM 265

Buffett performs for the last time at Irvine Meadows

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band performed last night at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Irvine CA as part of the “I Don’t Know” Tour. This is one of the last shows at the venue as it will be closing the end of this month after two shows by Gwen Stefani. Buffett has performed at Irvine Meadows 35 times, the most by any artist.

The setlist from the show is now available. Some of the songs that were played included “Fruitcakes” (“Irvine 2016 Going Out In Style” version), Margaritaville (featuring Frank Marshall on guitar), “Hula Girl At Heart” (last played March 18 2012 in Honolulu, HI), “Uncle John’s Band” (last played October 24, 2015 in Irvine, CA), and “Lovely Cruise” for the final encore.

Buffett performs in Sacramento

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band performed last night at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento CA as part of the “I Don’t Know” Tour. Buffett is one of the first acts to perform at the newly opened arena.

The setlist from the show is now available. Some of the songs that were played included “Scarlet Begonias” and “He Went To Paris”.

Some photos from the show are available at Golden1Center.com

Buffett performs in San Diego

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band performed last night at Humphreys Concerts by the Bay in San Diego CA as part of the “I Don’t Know” Tour.

The setlist from the show is now available. Some of the songs that were played included “Weather With You”, “Banana Republics”, “Jolly Mon Sing”, “Last Mango In Paris”, and “Lovely Cruise” for the final encore

buffett las vegas

Buffett performs in Las Vegas

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band performed last night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas as part of the “I Don’t Know” Tour.

The setlist from the show is now available. Some of the songs that were played included “School Boy Heart”, ” We Are The People Our Parents Warned Us About”, and “Tin Cup Chalice”. Producer Frank Marshall joined the Coral Reefers on guitar during Margaritaville.