Joni Mitchell triumphantly returns to the stage at Gershwin Prize Tribute concert

Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell makes a triumphant return to the stage after a long hiatus, performing at a star-studded tribute concert.

The legendary Joni Mitchell is back and better than ever. After a much-needed hiatus, Mitchell graced the stage at the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, DC for a star-studded tribute concert celebrating her receiving the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song from the Library of Congress.

And let me tell you, the lineup was absolutely stacked. We’re talking Graham Nash, James Taylor, Brandi Carlile, Annie Lennox, and more paying tribute to the one and only Joni Mitchell.

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But it wasn’t just the performances that were incredible – Mitchell herself closed out the night with a powerful rendition of “Summertime” and her 1966 classic “The Circle Game.” And let’s not forget that this isn’t the first accolade Mitchell has received lately – she also received an honorary doctorate from Berklee College of Music and was a 2021 Kennedy Center honoree. Plus, she surprised everyone with an epic appearance at Newport Folk Festival last year, which we named one of the best live performances of 2022.

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And if that’s not enough to get you excited, Mitchell has just announced her first concert in 20 years, happening this June at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington. So don’t sleep on this opportunity to see the one and only Joni Mitchell in action – grab your tickets at StubHub, where orders are 100% guaranteed through their FanProtect program.

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Check out the Library of Congress official tralier.