Zach Bryan has unveiled his 2023 Burn, Burn, Burn tour, which kicks off on May 10 in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The announcement was delivered via a wacky, tongue-in-cheeky video starring media personality, Theo Von. In a video themed around The Office US, Theo Von details the various ways in which Zach is ensuring the tour will not succumb to Ticketmaster's inflated prices.
The tour, which is named after Zach's 2022 single, ‘Burn, Burn, Burn’, will span across states such as New York, Michigan, California, Nevada, Arizona and Kansas, before concluding in Kansas City, Missouri in August.
Tickets will start at $40, with the most expensive tickets being capped at $130. As Theo outlines in the video, service fees will be as low as $10 per ticket, and no more than $20 per ticket, in addition to credit card fees and state taxes. Theo underlines that Zach's team have no control over these additional fees, and that they've strived to make the costs as low as possible.
In a special - if a tad peculiar - twist at the end, Brian Baumgartner, who plays Kevin in The Office US, makes an appearance in the announcement video to emphasise that ticket scammers need to be fought against.
The video highlights that these price features only apply to Zach's headlining shows, and are not in place for any of the Oklahoma native's festival or rodeo performances.
The announcement follows Zach's promise of a low-cost tour in tandem with the release of his live album on Christmas Day, All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live From Red Rocks).
The project has whetted the appetite of listeners that are yet to see the ‘Something in the Orange’ hitmaker perform live, and fans will no doubt be excited to see that Zach is returning to Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Colorado, in June.
Zach has teased a slew of new music since the release of his live album, and has promised that his touching, uptempo track, ‘Dawns’, will be made available on streaming platforms this weekend if his beloved NFL team, the Philadelphia Eagles, beat the New York Giants on Saturday.
It would seem likely that Zach Bryan's upcoming studio album, Writers and Fighters, will have been released by the time his Burn, Burn, Burn tour rolls around in May.
For the full list of dates so far for Zach Bryan's 2023 Burn, Burn, Burn tour, see below:
10 - John Paul Jones Arena - Charlottesville, VA
12 - DCU Center - Worcester, MA
13 - Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza - Wilkes-Barre, PA
15 - Gas South Arena - Duluth, GA
19 - Toyota Center - Houston, TX
20 - Smoothie King Center - New Orleans, LA
23 - Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena - Jacksonville, FL
24 - North Charleston Coliseum - North Charleston, SC
26 - MVP Arena - Albany, NY
28 - Budweiser Gardens - London, ON
31 - Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia, PA
2 - Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse - Cleveland, OH
23 - Forest Hills Stadium - Forest Hills, NY
26 - Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Morrison, CO
27 - Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Morrison, CO
7 - Van Andel Arena - Grand Rapids, MI
9 - Target Center - Minneapolis, MN
11 - BOK Center - Tulsa, OK
14 - Denny Sanford PREMIER Center - Sioux Falls, SD
17 - Ford Idaho Center - Nampa, ID
19 - T-Mobile Arena - Las Vegas, NV
20 - Mechanics Bank Arena - Bakersfield, CA
21 - Oakland Arena - Oakland, CA
23 - Crypto.com Arena - Los Angeles, CA
25 - Desert Diamond Arena - Glendale, AZ
27 - INTRUST Bank Arena - Wichita, KS
29 - Pinnacle Bank Arena - Lincoln, NE
30 - T-Mobile Center - Kansas City, MO
Fans can register for ticket access at www.axs.com/zachbryan. Fans that registered will be randomly selected for the opportunity to purchase tickets on February 13.
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