Elon Musk will be breathing a sigh of relief - after a brief hiatus, Zach Bryan has returned to Twitter.
In staple Zach Bryan fashion, as soon as he rejoined the platform, he shared a flurry of rapid-fire Tweets. After apologising to fans for leaving Twitter, the Oklahoma native confirmed that he'd soon be announcing European and Australian tour dates.
The news comes shortly after Bryan's Burn, Burn, Burn tour went on sale, with many fans missing out due to incredible demand. In order to deter ticket scammers, Bryan released tickets via a ballot system, which ensured that prices did not become inflated in accordance with the number of people wanting tickets.
The Burn, Burn, Burn tour kicks off on May 10, and concludes on August 30. With the dates pretty closely packed together, it seems that any European and Australian shows will have to be booked for the Fall.
It will serve as the first time Bryan's European and Australian fans will have the chance to hear the country star's hits live. They'll be keenly looking forward to the chance to be serenaded with fan-favourites such as ‘Open the Gate’ and ‘Oklahoma Smokeshow’, along with the chart-topping and Grammy-nominated ‘Something in the Orange’.
Towards the end of January, ‘Something in the Orange’ soared to the top of Billboard's Hot Rock and Alternative Songs chart, while Morgan Wallen's ‘Last Night’ recently knocked Bryan's reflective track off the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.
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