Zach Bryan is set to embark on his eagerly awaited Burn, Burn, Burn tour in 2023. Zach will set the ball rolling on his packed line-up of dates with a trip across The Pond to Dublin, Ireland on April 18.
He'll then perform a number of shows in the UK, before heading over to the Netherlands and Denmark.
After he's completed his UK & European leg, Bryan will be returning Stateside for the first show of his US tour, which is due to take place in Charlottesville, Virginia on May 10.
In January, through a left-field, The Office US-themed video featuring media personality, Theo Von, Zach revealed that the shows would all be low-cost, and would leave no room for ticket scammers.
For all 2023 Zach Bryan Concert Tour Dates and Tickets, see below:
15 - Two Step Inn Festival - Georgetown, TX
18 - Dublin, Ireland
19 - Dublin, Ireland
21 - Manchester, UK
22 - Glasgow, UK
24 - London, UK
25 - London, UK
28 - Utrecht, Netherlands
29 - Hamburg, Germany
30 - Copenhagen, Denmark
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
16 - 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
30 - Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia, PA
31 - Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia, PA
2 - Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse - Cleveland, OH
23 - Forest Hills Stadium - Forest Hills, NY
24 - Forest Hills Stadium - Forest Hills, NY
26 - Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Morrison, CO
27 - Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Morrison, CO
9 - Festival D'été de Québec - Quebec, Canada
13 - Windy City Smokeout - Chicago, IL
14-16 - Under The Big Sky Festival - Whitefish, MT
20-22 - Rock the South - Cullman, AL
22 - FairWell Festival - Redmond, OR
23 - Cheyenne Frontier Days - Cheyenne, WY
5 - Hinterland Music Festival - St. Charles, IA
7 - Van Andel Arena - Grand Rapids, MI
9 - Target Center - Minneapolis, MN
11 - BOK Center - Tulsa, OK
12 - 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
7 - Auburn Rodeo - Opelika, AL
Fans can register for ticket access at www.axs.com/zachbryan.
When the Oklahoma native released his celebrated live album, All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live From Red Rocks), in December, he made it clear that his long-running feud with Ticketmaster over their exorbitant prices would be taken up a notch in 2023.
With a minimum cost of $40 and a maximum cost of $130 for his US tour, Zach is keeping to his Christmas Day promise to ensure that his 2023 tour would be low-cost and accessible to all.
In a special - if a tad peculiar - twist at the end of the tour's promotional video, Brian Baumgartner, who plays fan-favourite Kevin in The Office US, makes an appearance to reiterate Zach's anti-Ticketmaster message.
Crucially, these price features are only in place for Zach's headlining shows, and do not apply to the singer-songwriter's festival or rodeo appearances.
This caveat is underlined due to criticism thrown Zach's way in the past for the cost of festival tickets, despite these not being in his control.
In amongst his seemingly perpetual drip-feed of new music, it's a wonder Zach Bryan had time to play any shows whatsoever in 2022. But somehow, he still managed to pack in over fifty dates on his nationwide American Heartbreak Tour.
Bryan has also teased a new album, Writers and Fighters, which will feature the unreleased single, ‘Deep Satin’. The songsmith has also teased a slew of songs in recent months, including a song written for ‘Marie’ and a track penned especially for his girlfriend, Debbie Peifer.
In 2022, Bryan played a supporting role for country stars such as Luke Combs and Willie Nelson. Alongside these dates, Bryan played a series of headlining slots that were opened by his good friend and ‘Jamie’ collaborator, Charles Wesley Godwin.
The tour featured a series of memorable moments, none more so than Bryan's performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Colorado, which formed the basis for his Christmas Day live album, All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live From Red Rocks).
Heavy snowfall threatened to put an end to the show, but Bryan did his best to carry on despite the worsening weather.
Despite ultimately forcing Bryan to cut his set short, instead of hampering the occasion, the snow added to the atmosphere and elevated it into a now iconic performance.
Since the release of his Summertime Blues EP in July, Zach Bryan has been keeping fans busy with his continuing slew of new releases. In November, he dropped ‘Fifth of May’ and ‘The Greatest Day of My Life’, following up a steady flow of singles during previous months. Then, in January, he dropped the long-awaited single, ‘Dawns’.
Fans have also been able to enjoy Bryan's music while watching the latest season of Kevin Costner's neo-Western TV series, Yellowstone, with songs such as ‘The Good I'll Do’, Tishomingo and numerous others being featured in the Season 5 soundtrack.
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