Taken from Zach Bryan's show at Pilgrimage Music Festival in Franklin, TN on September 24 2023
After spending much of 2022 either touring or adding to his already colossal discography, Zach Bryan is not taking his foot off the gas this year.
As well as having released a new self-titled album, quickly followed by a surprise EP, Bryan has set out on his Burn, Burn, Burn world tour, which took him across Europe and the UK, before returning stateside for a summer of live shows.
During his 2023 shows so far, the Oklahoma native has kept his setlist relatively similar to that of his famous 2022 Red Rocks performance in the snow, which was later turned into his Christmas Day live album, All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live from Red Rocks).
Thankfully, he's incorporated a number of tracks from Zach Bryan, such as ‘Smaller Acts’ and ‘Overtime’, while he's also given live debuts to much-loved songs from his 2023 Boys Of Faith EP, including ‘Sarah's Place’ alongside Noah Kahan.
Zach Bryan's 2023 setlist so far has included a number of tracks from his acclaimed 2022 opus, American Heartbreak, including ‘Heavy Eyes’, ‘The Good I'll Do’ and ‘Tishomingo’, along with a handful of newer singles, such as ‘Dawns’, ‘Fifth of May’ and ‘Burn, Burn, Burn’.
Here you can find Zach Bryan's updated setlist as he embarks on his 2023 concert tour.
Zach Bryan has occasionally been playing the newly released fan-favourite, ‘Deep Satin’, which appeared on Boys Of Faith. During his London tour-stop, he also performed a never-heard-before track seemingly called ‘After Dark’.
As in 2022, his electrifying set usually kicks off with the high-octane, multi-generational rodeo tale, ‘Open the Gate’, before launching into the comparatively peaceful ‘God Speed’.
However, at a handful of shows, he's played around with the order, and opened with other energetic tracks such as ‘Revival’, which usually serves as the finale.
Fans will be glad to see that ‘Snow’ seems to have make its way into the setlist from time to time. Although not one of Bryan's biggest hits, the vulnerable track holds a special place in fans’ hearts, particularly after his powerful rendition at Red Rocks last year.
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