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Zach Bryan: The Quittin Time Tour

August 28, 2023 8:03 pm GMT
Last Edited May 1, 2024 1:20 pm GMT

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Zach Bryan has unveiled his 2024 The Quittin Time Tour, which kicked off with two back-to-back nights at the United Center in Chicago, IL on March 6-7. This week, the ‘Dawns’ singer-songwriter performed in Omaha, Nebraska, before heading to St. Louis, Missouri.

The 2024 Quittin’ Time tour announcement arrived a matter of days after the Oklahoma native wrapped up his 2023 Burn Burn Burn tour, which took him all across the country, as well as the release of his highly-anticipated self-titled album.

Similar to how he spent 2023, the 'Something in the Orange' hitmaker has been taking his arsenal of fan-favourites across the US this year, as well as treating attendees to some live debuts of unreleased tracks such as ‘28’, ‘Better Days’ and ‘The Great American Bar Scene’.

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Taking its name from the hit song included on his 2022 EP, Summertime Blues, The Quittin Time Tour is taking Zach Bryan on a sprawling roadtrip through Pennsylvania, New York, Wisconsin, Alabama, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, the Carolinas, Colorado, Texas, Florida, Washington, Oregon, California, Minnesota and beyond.

Throughout the cross-country odyssey, the Oklahoma native will be joined by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Turnpike Troubadours, Sheryl Crow, Sierra Ferrell, The War and Treaty, Mt. Joy, The Middle East, Matt Maeson, Levi Turner and SunDown47 on select dates.

The Quittin Time Tour will include several high-profile stops along the way, including two nights at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ; a pair of nights at Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena; two shows at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts; three consecutive nights at LA's Arena; a couple of stops at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium and three evenings at Nashville's Nissan Stadium.

A special treat for the Oklahoma boy, he will also spend five nights in his home state – two at Oklahoma City's Paycom Center and then three at Tulsa's BOK Center. To close out the tour, he'll play a pair of nights in Brooklyn, NY in December of 2024.

In addition to a short detour north of the border to Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver, Bryan will also be featured on a handful of festival bills and special events throughout the remainder of 2023 and 2024.

Among his extracurricular stops are Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival, Buckeye Country Superfest, the Auburn Rodeo, Gordy's HWY 30 Fest Texas Edition, At the Station Festival and Wild Horses Festival.

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Written by Lydia Farthing