After concluding a brief tour of U.S. arenas, Zach Bryan is gearing up for an even more ambitious endeavor in 2024. The singer-songwriter Zach Bryan Unveils Extensive 10-Month 2024 Tour recently .” which is set to span from March to December, encompassing not only arenas but also numerous stadium stops.
In a departure from their usual headlining roles, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, along with the iconic Sheryl Crow, will be joining the 27-year-old sensation as opening acts during stadium performances along the tour route. Additionally, the lineup of openers includes Turnpike Troubadours, Sierra Ferrell (who makes a guest appearance on Bryan’s newly released album), the Middle East, Matt Maeson, and Levi Turner (signed to Bryan’s label, and the sole constant opener throughout the tour).
This announcement closely follows the release of Zach Bryan’s self-titled album by Warner Records this past Friday and the conclusion of the “Burn, Burn, Burn Tour” over the weekend.
The upcoming tour is being promoted by AEG Presents. Tickets for most of the shows will be accessible through Ticketmaster, which differs from the 2023 tour when Bryan intentionally selected venues that didn’t require Ticketmaster for ticketing. A review of Ticketmaster presale links reveals that 42 out of the 54 scheduled Bryan shows for next year will be available through this ticketing service.
It’s worth noting, however, that Ticketmaster will not be responsible for the registration process or the distribution of codes for any of the shows. AEG Presents will manage these responsibilities for all dates, including those using Ticketmaster for ticket sales.
Despite spanning a 10-month duration, the tour appears to have some notable gaps, particularly in major markets like Southern California. This observation arises from Bryan’s recent sold-out performance at Crypto.com Arena just five nights ago. It suggests that not all tour dates may have been finalized at this point.In cities where Bryan opts for arena venues instead of stadiums, most will enjoy a two-night treat from the singer. This includes the tour’s kick-off on March 6-7 in Chicago and the grand finale on December 13-14 in his hometown of Tulsa.
Stadium appearances are scheduled for various locations, such as the greater Dallas area, Boston, Denver, Atlanta, Tampa, and Minneapolis. Jason Isbell will be joining the tour during stops in Tampa, Arlington, TX, and Foxborough, MA, while Sheryl Crow is part of the lineup for the Atlanta show. As with his recently concluded tour, Bryan is expected to tightly control ticket resale opportunities. Fans who wish to secure their tickets in advance will need to pre-register, allowing them to receive a presale code. The presale is set to commence on September 6 for those who receive the code, with the general on-sale date scheduled for September 8.