Zach Bryan, who just finished a short US tour, plans to go much further in 2024, both in terms of tour length and, in some cases, venue size. The singer-songwriter announced the “Quittin Time Tour” on Monday, which will take him from March to December, going through stadiums most of the time, although he will also make a fair number of stadium stops.
Jason Isbell and the Unit 400 and Sheryl Crow, who most music fans are used to seeing as headliners, are some of the artists who will open the 27-year-old phenomenon’s concerts in stadiums across the route . Other opening acts include Turnpike Troubadours, Sierra Ferrell (who appears on Bryan’s recently released album), Middle East, Matt Maeson and Levi Turner (who is signed to Bryan’s record label and is the only ongoing opening act on the trip).
The news comes just after Warner Records released the self titled “Zach Bryan” album last Friday and the “Burn, Burn, Burn Tour” wrapped over the weekend.
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The tour is promoted by AEG Presents. Tickets for most of the concerts will be available through Ticketmaster, unlike the 2023 tour, where Bryan insisted it was just venues that didn’t need Ticketmaster to sell tickets. A look at Ticketmaster’s presale links shows that 42 of Bryan’s concerts next year will be on sale through that ticketing service, out of 54 dates on the itinerary.
However, Ticketmaster does not handle the registration process or code distribution for any of the shows: AEG Presents handles those tasks for all dates, including those sold with Ticketmaster tickets.
Despite the tour’s 10-month duration, some major markets are missing – notably Southern California, where Bryan had just played a sold-out Crypto.com Arena five nights ago – which could raise suspicions that all tour dates have yet to be finalised.
When Bryan performs in non-venue venues, most cities host the singer’s two-night shows, including the tour opener on March 6 and 7 in Chicago and the tour’s final performance on March 13 and 14. Christmas in Tulsa, his hometown.
Stadium performances include shows in Dallas, Boston, Denver, Atlanta, Tampa and Minneapolis. Isbell will join the tour in Tampa, Arlington, Texas and Foxborough, Massachusetts. Crow will be in Atlanta.
Like his recent return tour, Bryan is expected to keep a tight rein on the ticket scalping possibilities. Before tickets go on sale, fans will need to register here for a pre-sale code. The pre-sale starts on September 6th for those who receive the code. The general sale date is September 8.
Bryan’s full tour schedule for 2024:
March 6 Chicago, IL United Center *^
March 7 Chicago, ILUunited Center *^
March 9 Pittsburgh, PA PPG Paints Arena *^
March 10 Buffalo, NYKey Bank Center *^
March 12 State College, PA Bryce Jordan Center *^
March 14 Newark, NJPrudential Center *^
March 15 Newark, NJPrudential Center *^
March 20 Milwaukee, WI Fiserv Forum *^
March 22 Birmingham, AL Legacy Arena at the BJCC *^
March 25 Washington, DC Capital One Arena *^
March 27 Brooklyn, Barclays Center NY *^
March 28 Brooklyn, Barclays Center NY *^
April 26 Des Moines, IA Wells Fargo Arena *^
April 29 Omaha, NE CHI Health Center *^
May 2 St Louis, MO Center for Entrepreneurship *^
May 5 Greenville, SC Bon Secours Wellness Arena *^
May 6 Greenville, SCbon Secours Wellness Arena *^
May 9 Knoxville, TNThompson-Boling Arena at Food City Center *^
May 13 North Little Rock, AR Simmons Bank Arena *^
May 14 North Little Rock, AR Simmons Bank Arena *^
May 17 Oklahoma City, OK Paycom Center *^
May 18 Oklahoma City, OK Paycom Center *^
June 7 Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena #^
June 8 Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena #^
June 15 Denver, CoEmpower Field at Mile High #^
June 22 Columbus, OH Buckeye Country Superfest
June 26 Foxborough, MA Gillette Stadium +^
July 30 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center @^
July 31 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center @^
August 3 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum @^
August 4 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum @^
August 7 Philadelphia, PA Lincoln Financial Field %^
August 10 Atlanta, GA Stadium Mercedes-Benz^
August 14 Tampa, James FLRaymond Stadium +^
August 17 Arlington, TX AT&T Stadium +^
August 20 Kansas City, MO T-Mobile Center @^
August 24 Minneapolis, United States Bank Stadium MN %^
August 25 Grand Forks, ND Alerus Center @^
November 22 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome @^
November 23 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome @^
November 26 Portland, OR Fashion Center @^
November 27 Portland, OR Fashion Center @^
November 29 Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center @^
December 03 Glendale, AZ Desert Diamond Arena @^
December 4 Glendale, AZ Desert Diamond Arena @^
December 6 Salt Lake City, UT Delta Center @^
December 7 Salt Lake City, UT Delta Center @^
December 13 Tulsa, OK BOK Center @^
December 14 Tulsa, OK BOK Center @^
* The Middle East
+ Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
% Troubadours Turnpike
# Sierra Ferrell
@ Matt Mason
^ Levi Turner