ZACH BRYAN THE QUITTIN TIME 2024 TOUR HEADED TO U.S. BANK STADIUM ON AUGUST 24
Monday | Aug. 28, 2023
ZACH BRYAN ANNOUNCES THE QUITTIN TIME 2024 TOUR
NEW SELF-TITLED ALBUM OUT NOW VIA WARNER RECORDS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 AT U.S. BANK STADIUM
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS TURNPIKE TROUBADOURS AND LEVI TURNER
August 28, 2023 (Los Angeles, CA) – Today, Zach Bryan announces his 2024 North American run, The Quittin Time Tour. The news comes just days after the singer-songwriter-producer released his fourth full-length studio album, Zach Bryan, available HERE via Warner Records. Fans can register for presale access HERE, with presale beginning on September 6. General on-sale begins September 8.
Bryan's 2024 tour will take place in stadiums and major arenas across North America, kicking off in Chicago with two shows at the United Center on March 6 and 7, before heading out coast to coast with stops at football stadiums in Denver, Foxborough, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Tampa, Arlington, and Minneapolis. The tour will conclude in his hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma with two shows at the BOK Center on December 13 and 14. The shows will be supported by The Middle East, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Turnpike Troubadours, Sheryl Crow, Sierra Ferrell, Matt Maeson, and Levi Turner.
The 27-year-old has built a hard-won reputation as an in-concert force of nature, second to none, as evidenced by anyone who attended shows from his Burn, Burn, Burn Tour which wraps in Kansas City at the end of the month. All shows sold out instantly several months in advance, and he set new attendance records at several venues along the way.
The new 16-track body of work explores the Grammy-nominated singer’s southern states roots that combine a litany of varied musical and literary influences that might be best described as “Zach Bryan music.” Written and produced entirely by Bryan himself, the self-titled album features raw and unfiltered stories that speak from the heart directly to his ever-growing global fanbase. Zach Bryan boasts collaborations with Kacey Musgraves, The Lumineers, Sierra Ferrell, and The War and Treaty.