Zack Bryan Tour 2023

by

Arden Lambert

Updated

January 12, 2023

Updated

January 12, 2023

Updated

January 12, 2023

While Zach Bryan Tour 2023 has not yet been announced, fans of the Oklahoma native should cheer up as he’s been booked for a string of festivals.

This includes the Two Step Inn Festival on April 15, 2023, at Georgetown, Texas, as well as Railbird Music Festival on June 3, 2023, at Lexington, Kentucky. It has also been confirmed that Bryan will headline Summerfest on July 7, 2023, at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater – Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s biggest stage.

Other festivals where Bryan is expected to appear are Under The Big Sky Festival, Rock The South, And Hinterland Music Festival.

On top of that, Bryan has also been teasing fans with a new album coming in early this year. “Album for 2023 is called ‘Writers and Fighters,’ and I have never been more excited for anything in my life,” Bryan took to Twitter to unveil the good news. 

Fans can’t help but hope this will also mean that the rising country singer is cooking up a new tour, and they can finally get to jam to Zach Bryan’s greatest hits live.

Zach Bryan Pledges To Embark On Affordable Summer Tour

On the other hand, Zach Bryan vowed on Christmas Day that he’d launch into a summer tour with “prices as cheap as possible” as he put into public his rage against Ticketmaster, the industry behemoth controlling ticket sales for a huge number of concert venues around the country.

Making his disdain even clearer was the release of his live album called All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster.

Well, guess we’ll have to wait and see for what’s about to come and hope for the best that Zach Bryan Tour 2023 is just around the corner.


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