Zach Bryan Announces Massive 2024 Tour

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Riley Johnson

Updated

August 31, 2023

Updated

August 31, 2023

Updated

August 31, 2023

Just days after wrapping up this year’s Burn Burn Burn tour, country star Zach Bryan has already announced another one for 2024 called, The Quittin Time Tour!

On Monday (August 28), the “Something In The Orange” singer turned to social media to unveil his plans to go much bigger next year. “This year was too much fun, thank you guys so much for making our lives a dream,” Bryan posted on Instagram together with the tour’s promotional poster. “Boys are headed home and gearin’ up.”

Now, when we say it’s big, we don’t mean it’s only in tour length but, in most cases, on venue size as well. Here’s what we know so far about The Quittin Time Tour.

It Is Set To Hit Arenas And Stadiums Across North America

Zach Bryan’s massive trek, The Quittin Time Tour, will kick off on March 6, 2024, with two back-to-back nights in Chicago, Illinois’ United Center. The tour will then be making stops in cities like Tampa, Arlington, Kansas, Washington, Knoxville, Brooklyn, Toronto, and so much more. 

There’s even a pair of nights at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and, of course, four nights in his hometown of Oklahoma – two dates will be at Paycom Center in Oklahoma City, while the other two will be at the BOK Center in Tulsa, which will then wrap things up on December 14, 2024.

All through the tour, Bryan will be joined by some massive acts. It includes Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit and Sheryl Crow, who have been longtime headliners. Other openers at select dates are Turnpike Troubadours, Levi Turner, Matt Maeson, The Middle East, and Sierra Ferrell.

The tour announcement comes after Bryan’s new self-titled album, his fourth full-length album featuring 17 songs – including a collaboration with fellow country star Kacey Musgraves

Indeed, Zach Bryan got his hands full throughout much of 2024. The Quittin Time Tour is now open for registration, while presale begins on September 6. The public on-sale will be available on September 8. See you all there!


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