Zach Bryan isn’t quitting anytime soon.
The Navy vet turned country-rock icon just announced his ironically titled ‘The Quittin’ Time Tour’ that will send him to arenas and stadiums all over North America from March through December 2024.
That includes a pair of gigs at Buffalo, NY’s KeyBank Center on March 10, Newark, NJ’s Prudential Center on March 14-15 and Brooklyn, NY’s Barclays Center on March 27-28.
He’s not going it alone either.
On select dates, the 27-year-old singer-songwriter will bring fellow headliners Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit and Sheryl Crow as well as Sierra Ferrell, the Middle East, Matt Maeson and Levi Turner with him to open.
Want to sing along to “Something In The Orange,” “Burn, Burn, Burn” and “Heading South” with Bryan live?
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Zach Bryan 2023-24 tour schedule
A complete calendar including all tour and festival dates, venues and links to buy tickets can be found below.
Zach Bryan festival appearances
Bryan is currently scheduled to headline at five (!) festivals this year.
Rather than leave you in the dark, here’s everything — dates, venues and fellow headliners — you need to know about every fest on his 2023 calendar.
Luke Bryan 2023 festival dates Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival
Sept. 23-24 at the The Park at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, TN
The Lumineers, The Black Crowes, Nathaniel Rateliff, Ashley McBryde, Margo Price Auburn Rodeo
Oct. 7 at the Sistrunk Farms in Opelika, AL
Ian Munsick, Luke Grimes, J.R. Carroll Hwy 30 Music Fest
Oct. 19-22 at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, TX
Dierks Bentley, Brothers Osborne, Ashley McBryde, Cody Jinks, Gary Clark Jr. Wild Horses Festival
Dec. 30 at PETCO Park in San Diego, CA
CAAMP, Sierra Ferrell, The Silent Comedy Buckeye Country SuperFest
June 22, 2024 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, OH
Billy Strings, Turnpike Troubadours, Charley Crockett, Charles Wesley Godwin, Levi Turner
Zach Bryan set list
While Bryan will likely adjust his set list for the next tour, here’s what he’s been playing on the road at shows this year, courtesy of Set List FM:
01.) “Open the Gate”
02.) “God Speed”
03.) “Fifth of May”
04.) “Highway Boys”
05.) “Quittin’ Time”
08.) “Oklahoma Smokeshow”
09.) “The Good I’ll Do”
10.) “Sweet DeAnn”
11.) “Something in the Orange”
12.) “Heavy Eyes”
13.) “I Remember Everything”
14.) “El Dorado”
15.) “Smaller Acts”
18.) “’68 Fastback”
20.) “Heading South”
21.) “Burn, Burn, Burn”
Zach Bryan new music
On Friday, Aug. 25, Bryan dropped his fourth studio album, the self-titled “Zach Bryan.”
Comprised of 16 tracks, the record features guest turns from big name acts like Kacey Musgraves, The Lumineers, Sierra Ferrell and The War and Treaty.
“(I’m) really proud to call the writing and production on somethin’ all mine,” Bryan shared about the album on Instagram. “I didn’t make this album to appease people who will never be happy anyways, I made it for my people.”
If you want to hear the introspective, soulful and sparse “Zach Bryan,” you can listen to it in its entirety here.
Zach Bryan opening acts
Need to brush up on Bryan’s special guests so you can sing along with them at the show of your choosing?
We’re here to help.
You can find each act’s most-streamed song on Spotify below.
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit: “If We Were Vampires”
Sheryl Crow: “All I Wanna Do”
Sierra Ferrell: “In Dreams”
the Middle East: “Blood”
Matt Maeson: “Hallucinogenics”
Levi Turner: “Allergy Season”
Country stars on tour in 2023-24
Many of Bryan’s contemporaries and forefathers are bringing the heat to venues all over North America this summer.
Here are just five of our favorite country tours you won’t want to miss these next few months.
• Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Tour
• Chris Stapleton
• Morgan Wallen
• Luke Combs
• Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
Want to see who else is on the road? You ought to check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here to find out.
Zach Bryan isn’t quitting anytime soon.