What do last-minute tickets cost to see Zach Bryan on tour in 2024?

On July 4, Zach Bryan dropped his fifth studio album “The Great American Bar Scene.”What makes this release remarkable is twofold.First, the 19-track record hit shelves just ten months (!) after the 28-year-old singer put out his self-titled album “Zach Bryan.” Secondly, it should also be noted that the busy country singer has been tirelessly playing sold-out concerts at arenas, stadiums and festivals all over North America on his ‘The Quittin’ Time Tour’ this past year.Given the quick turnaround, one might be led to believe “The Great American Bar Scene” would be a bit of a letdown given how quickly it came together and how little free time Bryan has on his hands.Thankfully, that’s not the case.“It’s got Zach’s signature sound but also has signs of growth through his lyrics and at times songs that feel like he’s paying homage to other esteemed musicians like Jason Isbell and Bruce Springsteen,” author and noted Zach Bryan super-fan Clayton Porter said.“Don’t let anyone add class to it, it’s one hardworking great American album, enough said.”If you want to hear the debut these new songs on the road, tickets are available for all 39 upcoming ‘Quittin’ Time Tour’ concerts from now until December.That includes his final two gigs at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Wednesday, Dec.18 and Thursday, Dec.

19.At the time of publication, ticket prices start at $80 before fees on Vivid Seats.Wondering how much it will cost to see the 2024 Grammy Award-winning Bryan at the concert closest to you?You’re in the right place, Revivalists.We’ve got everything you need to know and more about the remainder of Zach Bryan’s 2024 ‘The Quittin’ Time Tour’ below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including ‘Quittin’ Time Tour’ dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available can be found here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.All prices are ...

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Publisher: New York Post

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