HE’S GOT THE top album in the country Zach Bryan, the Number One song on the charts with Kacey Musgraves, and now one of the most highly anticipated shows of 2024 with the upcoming Quittin Time Tour. Announced last week, presale tickets for most of Bryan’s tour are now on sale across multiple sites, including AXS, SeatGeek, and now Ticketmaster.
“Everyone complained about AXS last year,” Bryan, who previously released the live album All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster, wrote on X, formerly Twitter, this week. “Using all ticketing sites this year. All my homies still do hate Ticketmaster but hard to realize one guy can’t change the whole system. It is intentionally broken and I’ll continue to feel absolutely horrible about the cost of tickets in an unfair market.”
Where to Buy Zach Bryan Tickets Online
If you’re hoping to score tickets to see Bryan on one of the Quittin Time Tour stops, you have a few ways you can buy them. As of Sept. 6, presale access opened up for fans to purchase tickets to most of the shows at ZachBryanPresale.com. Some stops, including Des Moines, Iowa, direct you to the venue website, while others take you to the ticket seller.
Bryan previously released an album called “All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster” and his last tour was sold by AXS.
He said on X, the social media site formerly known as Twitter, that fans had complained about AXS.
“All my homies still do hate Ticketmaster,” he noted, adding that “one guy can’t change the whole system.”
Country superstar Zach Bryan has added a second Des Moines stop.
The hitmaker, whose song “I Remember Everything” featuring Kacey Musgraves is currently No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, added an extra concert to his upcoming “Quittin’ Time” tour on Wednesday. The extra date is set for April 25, 2024, just one day before his previously scheduled Des Moines show on April 26.
The Oklahoma native’s “Quittin’ Time” tour arrives in the metro amid breakthrough commercial success for the artist. The Navy veteran’s 16-song self-titled album sits at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 this week.
The 27-year-old performed at the Hinterland Music Festival in St. Charles last month with a surprise appearance from fellow breakout star Noah Kahan, who joined in during a verse of “Revival.”
GREENVILLE — The highly anticipated presale event for country music star Zach Bryan’s two-date appearance in Greenville opened today and ticket prices soared to over $1,500 each.
Not long after the presale opened, few tickets were available for The Quittin’ Time Tour — and those that were started at over $500 each.
Ticketmaster on its webpage said the event organizer, Tunespeak, has priced tickets according to their market value, known in the industry as “dynamic pricing” or “surge pricing,” essentially charging what people will pay in the moment.
Tunespeak did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
General on-sale begins on Sept. 8 for both the May 2024 shows at the 15,000-seat Bon Secours Wellness Arena, but fans were invited to register for first access to tickets during the presale that began on Sept. 6. Zach Bryan
Zach Bryan has ended his crusade against Ticketmaster — for now, at least. After sidestepping the ticket platform entirely for his 2023 North American run, the country superstar has announced he will opt back in for next year’s “The Quittin Time Tour.”
“Everyone complained about AXS last year. Using all ticketing sites this year,” Bryan wrote in a social media statement, before alluding to the title of his 2022 live album, All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster. “All my homies still do hate Ticketmaster but hard to realize one guy can’t change the whole system. It is intentionally broken and I’ll continue to feel absolutely horrible about the cost of tickets in an unfair market.”
Bryan’s lengthy stadium tour kicks off next March in Chicago, with subsequent stops in Brooklyn, Toronto, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Las Vegas, and more. See the full itinerary here. The Ticketmaster pre-sale will begin on Thursday, September 7th (use code STUDIO), ahead of the general on-sale taking place on Friday, September 8th via Ticketmaster.