With Zac Brown Band tickets, you'll see a country group that stays true to its Southern roots. Based in Georgia, the band has had four studio albums, six number one singles, and two Grammy wins. We have a Zac Brown Band schedule and tickets below, so you can catch part of the action on their current US tour! And when Zac Brown is not touring, he is writing a cookbook, opening a restaurant, releasing his own line of steak rubs and BBQ sauces, and running a children's camp charity. Get Zac Brown Band concert tickets from Razorgator today!
Zac Brown Band 2015 Tour
10/23/15 - Many critics have a hard time classifying the Zac Brown Band as one specific music genre. Are they country? Are they rock? The reality is they’re a little of both, and front man Zac Brown doesn’t mind having the critics fooled. He has built his self-named band and their popularity on breaking the rules. Brown admits that he and the rest of the crew are having a fun time experimenting with rock and roll by seeing how far they can take it. They will never, however, lose their country roots. Catch the guys live at their next show Thursday, October 29, at Southern Ground Amphitheater in Fayetteville, GA for $213.
10/16/15 - Stretching the limits and borders of country music is something that a lot of artists are doing these days, but perhaps none so well as the Zac Brown Band. At a recent concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the guys welcomed singer/songwriter/guitar player John Mayer onto the stage. Together they played covers of infamous songs such as “Use Me” from Bill Withers and Bob Dylan’s “All Along the Watchtower.” The “Jekyl + Hyde” tour is ongoing for the ZBB, and as the Mayer appearance shows, you never know what to expect at these concerts! Get tickets for lawn seating at the Saturday, Oct. 17 show in Wheatland, California, for just $34.
10/9/15 - Remember when NFL star JJ Watts tackled a man who tried to climb onto the stage at a Zac Brown Band concert earlier this summer? In a new advertisement for Bose, the ZBB is returning the favor by helping Watts get pumped for a game by smashing guitars on his locker and throwing water in his face. Of course, the hilarious commercial is really saying that listening to great music is the perfect way to get amped up for a big game or any important life event. See for yourself by purchasing tickets to an upcoming ZBB concert today! They will be at the Hollywood Bowl this Friday and Saturday (Oct. 9 and 10). Tickets can be yours for $64.
10/2/15 - Those who have a hankering for new music from the Zac Brown Band can get a small taste of the band thanks to the upcoming electronic pop album from Avincii. While it may not be the exact sound you are used to from a band with such deep roots in country music, this collaboration is one that is guaranteed to get you dancing! ZBB will be back to their regular tour starting next week, and tickets can be yours for any upcoming performances. Be sure to check out the listings for a show in a city near you. Come enjoy some great country music streaked with flares from rock, blues and even techno!
9/25/15 - The Zac Brown Band sure turned some heads when they release Jekyl + Hyde earlier this year. The album was a bit of a turn from their traditional country sound, but the change hasn’t seemed to affect their popularity at all. While some might fear that they may stray too far from their roots, the band is gaining notoriety as a must-see-live act. They recently played the Kaaboo Del Mar festival, sending the show out with their sweet ballads, party hits, and covers of classics such as “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Come check these guys out live because they really do put on a great show. Their mini-hiatus comes to an end on Oct. 7 when they begin a stretch of four shows in four nights in Arizona, New Mexico and California.
9/18/15 - If you haven’t had the chance to see the Zac Brown Band live in concert yet, you really ought to catch them before their 2015 tour wraps up in less than two months. Front man Zac Brown and the rest of the guys have just 14 shows left along their massively successful yearlong tour. Although the guys are on a brief hiatus at the moment, they’ll be back starting Wednesday, October 7 to finish up the last leg of the tour. Their final show takes place later this fall on Sunday, November 15 at Perfect Vodka Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, FL. There are still many tickets available and they currently start at just $8. That is a great steal to see Zac Brown live!
9/11/15 - As the Zac Brown Band prepares to head to Detroit, MI this weekend to perform at Comerica Park, they recently revealed how the city had a big impact on them. It turns out that front man Zac Brown and band mate Coy Bowles are good friends with another rocker by the name of Kid Rock. Bowles says that his favorite song the band does is one that they recorded while at Kid Rock’s house several years ago. That song is “Colder Weather,” and Bowles says that every time the guys play it he is reminded of the night they stayed up till 7 a.m. writing the track with Kid Rock. They’re sure to play the track at their concert in Detroit this Saturday, so don’t miss it!
9/4/15 - If you weren’t at Citi Field last week to see the Zac Brown Band perform, you missed out on a great time! The guys put on a 150-minute show featuring some of their greatest songs, including “Sweet Annie,” “Dress Blues,” “Heavy Is The Head,” “Loving You Easy,” “Tomorrow Never Comes” and “Toes.” They even honored their eclectic tastes by performing covers from some of their favorite artists such as Dave Matthews Band, Led Zeppelin and Billy Joel. After the two-show stint in New York, the ZBB took a short break from the road, but they are back at it this weekend! This Thursday and Friday, (Sept. 3 and 4), they will be at the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto. Purchase your tickets today for $104 and $56, respectively.
8/28/15 - The Zac Brown Band is currently taking a brief break form their hugely successful Jekyll + Hyde Tour, but they’ll be back at it before you know it. In fact, once they resume touring they will be on the road straight through November of this year. Their first show after the break kicks off on Thursday, September 3 at Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto, ON. Tickets are currently on sale for as little as $9. They’ll play in Toronto for two nights before heading back to the U.S. to play what is sure to be an epic show alongside music legend Greg Allman in Hershey, PA. Tickets to the show with Greg Allman at Hersheypark Stadium are widely available and start at $43. Don’t miss it!
8/21/15 - Queens may not be the first place you envision a country music band feeling at home, but the high demand for seats to see Zac Brown Band this weekend shows that it’s as good a place as any for the band to hang out. They are currently taking on their “Jekyll + Hyde” tour, and are gearing up to perform two shows at Citi Field this weekend. Friday night (Aug. 21) ticket prices start at $54, and Saturday’s will set you back just $48 and up. These guys are truly something special to see live. Although they sure know how to rock a twang, they are more than your typical country act. They use a combination of musical genres such as rock and blues, which really seems to complement the sounds produced by the typical fiddle, banjo and steel guitar. Pick up your tickets today!
8/14/15 - The Zac Brown Band had more than a few surprises in store for fans who joined them at their three-night stint at Boston’s Fenway Park last weekend. Not only were they joined on stage by legendary Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler, they also played a couple of songs together. Zac Brown took the backup position to Steven Tyler as he belted out two Aerosmith classics, “Walk This Way” and “Sweet Emotion.” Tyler didn’t have all the fun, of course. Zac Brown and the rest of the band also had a few surprise covers up their sleeve. They played Pearl Jam’s “Porch” and Temple of the Dog’s “Hunger Strike,” much to the approval of the audience. Their next show is tonight at Washington DC’s Nationals Park.
8/7/15 - Real music fans know that there is a difference between being successful commercially and being respected critically. The Zac Brown Band has managed to achieve both of those, thanks to their skill on their instruments, great lyrics and vocals and an interesting sound. These guys love all sorts of music, and you can definitely hear all those elements of folk, blues, and rock when they play. They are currently on tour in the United States, and are heading to Boston, Massachusetts, to play some shows this weekend. They will be at Fenway Park on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 7, 8, 9) and you can get your tickets from us right now! Prices vary depending on which night you want to go, but start at around $100.
6/12/15 - At this year’s CMT Awards, the Zac Brown Band took the stage and delighted fans and fellow country musicians with a performance of their hit single, “Homegrown.” The song is a perfect example of why fans relate so much to country music, and its beautiful harmonies and happy lyrics set a great tone for the night’s event. A video screen displayed photographs submitted by ZBB fans, which were snapshots of family gatherings, weddings, and trips to the beach. Join the guys for a live performance at the Florida Country Superfest in Jacksonville this Friday and Saturday. We have a very limited number of all-weekend passes still for sale, and prices for those start at $103. If you only plan to see Zac Brown Band, they will perform on Saturday at Everbank Field. Ticket prices start at $47.
6/5/15 - The summer is already off to a red-hot start for the guys behind the Zac Brown Band. Their 2015 tour has been a huge success since it kicked off last month, and their latest studio album Jekyll + Hyde is making waves as their most mature and adventurous release to date. The album goes way beyond their country roots, and they’re continuing to expose fans to new material this week with the release of the music video for “Loving You Easy.” The song, which is the third single off of Jekyll + Hyde, is a nod to Motown and classic Philadelphia soul music. Come see these musical chameleons when they take the stage of the Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach, VA tonight at 7:00pm.
5/29/15 - The reviews are in for the first several concerts in the latest tour put on by the Zac Brown Band, and there is no doubt about it—they put on a great show. They have a unique ability to incorporate sounds and elements of all musical genres, yet they still stay true to their country roots, which pleases both the critic and the audience and simply makes for a good time. They love to pay homage to some of their favorite artists, and do so by playing covers of songs such as “Heavy is the Head” and “Kashmir” during their shows. Come see what all the fuss is about by purchasing tickets to one of their upcoming shows. This Thursday, June 4, they will be on stage at the PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte, North Carolina. Our ticket prices start at $51.
5/20/15 - Things are going well for the Zac Brown Band, with the success of their latest album, Jekyll + Hyde. Not only has it sold many copies and several singles have been chart toppers, but the band also has been nominated for the Group Video of the Year CMT Music Award for their "All Alright" video. The award show is on June 10. The band has recently released lyric videos for their "Loving You Easy" and "Heavy is the Head." During their tour, the Zac Brown Band will also meet with select troops as part of their new partnership with Indian Motorcycle and the USO. Tickets will be donated to military personnel and first responders, and some cities will also provide a premium concert experience for troops. Tickets are available for all dates, with prices starting at $8.
5/15/15 - The nation has a new number one country album this week, and that honor goes to the Zac Brown Band and their newest release Jekyll + Hyde. Billboard also crowned the album bestselling among all music genres, which is a huge feat for the seasoned country musicians. Jekyll + Hyde sold a staggering 214,224 copies in its first week on the shelves. It’s not the only album that’s doing well for the band amid their 2015 tour; the guys are also enjoying increased interest in their Greatest Hits So Far album. It jumped to spot number 20 on the charts, up seven places from where it was last week. Don’t miss your chance to catch these Southern superstars live on tour while they’re red hot!
5/8/15 - Having three consecutive albums reach the top spot for sales in the Billboard charts is no easy feat, but the Zac Brown Band are celebrating that success this week, proving they’ve got the skills to keep the hits playing on the radio waves. So far, Jekyl + Hyde has sold a whopping 228,000 copies and is one of the most successful records of any genre to be released in the last month. Their talent extends to the live performances, and that will be apparent as they take the stage in Alpharetta, Georgia this Friday and Saturday night. Those in attendance at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park can expect a great show full of great music from their new and older albums. Our ticket prices start at $59 but quantity is extremely limited, so act fast!
4/1/15 - The Zac Brown Band has been in the public eye for quite some time now, but in preparation for a huge upcoming arena tour, they are making waves not only on radio, but also on television. They recently performed “Dress Blues,” from their hightly-anticipated upcoming album Jekyl + Hyde on Jimmy Kimmel Live. They also performed as the guest band on Saturday Night Live in early March. The record is not the only thing that fans are anxiously awaiting, however. Their tour begins next month and tickets are on sale now for all scheduled dates. The band will be at the Florida Country Superfest, which is set for June 13 and 14 at Everbank Field in Jacksonville and tickets for Zac Brown Band are on sale starting at $94.
3/27/15 - The stunning cover of the upcoming album from the Zac Brown Band is just one of the things that makes Jekyl + Hyde one of the most anticipated country music releases this year. It’s the first full-length record that they have recorded since 2012, and its 16 tracks include an acoustic version of “Tomorrow Never Comes.” The striking cover art on the record features a mostly black and white headshot of the group’s namesake. The only color is in the singer’s eyes, one blue and the other an amber brown color. Their upcoming tour is just over a month away and includes a May 1 stop at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN. We still have tickets available for that concert, and prices start at just $66.
3/18/15 - The Zac Brown Band may have deep roots in country music, but they have a knack for extending their reach to many other genres by collaborating with names such as Dave Grohl and Cris Cornell. Their next album, Jekyll + Hyde, won’t be released until next month, but fans are already getting a taste of what’s to come through singles such as “Homegrown,” “Dress Blues,” and “Heavy is the Head.” Up next for the Zac Brown Band are a couple of performances for events such as the 2015 March Madness Music Festival in early April. After that, they will be on an extensive North American tour through September. On April 29 they will be in Tupelo, MS at the Bancorp South Center. Purchase tickets today for just $59 and up.
3/12/15 - Zac Brown Band has plans to follow up the of release their latest album, "Jekyll + Hyde," with a five month tour around the country. The group is well known for their country hits, but one of their latest singles has crossed over to the rock charts. The single "Heavy is the Head" features Cris Cornell and debuted on the Mainstream Rock Songs chart at number 37. The group's more traditional sound remains on their other single, Homegrown, which is on the top of the Country charts. Fans got a taste of what to expect from the band's live tour from an on Saturday Night Live on March 7. Their tour kicks off May 1 in Nashville, TN, (tickets start at $123) before heading around the country.
8/7/14 – Zac Brown Band are renowned for their fantastic live shows, and if you were lucky enough to catch them on CMA’s “Country's Night to Rock” in Nashville you understand why. Fans are accustomed to ZBB’s hard rocking hits and their no-fuss country chords, but their ABC-aired shred set with Richie Sambora on “Wanted Dead or Alive” is the talk of the town. The group has been wowing North America with their two-hour live concerts, and there are still plenty of dates left to purchase Zac Brown Band tickets in 2014. Catch them and all of their boot-kicking tunes with upcoming dates in Canada, 8/10 in Winnipeg and 8/21-8/22 in Toronto, and the Northeast, 8/15 in Endicott and 8/16-8/17 in Hew Hampshire.
The Zac Brown Band is one of the preeminent country music acts of today that looks to reaffirm true country music while blending reggae, roots, country, Southern rock and soft rock together to form a unique sound. The Zac Brown Band first skyrocketed into stardom with their freshman Foundation album hit “Chicken Fried” in 2008. Since then, the group has produced five studio albums, nine number one singles, and 55 nominations from the ACM, AMAs, CMAs, Grammys and many more over their career. ZBB are continuing to grow in popularity, as they are among the hottest concerts in Los Angeles, averaging $311 at the Hollywood Bowl.
The Band is currently touring in support of their most recent album, Uncaged from 2012. ZBB is known for their excellent live shows, so when they aren’t playing at Zac Brown’s self owned restaurant/venue, ZBB is known for touring extensively. After resting from their stints performing in the UK and Canada this summer, the ZBB boys will head back on the road across America, starting in October and ending with a New Years Eve performance in Detroit.
Lead singer Zac Brown recently spoke out about feeling “ashamed” of the current “daisy duke” state of mainstream pop country music, and so the down to earth band mates will be taking their banjos and guitars into the studio to record a new 2014 album with fun, festive, heartfelt country jams “a little later on in the year.” Frontman Zac Brown is also working on new project; Camp Southern Ground, a research facility and camp intended to help children with developmental disorders.