ZBB announce livestream, "some exciting news"
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ZBB announce livestream, "some exciting news"

Wednesday, April 7, 2021 – Zac Brown Band announced it will play its first-ever livestream performance event from the Southern Ground Studio in Nashville, on May 8 at 9 p.m. eastern.

The virtual event will feature live performances from the full band.

ZBB will also "share some exciting news with fans who tune in," according to a press release.

The livestream available exclusively through Sessions Live, will be followed up by a VIP encore set, featuring storytelling from the band and a fan-sourced Q&A. The livestream will take place from Southern Ground Studio, owned by Brown and the birthplaces of Kris Kristofferson's first three albums and Neil Young's "Prairie Wind" album.

"I'm so excited to invite our fans to our special livestream performance," said Brown. "It's been a long time since we took the stage, and we think it's about time we bring family and friends together from our very own Southern Ground Studio in Nashville for the first time ever. After the live performance, stick around for our special encore event, where we'll be answering fan-submitted questions. We can't wait for you to join us."

General admission tickets priced at $19.99 are on sale now. VIP ticket packages are also available, which include a one-on-one virtual hang with Brown, a DemerBox with Brown's laser engraved signature, and an Uncaged Vinyl signed by Brown

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