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Bryan adds '24 tour dates

Monday, October 9, 2023 – Zach Bryan added 19 dates to The Quittin Time 2024 Tour, which kicks off in Chicago on March 5.

The announcement comes several weeks after Bryan surprised fans with the release of his "Boys Of Faith" EP. That was preceded by his self-titled, self-written and produced album only a few weeks earlier.

The 19 new dates for The Quittin Time 2024 Tour continue the singer-songwriter's trend of performing at major stadiums and arenas throughout the U.S. and Canada. Among the new stops are three nights at Los Angeles' Arena and stadium shows in Oakland, New Orleans, Detroit, Nashville, and Houston.

Fans can register for presale access for the newly added shows with presale beginning Ocxt. 18. General on-sale begins Oct. 20.

Support acts for the The Quittin Time 2024 Tour will include Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Turnpike Troubadours, Sheryl Crow, The War And Treaty, Mt. Joy, Sierra Ferrell, The Middle East, Matt Maeson, Levi Turner, and SunDown47.

Tour additions are:
March 30-31 Belmont Park, NY UBS Arena *^
May 31 Oakland, CA Oakland Alameda County Coliseum ~^
June 2 Los Angeles, CA Arena &^
June 3 Los Angeles, CA Arena &^
June 4 Los Angeles, CA Arena #^
June 14 Denver, CO Empower Field at Mile High #^
June 20 Detroit, MI Ford Field +^
June 29 Nashville, TN Nissan Stadium %^
July 17 Foxborough, MA Gillette Stadium &^
July 21 Orlando, FL Amway Center &^
July 22 Sunrise, FL Amerant Bank Arena &^
July 25 New Orleans, LA Caesars Superdome +^
July 27 Houston, TX NRG Stadium +^
Aug. 11 Atlanta, GA Mercedes-Benz Stadium !^
Aug. 26 Grand Forks, ND Alerus Center @^
Dec. 12 Tulsa, OK BOK Center @^
Deb. 18-19 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center @^

* The Middle East
~ Mt. Joy
& The War And Treaty
# Sierra Ferrell
+ Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
% Turnpike Troubadours
! Sheryl Crow
@ Matt Maeson
^ Levi Turner

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