Zac Brown Band Is Heading Out West

Written by SLN Staff Writer
Zac Brown Band Is Heading Out West

Zac Brown Band

The Zac Brown Band will bring their “Breaking Southern Ground” tour to the West Coast for the first time with over a dozen concert dates starting in March. The band will also make an early stop on the West Coast next week to perform live on the Grammy Awards from the Staples Center in LA on January 31.

The “Breaking Southern Ground” tour provides concert goers with the full Zac Brown Band experience: eat-and-greets featuring Zac cooking up his signature recipes for a few lucky fans in most markets, in addition to performances by three up-and-coming Atlanta-based artists who have been signed by Zac Brown to his label Southern Ground Records: Sonia Leigh, Levi Lowrey and Nic Cowan. The shows will host various on-stage combinations of the musicians integrated throughout the event as Zac Brown Band will make appearances during each artist’s set and invite them to join the full band later in the night.

A new addition to this leg of the tour, special guests Joey + Rory will join the Zac Brown Band to emcee the shows.


March 2 Sports Arena San Diego, CA (on sale 1.29)

March 3 Dodge Theatre Phoenix, AZ (on sale 1.29)

March 4 Pan American Center Las Cruces, NM (on sale 1.29)

March 5 World Arena Colorado Springs, CO (on sale 1.30)

March 6 The Rail Salt Lake City, UT (on sale 1.30)

March 9 Fox Theatre- Oakland, CA (on sale 1.31)

March 10 Event Center San Jose, CA (on sale 1.31)

March 11 Arco Arena Sacramento, CA (on sale 1.30)

March 12 Gibson Amphitheater Los Angeles, CA (on sale 1.30)

March 13 The Joint Las Vegas, NV (on sale 1.30)

March 17 Arlington Theatre – Santa Barbara, CA (on sale tbc)

March 18 RaboBank Theater Bakersfield, CA (on sale 1.30)

March 19 Redding Convention Center Redding, CA (on sale 1.29)

March 20 Armory Auditorium Salem, OR (on sale tbc)

March 21 Comcast Arena Everett, WA (on sale tbc)

Zac Brown Band will also join the Dave Matthews Band at a few additional dates:

July 3 & 4 – Alpine Valley Music Theatre – East Troy, WI

July 9 – Hersheypark Stadium Hershey, PA

July 10 – PNC Park – Pittsburgh, PA

July 16 & 17 – Citi Field New York, NY

July 23 Nationals Park – Washington, DC