Ten things to know about Zach Bryan’s ‘Quittin Time’ Tour

 Zach Bryan is a country star who has announced a massive 2024 North American tour in support of his new self-titled album.

The tour is called the ‘Quittin Time’ Tour and will largely find Bryan playing arenas around the country, alongside a few stadium gigs.

The tour will hit stadiums and arenas across North America, launching with two shows at Chicago’s United Center on March 6-7 before heading to football stadiums in Denver; Foxborough, Mass.; Philadelphia; Atlanta; Tampa, Fla.; Arlington, Texas; and Minneapolis.

The tour will wrap in Bryan’s home state of Oklahoma, with two shows at the BOK Center on Dec. 13-14.

Joining Bryan for the tour will be Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, The Middle East, Turnpike Troubadours, Sheryl Crow, Sierra Ferrell, Matt Maeson and Levi Turner.

Fans can register for tour presale access, with presale beginning Sept. 6. General on-sale begins Sept. 8.

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.

Tickets are sold on different sites depending on the venue and city, though many are available to buy on Ticketmaster and AXS, as well as SeatGeek.

While tickets for Bryan’s previous Burn Burn Burn Tour had a non-transfer policy, it’s unclear whether or not the Quittin Time tour tickets on resale sites will be accepted this round.

Zach Bryan has notched the top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit “Something in the Orange,” which also spent six weeks atop the Hot Country Songs chart.