He is one of the biggest country stars on the rise right now, and he is planning a concert for Western New York!

Before he became a country artist, this singer previously served 8 years in the U.S. Navy before discharging honorably in 2021. Now, at the age of 27, he has taken the world by storm with his independently released tracks before signing with Warner Records. 

And in 2024, you have an opportunity to see Zach Bryan in Buffalo, New York. 

How Did Zach Bryan Get Started?

In 2017, while in the U.S. Navy, Zach Bryan started uploading some of his songs to YouTube thanks to his friends recording him with their cell phones. 

Eventually, one of his songs – “Heading South” – went viral, and he later had his first public concert in Medford, Oregon. Soon after, he made his debut at the Ryman Auditorium, and eventually on April 10, 2021, Bryan was invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. 

During his Opry debut, he caught the attention of Warner Records, who later signed a deal with him to release his music. 

When Is Zach Bryan Performing?

Lainey Wilson will be performing on March 10, 2024, about a month before the Luke Combs concert at Highmark Stadium.

Where Is The Concert?

Zach Bryan will perform at KeyBank Center for his first major show in Western New York. 

When Do Tickets Go On Sale?

Tickets go on sale on Friday, September 8th at 10 AM. 

How Do You Get Tickets?

Bryan has been very outspoken against Ticketmaster following fan complaints about the availability of tickets to his concerts and inflated prices, which is why he decided to change over to AXS Ticketing

You will be able to find that ticket link for September 8th when you click here

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