with special guests Trampled by TurtlesAugust 29, 2023
- Date August 29, 2023
- Location Pinnacle Bank Arena
Tickets start at $39.95
Subject to applicable fees
Kids 23 months & younger are free if on lap
REGISTER NOW for the chance to purchase Zach Bryan tickets via Fair AXS at www.axs.com/zachbryan
Cash Only Accepted
in Parking Lots
$5 — Festival Parking Lot
$20 — Premium Parking Garage
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About The Event
**REGISTER FOR CHANCE TO PURCHASE TICKETS: January 19 @ 11 a.m. - January 29, 2023 @ 9 p.m.**
Zach Bryan will celebrate Pinnacle Bank Arena's 10th anniversary on August 29. Register now for the chance to purchase Zach Bryan tickets via Fair AXS at www.axs.com/zachbryan. After the Fair AXS registration period concludes on January 29 at 9 p.m. CT, the AXS team will work to ensure any suspicious, fraudulent, duplicated registrations are removed. Fans that registered will then be randomly selected for the chance to purchase tickets in batches starting Feb. 13, subject to availability by market. If a fan has been selected to purchase tickets, they will be notified via email with all pertinent information for them to complete their purchase.
The transfer of tickets to these shows will not be possible unless required by law. If a fan can no longer attend a show, tickets can be resold on the Zach Bryan AXS Marketplace for face value to another fan.
ABOUT ZACH BRYAN:
Hailing from Oologah, Oklahoma, Zach Bryan has quietly gone from serving in the U.S. Navy to rising to the forefront of country as a captivating storyteller, tried-and-true performer, and once-in-a-generation voice without comparison. After grinding it out independently and building a devout audience one fan at a time, Bryan signed with Warner Records and arrived as country music’s brightest and boldest star, and to date, has tallied over 3 billion global streams. He notably earned Gold certified singles “Condemned,” “Letting Someone Go,” and “From Austin” plus platinum single, “Heading South” and now double Platinum “Something in the Orange.” The latter also garnered a 2023 GRAMMY® Award nod in the category of “Best Country Solo Performance,” and made former US president Barack Obama’s Favorite [25 Songs] Music List for 2022. His third and first studio album for Warner Records album, AMERICAN HEARTBREAK, bowed at #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart and in the Top 5 of the Billboard 200, enshrining it as one of the most successful country album debuts in the genre’s history. Bryan also topped the Billboard Country Songwriters Chart at #1. Simultaneously, AMERICAN HEARTBREAK, emerged as the “#1 Most Streamed Country Album on Spotify” for 2022. The record closed out a banner year at #1 on The New York Times “Best Albums of 2022” and Billboard’s “Best Country Albums of 2022,” and attaining RIAA certified Gold sales status in the US and Canada and will soon be certified Platinum. The hit single “Something In The Orange” graced year-end lists by NPR, Associated Press, The Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, Consequence, SLANT, and many more. The song has become a global hit charting in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Ireland, Norway, and Sweden. Bryan’s AMERICAN HEARTBREAK Tour sold out every show, which included headlining theaters and amphitheaters coast-to-coast and performing at prestigious music festivals such as Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, and Stagecoach. He chronicled his November 2022 Red Rocks Amphitheatre stop with his first-ever live album, ALL MY HOMIES HATE TICKETMASTER (LIVE FROM RED ROCKS), released digitally on Christmas Day 2022 as a heartfelt “Thank You” to his fans. Bryan and band performed “Motorcycle Drive-By" and “Summertime Blues" on the hit TV series Yellowstone season 5, episode 7, (Dec 18, 2022) which also featured the song “Quittin Time.” “The Good I’ll Do” and “Tishomingo,” both featured in previous episodes immediately reacted in a big way globally on Shazam. At the top of 2023, Bryan scored his First #1 on Billboard Hot Country Songs and is presently climbing the Top 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart with “Something In The Orange,” plus ALL MY HOMIES debuts on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. Expect more new music from Zach Bryan this year.
- Tuesday, August 29 8:00 PM Add to cal
- Tue, Aug 29 8:00 PM Add to cal
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
CASHLESS AT CONCESSION STANDS
Effective September 1, 2021, we have gone all cashless at our concession stands and bars.
CLEAR BAG POLICY & PROHIBITED ITEMS
Pinnacle Bank Arena is a CLEAR BAG POLICY venue. CLEAR BAGS and small clutch-sized purses are allowed at entry. To view clear bag policy and list of prohibited items, click here: http://bit.ly/PBApolicy.
Cell phone photos are permitted. No professional cameras or cameras with detachable lenses. No audio or video allowed.
Pinnacle Bank Arena has partnered with DoorDash for mobile order pickup at concession stands! Download the DoorDash app and when you’re at the venue, open the app to order food and drinks from the concession stands. We’ll let you know when your order is ready so you can head to the pickup window and pick up your order. Don’t have the app? Scan the QR code at the venue on your seat armrest to start your order.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD & BEVERAGE
No outside food or beverage brought into the venue.
NO WATER BOTTLES
No water bottles brought into the venue.
No weapons including pocket knives and tasers. No pepper spray/mace. These items will be confiscated and not returned.
ADDITIONAL RESTRICTED ITEMS
No signs. No selfie sticks. No iPads.
SEE FULL LIST OF PROHIBITED ITEMS
For information on accessible seating and ticketing, click here to view our Accessibility page. For special accommodations, please contact Barbara Wilhide at 402.904.5599 or email email@example.com.