The Red Rocks Amphitheater will once again become a haven of raw, authentic country tunes from the one and only Zach Bryan this summer as he returns to the iconic Morrison Colorado venue this summer. Join hundreds of fans in celebrating the music of the Oklahoman native this June 27. The “Something in the Orange” hitmaker will bring the heat of his “Burn, Burn, Burn Tour” to Red Rocks and will surely set the stage on fire with his recent hits, such as “Dawns,” “Burn, Burn, Burn,” and many others. If you enjoyed Bryan’s concert in Red Rocks last November, you would definitely enjoy this one too. Immerse yourself into a Springsteen-like communal concert experience that only a storyteller like Zach Bryan can deliver. Get your tickets now!
With his “Something in the Orange” hitting the Top 10 and his “Burn, Burn, Burn” and “Oklahoma Smoke Show” singles entering the list of Billboard Hot 100, Zach Bryan’s country music domination is clearly unstoppable. From his humble beginnings in 2017, the Oklahoman singer-songwriter emerged as a unique artist among the sea of country singers who primarily sing country-pop and bro-country tunes. Bryan won over millions of listeners across the world with the sincerity and rawness of his music, which lyricism is poetic yet relatable, thereby producing touching and unforgettable songs. He disproved the stereotype that he was just another “white guy with a guitar” and established himself as a promising new talent.
From opening shows to prominent country names like Luke Combs, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Charles Wesley Godwin, and Willie Nelson, Zach Bryan has filled amphitheaters and other venues with his own headlining tour. Last year’s “American Heartbreak Tour” was a massive success for the 26-year-old country singer-songwriter. Last year also marked the release of his third studio album, which was a commercial success. With 71,500 album-equivalent units (including 6,000 pure album sales), “American Heartbreak” debuted at number five on the US Billboard 200, giving it the highest first week for a country album in 2022. On the day of its release, the album surpassed all other country albums in 2022 in total streams on both Apple Music and Spotify. With sales of 702,000 in the United States alone as of October 2022, the album is undoubtedly a massive success.
This 2023, the Grammy-nominated country star is embarking on another tour dubbed “Burn, Burn, Burn Tour.” His tour’s massive North American leg will kick off on May 10 at John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, VA, and wrap up on August 30 at T-Mobile Center in Kansas City. He will be stopping at some of the nation’s most popular venues, including a night at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater on June 27. Tickets are selling out fast, so place your ticket orders before they run out.