Zac Brown Band kicked off their headlining tour “Welcome Home” in May 2017 in the band’s hometown of Atlanta. The 40+ date tour will hit amphitheaters and stadiums across America, including the Hollywood Bowl, Gorge Amphitheatre, Coors Field, Wrigley’s Field and BB&T Pavilion.
The tour supports the band’s latest album release Welcome Home, released on May 12. Each tour ticket sold includes a physical or digital copy of the new album.
The “Welcome Home” tour will make stops in Detroit, Charleston, Denver, St. Louis, Chicago, Dallas, Tampa, Los Angeles and more.
Zac Brown Band’s new release is a return to the band’s roots. Their previous album was more experimental.
Zac Brown Band is a country music band formed in 2002 in Atlanta, Georgia. The band’s line-up includes Zachry Alexander Brown, Jimmy De Martini, Chris Fryar, Coy Bowles, Matt Mangano, Clay Cook, John Driskell Hopkins, and Daniel de los Reyes.
Zac Brown Band has released six studio albums, including three in collaboration with Jason Edwards.
Sixteen of the band’s singles have charted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and thirteen peaked at number one, including: “Knee Deep,” “Chicken Fried,” “Free,” “Highway 20 Ride,” “Toes,” “As She’s Walking Away,” “Keep Me in Mind,” “Homegrown,” “Beautiful Drug,” and more.
Their album The Foundation has been certified triple-platinum.
In 2016, the band made history when they sold the most tickets for a single concert at Fenway Park. They also were the first band to sell out seven straight shows over three years at the park.
The Zac Brown Band has won several ACM and CMT awards as well as the iHeartRadio Music Award for Rock Song of the Year for “Heavy is the Head.” The band has also won three Grammy Awards for Best New Artist, Best country Collaboration with Vocals (“As She’s Walking Away”) and Best Country Album (Uncaged).
The band has released seven studio albums, with Welcome Home being the latest. Their latest album has spawned two singles “My Old Man” and “Roots.” The album has been described as “more mature” and aimed at older fans, according to Taste of Country.
Welcome Home debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. The album also debuted at number one on the Top Country Albums chart, selling 146,000 copies of the album in the first week. The band sold 231,000 copies in the second week. As of July, Welcome Home had sold more than 240,000 copies.
The band’s latest tour will make stops in 40+ cities.