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The red-hot country singer will primarily use AXS to sell tickets to his tour and won't allow marked-up resales

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January 19, 2023

Zach Bryan is staying true to his word: His summer tour won't use Ticketmaster to sell tickets. Scott Dudelson/Getty Images

As he promised late last year, Zach Bryan will be largely Ticketmaster-free on a sprawling tour of North America this summer. The singer-songwriter just announced dates for his headlining Burn Burn Burn American Tour 2023, which gets underway May 10 in Charlottesville, Virginia.

“I’ve tried my best to make tickets as affordable as possible for the Burn Burn Burn Tour,” Bryan said in a new video making the announcement. The brief clip features comedian Theo Von spelling out the ticket-buying rules in a wacky infomercial straight out of The Office (there’s even a cameo from Kevin!).

Tickets for most non-festival dates will be sold via Fair AXS, in keeping with Bryan’s stated loathing for Ticketmaster and its pricing methods. Fans can register for the chance to buy at through Jan. 29 at 10 p.m. ET. Those who are randomly selected will be able to buy tickets that range between $40 and $130, with service fees of $10 to $20 per ticket.  

“We’re out here fighting the good fight with these human snakes at ticketing companies and dark-art bots on the internet,” Von quips in the announcement video. “Good luck, and here’s to fair pricing for all.”

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Tickets purchased through AXS can’t be sold for profit, but they can be resold for face value to other fans through the Zach Bryan AXS Marketplace. There are also a handful of non-AXS events in London, Ontario; Philadelphia; Nampa, Idaho; and Wichita, Kansas, where no resales at all will be allowed.

Spanning 28 dates, the Burn Burn Burn Tour isn’t quite the “limited” run Bryan teased at the end of 2022, but for now it only goes through the end of August. Stops on the way include New Orleans, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, and a two-night stand at Red Rocks in Colorado. As of now, the trek wraps Aug. 30 at Kansas City’s T-Mobile Arena.

Want to see Zach Bryan in concert? Find information on all of Zach Bryan’s upcoming concerts, tour dates and ticket information for 2023-2024.

Zach Bryan is not due to play near your location currently - but they are scheduled to play 34 concerts across 2 countries in 2023-2024. View all concerts.