Zac Brown Band will perform Aug. 3 with special guests Sonia Leigh and Nic Cowan at the IWireless Center in Moline. Showtime is 7 p.m. Tickets are $45 to $69 for reserved seats and $64.50 for general admission. They go on sale April 21 at 10 a.m.
The road warriors are taking their five-sense concert experience to new heights with a newly-unveiled stage that extends the front row experience to more fans, and the clearest, most up-to-date audio system on the road today. Every aspect of ZBB’s performance is curated by the band, from the before show eat-and-greets to the shape of the giant-screen monitors that fill the back of the stage.
Demand for the Zac Brown Band experience is at an all-time high as the multiplatinum, GRAMMY-winning outfit throws down every night with expert musicianship, hearty Southern rock, and an unparalleled fan experience that’s selling out arenas and amphitheaters from coast to coast on their fall tour.
Zac Brown Band just hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards televised Fan Jam at Mandalay Bay and recently logged their historic ninth consecutive #1 radio single with “Keep Me In Mind.” The song topped Billboard’s Country Songs chart for four straight weeks, earning the band the longest reign atop that chart for any artist in over two years. “Keep Me In Mind” marks their fourth #1 single from the certified platinum, acclaimed sophomore release, ‘You Get What You Give’ (Atlantic/Southern Ground). The most recent single, “No Hurry” is quickly rising up the charts.
The band is continuing with their Eat & Greet tradition. Sponsored by Kingsford Charcoal and features Southern Ground Executive Chef Rusty Hamlin serving up the finest southern fare from “Cookie” – the band’s custom mobile kitchen. Read more here: http://nyti.ms/zbb-eatngreet
With a total of 10 GRAMMY, CMA, and ACM awards, and another four CMA nominations for the full band this year, six for Brown himself, and an ACM Award Nomination for Vocal Group of the year. The Georgia six-piece has been lauded by fans and critics alike as a “truly astounding troupe of musicians” with “lightning fast picking,” “sterling chops,” and a “staggering display of instrumental prowess.”