Zac Brown Band Kicks off Headlining Tour in May; Tour Will Swing into Kansas City on May 27

Zac Brown Band is heading out on the road in May on their sixth headlining tour as a group for their Black Out The Sun Tour. Kicking off on May 19, Zac Brown Band will take on Hartford, Connecticut, and will tour throughout the U.S. until the middle of September. The tour will make a stop at Kansas City’s The Sprint Center on May 27, and tickets to see Zac Brown Band are currently on sale now.

According to data provided by TiqIQ, tickets to see Zac Brown Band this summer are steadily rising in demand, with average prices coming in at $178. The Black Out The Sun Tour is scheduled to hit several stadiums and arenas, both indoor and outdoor locations. Early on in the tour, on May 21, tickets for their stop at the First Niagara Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania are coming in at an average of $137 with the cheapest ticket at $43. Mid tour, on June 25 and June 26, they will take on Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wisconsin where the get-in rate is currently $41.

When the band swings into Kansas City, they’ll be playing one of the more pricey dates on the stretch, as tickets currently average $161, with the cheapest ticket up for grabs for just $67. Fans traveling into the city can secure parking in Kansas City through Parkwhiz.com.

To compare major cities, Zac Brown will also appear at Citi Field in New York City on August 19 where tickets are averaging $203, with the cheapest ticket priced at $72. Parking at Citi Field can also be secured through Parkwhiz.com, and rates for the Zac Brown Band show start for as low as $12.

Heading out on the road with the Zac Brown Band is fellow country artist Drake White and The Big Fire. Drake White just released their latest single, “Livin’ the Dream” and is also known for their other hit, “It Feels Good.”

Zac Brown Band also headed out on the road in 2015 in support of their current album, Jekyll and Hyde on their Jekyll and Hyde Tour. This upcoming 2016 Black Out The Sun tour, will serve as the band’s third consecutive year the group has been out on the road.