Zach Bryan Breaks George Strait’s Attendance Record With Two-Night Run At Tulsa BOK Center

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Zach Bryan just keeps breaking records.

The superstar is on his sold-out Burn, Burn, Burn tour right now, and it’s become one of the hottest tickets in country music right now ahead of the release of his self-titled album this week.

Just how hot?

He’s breaking George Strait’s attendance records.

Zach recently played two nights at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. And with Zach being an Oolagah, Oklahoma native himself, you knew people were going to show up.

The back-to-back sold out shows drew in a combined 37,000 fans, breaking the arena’s record for the highest attendance total for two nights by a single artist set by the King back in 2018.

But that’s not the only venue record that Zach broke while he was in his home state.

According to the BOK Center, the Friday night show also broke the record for the highest food and beverage sales in a single show, which had been set by Eric Church. But that record didn’t stand for very long, because Zach turned around and broke his own record the very next night.

And he did the same thing with merch sales, breaking the record set by Metallica for the highest grossing single night of merchandise sales by a single artist on Friday night before setting another record on Saturday.

Pretty incredible.

The BOK Center released a statement on the record-breaking two night run:

“With two consecutive back-to-back concerts August 11 & 12 that left fans exhilarated and craving for more, Bryan has solidified his status as an iconic live performer.”

I’d say that’s an understatement at this point.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock