As part of his new partnership with Bud Light, the country superstar is set to headline the brand’s The Bud Light Backyard Tour Presents Zach Bryan event happening during Super Bowl 58 weekend.
Folds of Honor, a nonprofit organization that provides educational scholarships to the families of fallen and disabled service members and first responders, will also be involved, which is fitting seeing as Zach previously served in the U.S. Navy and comes from a military household.
The concert is slated for February 9th, 2024 at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, and tickets will go for an extremely reasonable $20.
Brendan Whitworth, CEO of Anheuser-Busch, says they couldn’t be more excited to have Zach performing live during Super Bowl weekend, in addition to having him as a brand partner going forward:
“Anheuser-Busch and our brands have brought unparalleled experiences to football fans and to country music lovers for decades.
We could not be more excited to partner with Zach Bryan and to showcase his all-star talent during Super Bowl LVIII weekend.
All of us at Anheuser-Busch are thrilled to work alongside Zach to bring positive experiences to country music fans and to local communities nationwide.”
And Zach, who grew up with two parents in the Navy in addition to several other family members, says he’s been drinking Bud Light since he was old enough to drink (and probably before that, let’s be honest), and he’s thrilled to be supporting Folds of Honor, as well:
“I’ve been drinking Bud Light since I was old enough to drink and partnering with them now after all the songs I’ve written while swigging them is full circle for me.
When Bud Light asked if I would be involved, I didn’t hesitate after I learned the immense amount of support going into Folds of Honor, fallen service members, first responders’ families and loved ones.
It is a privilege and honor to provide help in any way to veterans and all the people who make this country as great as it can possibly be.”
Super Bowl LVIII is slated for February 11th, 2024, taking place at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
And while we’re still in the thick of regular season play, it’s already looking like his Philadelphia Eagles have a damn good shot at ending up at the biggest game in American sports once again in 2024… and maybe they can pull off the win this time (they lost earlier this year to the Kansas City Chiefs).
Fans can sign up to pre-register for a chance at tickets on Bud Light’s website, and The Chelsea is a few thousand capacity venue, much smaller than some of the stadiums Zach is headlining next year, so space will obviously be extremely limited and tickets will go very, very quickly.
But if you’re lucky enough to get in, it will surely be a helluva way to kick off (pun very much intended) Super Bowl weekend…