Zach Bryan Breaks New Jersey Arena Attendance Record, Topping Bruce Springsteen & Travis Scott

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Setting records in the Garden State.

Zach Bryan has been selling out arenas throughout the country on The Quittin’ Time tour, but I’m thinking one of his recent shows in Newark, New Jersey will be one he remembers for a long time.

The Prudential Center announced yesterday that 19,151 people piled in to hear the superstar from Oklahoma on March 15th, which set the all-time attendance record for the venue that opened 16 years ago and hosts a ton of massive concerts.

This beat the previous record by 510 people, which was set by Travis Scott back in December.

Before Scott, the record was held by home-state hero Bruce Springsteen, who brought in 18,284 people in January 2016 and 18,220 people in April 2023. Setting attendance records is nothing new for Zach, who broke a few on his Burn, Burn, Burn tour at the BOK Center in Oklahoma and the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans.

If you want to see Zach on his Quittin’ Time tour, and he’s got plenty of dates this year for you to do so, check out Vivid Seats, where you get a free ticket for every 10 you buy.

Truthfully, there’s been no better atmosphere than the Zach Bryan concerts I’ve been too. I’ll be seeing him again in Greensboro, NC later this year and absolutely cannot wait.

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A beer bottle on a dock



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