Concert Tours for 2024 are already being announced and an expected big one is coming to North Dakota.

Let's face it, the concert scene has been a little light of late in North Dakota.  Especially in our neck of the woods.  As we head into the fall and winter seasons, those are typically light for concerts in North Dakota.  Not many artists enjoy coming to North Dakota when temps start to dip, especially in the winter.

One up & commer country artist has announced a 2024 show in North Dakota.

His name?  Zach Bryan.  According to a press release from the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota, Zach will be bringing his "Quitin' Time 2024 Tour" to the Alerus Center on August 25th, 2024.

The announcement comes just days after the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter-producer released his 4th full-length studio self-titled album, Zach Bryan.

Bryan's 2024 tour will take place in stadiums and major arenas across North America.

If you're wondering why we couldn't get a show like this in Bismarck?  Simple answer, we just don't have a venue that holds enough people.  This tour will kick off in Chicago and include drivable stops along the way in Denver, and Minneapolis before it concludes in Zach Bryan's hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma in December.

Grand Forks is by far the smallest city on the tour, but once again it's all about the size of the venue as the Alerus Center can hold over 20,000 people with max capacity.

These shows will be supported by The Middle East, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Turnpike Troubadours, Sheryl Crow, Sierra Ferrell, Matt Maeson, and Levi Turner.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 8th.

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