Zac Brown Band Breaks Their Own Fenway Park Sell-Out Record

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Andy Sapp
Zac Brown Band perform at Fenway Park in Boston.

The group has sold out the iconic stadium a record-breaking 11 times.

Zac Brown Band has once again broken the sell-out record at legendary Fenway Park in Boston with two sold-out shows over Labor Day weekend (Aug. 31 & Sept. 1). The group has now sold out the nearly 40,000-capacity stadium 11 times, toppling their previous record of nine sell-outs.

The back-to-back shows also helped solidify the band’s already-held record for most tickets sold by a single act at the home of MLB’s Boston Red Sox.

Last weekend’s shows were part of the band’s ongoing Owl Tour in support of their upcoming album release The Owl on Sept. 20 via BMG. Their sixth studio album inspired by the lore surrounding the great horned owl, which can see perfectly at night, making it a reliable guide, even during dark times. The Owl is set to explore a deeper side of Zac Brown Band as they pull from this inspiration to create their most personal album to date.

A three-time Grammy Award-winning band, Zac Brown Band has sold more than 30 million singles, 9 million albums, has achieved 15 No. 1 radio singles and is the second act in history to have topped both Country Airplay and Mainstream Rock Songs charts.

Head here for a list of additional upcoming tour dates.

 

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