Zach Bryan Taps Spotify’s Ticketing Pre-Sale Option for 2024 Dates

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Zach Bryan is tapping Spotify’s pre-sale ticketing option for fans of the singer to get tickets to his 2024 dates. Unfortunately, many are at Ticketmaster venues.

Spotify occasionally offers fans who like an artist on its service with unique and exclusive offers like pre-sale tickets or exclusive merch drops. They’re open to anyone who has a Spotify account and has shown interest in an artist—so artists are gaining access to targeted fans. These emails are sent to listeners that have shown an interest in the artist, or anyone who follows them.

Zach Bryan is taking advantage of the feature by offering fans special access to get tickets to upcoming dates on his tour. Bryan is trying to strike a balance between getting tickets in the hands of real fans and dealing with Ticketmaster—something he’s professed to hate in the past.

Several pre-sale partners have already run through ticket availability, with the last being for Spotify fans. General ticket sales will start October 20. The pre-sale for these tickets happened today for dates in 2024 including:

Zach Bryan 2024 Tour Dates with Spotify Pre-Sale Tickets


  • 30 | Belmont Park, NY
  • 31 | Belmont Park, NY


  • 31 | Oakland, CA


  • 02 | Los Angeles, CA
  • 03 | Los Angeles, CA
  • 04 | Los Angeles, CA
  • 14 | Denver, CO
  • 20 | Detroit, MI
  • 29 | Nashville, TN


  • 17 | Foxborough, MA
  • 21 | Orlando, FL
  • 22 | Sunrise, FL
  • 25 | New Orleans, LA
  • 27 | Houston, TX


  • 11 | Atlanta, GA
  • 26 | Grand Forks, ND


  • 12 | Tulsa, OK
  • 18 | Brooklyn, NY
  • 19 | Brooklyn, NY

It’s important to note that the dates available in the Spotify Fan First pre-sale don’t include all of the dates on the Zach Bryan tour. Most of them are also for tickets at a venue where Ticketmaster handles the ticketing process—only a few are available from AXS or SeatGeek. It’s great that more pre-sale tickets are getting into the hands of fans based on real data—but still the Ticketmaster problem remains.