Live music returns to Frontier Field on July 4 with the Zac Brown Tribute Band. The show starts at 7 pm (gates at 6 pm) with fireworks to follow courtesy of ESL Federal Credit Union. All tickets are $20 in advance ($23 day of show) and will be reserved seating
Live music returns to Frontier Field on July 4 with the Zac Brown Tribute Band. The show starts at 7 pm (gates at 6 pm) with fireworks to follow courtesy of ESL Federal Credit Union. All tickets are $20 in advance ($23 day of show) and will be reserved seating so fans are encouraged to buy early to acquire the best possible seats. Seats will be available in both vaccinated and unvaccinated/socially distanced sections.
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
Tickets are also available at the Frontier Field Ticket Office or by calling (585) 423-9464.
Suites will also be available for $850 and will include 16 tickets, 4 VIP parking passes, 12 hot dogs, 12 hamburgers, 2 pizzas, and 3 six packs of soda/water.
The stage will be set up on the field in front of the 3rd base dugout and the band will play towards the 3rd base grandstand.
ZBTB is the premier tribute to the chart-topping Zac Brown Band. With 12 number-one singles and three GRAMMY wins, the Zac Brown Band is one of the hottest names in the music business and ZBTB is the first and most authentic tribute to their recorded music and live show. Not only does ZBTB capture the sound and creativity of the Zac Brown Band but they bring a similar atmosphere of family to their shows while engaging the audience in a way that is all their own.
From the Zac Brown Band’s 2008 breakout hit “Chicken Fried” to the recent sing-along anthem “Homegrown”, ZBTB plays all the hits any country fan knows and loves. In concert, the Zac Brown Band is well known for their renditions of a diverse set of covers, and ZBTB follows suit. With classics like “Enter Sandman”, “Ants Marching” and “Comfortably Numb” in the set, there’s something for everyone at a ZBTB show.
The members of ZBTB come from a wide range of backgrounds. Some have advanced degrees in music, and some have toured internationally - one even played for the circus. They all share some things in common, though: the brotherhood that only being in a band can bring, and the passion and experience to thrill the audience wherever they go.
From cramped pubs to concert halls, NASCAR races to backyard BBQs, and sand-filled parking lots to ocean-side stages, there are die-hard members of the “ZBTB Social Club” everywhere they’ve played. ZBTB is perpetually performing, and always looking for new places to put their “toes in the water, ass in the sand” and play music together for some new friends.