Country/rock band Zac Brown Band are all set to conclude their highest-grossing run in their nearly 2-decade-long career.
The band, who released their seventh studio album, The Owl, in September, headed out on a North American trek of the same name, which kicked off on May 25 with a power-packed performance at Legends Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The tour has earned a total of $29.9 million over 27 dates, averaging more than $1 million per night, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore.
Zac Brown Band’s two-night gig at Boston’s Fenway Park in June grossed $5.5 million and sold 71,514 tickets, making it the band’s highest-grossing engagement ever,
With several dates to go in October, the tour is set to wind up with a show at The Dos Equis Pavilion in Dallas, Texas, on October 26.
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