Zach Bryan Shut Down The Streets In Kentucky Over The Weekend, And It Looked Like He Just Won The Super Bowl

Did Zach Bryan just win the Super Bowl?

You’d think so judging by these photos…

At a tour stop in Ashland, Kentucky over the weekend, Zach literally shut the streets down after his sold out show at the Ashland Riverfront Park, and it looked like a scene after a Super Bowl win or NCAA championship victory.

I mean, you literally couldn’t see one inch of pavement, and these people look like they’re ready to celebrate the first championship win their team has had in the last 25 years… it’s pretty insane.

And for journalistic purposes, I looked up the population of Ashland, and as of the 2020 census, the town contains about 20,449 people, give or take a few over the last couple years since data was gathered.

Zach shared a couple pictures on his Twitter account that fans sent him post-show, and it seems that the infrastructure wasn’t exactly built to support this kind of fandom.

Judging by what I can see here, it looks like the entire town and then some hit the town after the show:

“Be back soon Ashland. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. ”

I mean, I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like this…

Zach shared a short clip from inside the venue during “Highway Boys,” and Kentucky showed up big time for the Oklahoma native:

“An honor beyond words. Thank you Ashland for letting me in with open arms. ”

Zach just released his debut studio album, American Heartbreaklast month, and I have a feeling there will be plenty more nights like this in his future on his current American Heartbreak tour.

I only saw him live one time last July when he came to Charlotte to perform with Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey, and it was beyond incredible.

So, needless to say, I will certainly be making my way back to a live show this year, and you should too… check out all his dates for 2022 here:

2022 American Heartbreak New Tour Dates:

BETHEL WOODS CENTER August 13 – BETHEL, NY

DARIEN LAKE AMPHITHEATER August 14 -DARIEN CENTER, NY

THE STATE FAIR OF WEST VIRGINIA August 18 LEWISBURG, WW

BULLS, BANDS, BARRELS August 20 – ALEXANDRIA, LA

CAVEMAN MUSIC FESTIVAL September 2nd – WESTON, CO

JAS ASPEN SNOWMASS LABOR DAY EXPERIENCE September 3 – SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO

MOON RIVER MUSIC FESTIVAL September 10 – CHATTANOOGA, TN

EXPLOREASHEVILLE.COM ARENA September 13 – ASHEVILLE, NC

RED HAT AMPHITHEATER September 14 – RALEIGH, NC

BORN & RAISED FESTIVAL September 16 – PRYOR, OK

MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION September 17 OUTLAW MUSIC FESTIVAL – COLUMBIA, MD

STAGE AE September 19 – PITTSBURGH, PA

ROADRUNNER September 21 – BOSTON, MA

WATERFRONT MUSIC PAVILION September 23 OUTLAW MUSIC FESTIVAL- CAMDEN, NJ

SOUND ON SOUND FESTIVAL September 24 – BRIDGEPORT, CT

THE ROOFTOP AT PIER 17 September 27 – NEW YORK, NY

PROMOWEST PAVILION AT OVATION September 29 – NEWPORT, KY

THE FILLMORE DETROIT September 30 – DETROIT, MI

SURLY BREWING FESTIVAL FIELD October 2 – MINNEAPOLIS, MN

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS October 7 – AUSTIN, TX

ARIZONA FEDERAL THEATER October 19 – PHOENIX, AZ

THE WARFIELD October 22 – SAN FRANCISCO, CA

RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATRE November 3 – DENVER, CO

Leave a Comment