Zac Brown Band Returns to Blossom in June

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While singer-guitarist Zac Brown caters to a country crowd, he and his band can play a bit of everything. And we do mean everything. Last summer at Blossom, they covered Charlie Daniels’ Band redneck anthem “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” offered up a grunge-y rendition of Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir” and paid tribute to the Marshall Tucker Band with an epic rendition of “Can’t You See.” And that’s not to mention covers of songs by Metallica, Queen and the Foo Fighters.

The band has just announced dates for its sixth headlining U.S. tour. The 26-date tour includes a stop at Blossom on June 24. 



Beginning at noon tomorrow, American Express Card Members can purchase tickets in select markets before the general public. A Citi cardmember presale begins on Wednesday through Citi's Private Pass Program. Tickets to the general public go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday.

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