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We love ZBB. This experience was miserable. The venue oversold the lawn seats and it was chaos, nothing but drunk 15 years olds walking around looking for their friends, tripping over people or vomiting. Never saw the kids even look in the direction of the stage. Maybe that's because they didn't recognize any of the songs. ZBB are very talented musicians and covered Queen, Billy Joel and James Taylor beautifully, but I payed money to see the ZBB play their own songs. I don't want to give up on going to see this band, so I hope they realize going forward that we want to see them sing their own songs. We will never go back to the BBT for any concert!
Charging $40 for parking with 3 port-a-potty stalls was unconscionable! And taking them away before the concert was over, I cannot understand??!!
GT from Red Bank, NJ
6/22/19 AT PNC ART CENTER, NJ
Have seen ZBB several times in Jersey and once in Nashville... Great memories!!! However we were all very disappointed at this one. TOO many cover songs and 4 or 5 songs from his new album that no one heard yet. Always on my feet at his concerts. But this one was a boring concert. As a result, I decided not to go to the September concert in Camden.
Zac, stick to your roots and fan base. We love YOUR music!
Anthony from Westfield, NJ
ZBB AT PNC DISAPPOINTED
Great band, but they need to play their own songs. People came for a country concert, not Metallica, Adel, or any others. Total downer on this. Also, the songs they did play were lacking in popularity. The audience was singing along to the better ones. They should have read the crowd. Also the sound system was horrible. I could hardly hear them sing, bass was good, way too much highs, just sounded like noise. Also, they overbooked this event and it started to look dangerous if there was any emergency.
Gary from Boston, Massachusetts
ZAC THE FRAUD
Started show off on Fire with 3 hits right off the bat, then concert went downhill from there. He is supposed to be the lead singer but was in the background on many songs. Many different singers. Also, I thought it was Karioke night. He played way too many songs from other bands. I feel he there for just a payday.
Linda from Raleigh, North Carolina
TOO MANY COVERS OF OTHER ARTISTS
Appreciate artists want to experiment and need to innovate but playing covers of other artists from other genres (hard rock, e.g. Metallica) for half of the show?? Disappointing. They are very talented musicians but we bought tickets to hear their music.
from Charlotte, North Carolina
Zac Brown is one of my forever favorites! But why did I pay to listen to cover songs? Why didn’t we here more songs from the comeback album? Or owl ? Or anything that we love to hear Zac sing? If I wanted to listen to cover songs I could have stayed home with my google music! I love ZBB so much! I will always love them!
Just may not spend the money to listen to covers next time they are in town.
Caroline Anstey from Belmont, NH
DISAPPOINTED - NASHVILLE CONCERT 10-17-21
The energy and volume of people in Nashville was amazing. Broadway was full of country enthusiasts enjoying themselves. However the Air BNB was over the top expensive. The flights to Nashville expensive ( $1200.00) the Tickets to the Zac Brown concert for two people $595.00. Sunday night concert time we heard more rock than country and hardly any Zac Brown songs. The atmosphere was good, the staff at the concert were top notch, but for the money to see ZAC BROWN and end up listening to more of other people and their songs my husband, myself and our 4 friends who flew in from Florida, we were all disappointed. Our seats were in the HH row section 116. For what we actually experienced the tickets were outrageously priced. All together it was roughly a weekend costing $3300.00 for 3 days. I would not do it again.
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