Zac Brown Band opening for Rolling Stones in Atlanta

Concert is on Veterans Day

The Rolling Stones have tapped Zac Brown Band as guests artists on the Atlanta stop of their North American 2021 No Filter Tour on November 11th. The Veterans Day performance will be held at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

The Stones will make 13 stops across the United States, in their first ever trek without original drummer Charlie Watts, who passed away last month at the age of 80. Watts had announced three weeks earlier that he was sitting out of the tour as he was expecting to recover from an unspecified medical procedure. Steve Jordan will helm the drums for the trek.

Their No Filter Tour was originally set for last year, but postponed due to the pandemic and was a continuation from the 2019 trek. The 2021 No Filter Tour kicks off September 26th at the Dome in St. Louis with stops in Pittsburgh, Nashville, Minneapolis and more before wrapping November 20th at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX. Tickets are on sale now via Ticketmaster.

The Zac Brown Band is currently in the midst of its The Comeback Tour which sees the group reunite after canceling its 2020 tour and laying of 90% of its touring crew due to the pandemic. The band is prepping to release The Comeback on October 15th, its first in a new partnership with Warner Music Nashville/Home Grown Music. The album was recorded at Brown’s renowned Southern Ground Nashville studio, which he had on the market last year.

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