Oklahoma City, OK – Paycom Center is preparing for a busy weekend ahead as Oklahoma native Zach Bryan brings The Quittin’ Time Tour to downtown Oklahoma City on Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18.  The shows are set in-the-round with a centerstage and expected to bring in over 17,000 guests each night. The Middle East and Levi Turner will open the shows both nights. 

“OKC is proud to host Zach Bryan in his home state this weekend,” says General Manager Chris Semrau. “It’s a real testament to the support of the community and the success of Zach’s career to be able to host not one, but two sold out shows.”

Very limited tickets remain for each show date that is expected to sell out. The concerts are expected to be among some of the highest attended shows in the venue history. Bryan is one of four artists who have sold over 30,000 tickets across two or more shows (other artists include Garth Brooks, Luke Combs, and Drake) at Paycom Center.

Bryan announced on X recently that all merch profits from his show on Friday will be donated to help Barnsdall recover from last week’s horrific tornado.

Paycom Center staff is working with various downtown organizations and businesses in preparation for the influx of visitors to the area. Extensive planning has gone into preparing the arena as well with increased event staffing, additional food and beverage points of purchase, and focus on overall guest experience.

Fans should be aware of the large number of guests attending and plan accordingly for parking downtown and security check lines entering the venue. Paycom Center’s bag policy limits any bags larger than 6” x 9” x 2” and prohibits professional cameras, selfie sticks, tablets, and more. For a full list of restricted items, visit https://www.paycomcenter.com/security-policies. Guests will pass through metal detectors for entry and all bags are subject to search.

General Admission Ticket Holder Information

Attendees are not allowed to start lining up prior to 7 am the day of their show. Guests with general admission tickets must enter through the Southwest Entry across from the Omni Hotel. Numbered wristbands will be distributed to GA ticket holders at the Southwest Entry starting at 9 am. After receiving a wristband, guests are allowed to leave the site and return at 4 pm to line up in numerical order. Any fans who did not receive a wristband will line up after those with wristbands are in order. For full information on GA wristband procedures, visit https://www.paycomcenter.com/events/detail/drake-jcole-2024. Fans with a reserved ticket do not need to arrive early for a wristband.

Zach Bryan’s 2024 tour is taking place in stadiums and major arenas across North America. Bryan has built a hard-won reputation as an in-concert force of nature, second to none, as evidenced by anyone who attended shows from his Burn, Burn, Burn Tour. All shows sold out instantly several months in advance, and he set new attendance records at several venues along the way.