Zac Brown Band Perform Hits, Covers at First Major Coors Field Concert [Pictures]
Coors Field — home of the Colorado Rockies — housed their first major concert on July 3 (Friday). The Denver ballpark went country when Zac Brown Band played for a full and eager crowd.
The first show was a smashing success, with Brown and Co. playing for roughly three hours. That meant they could include all of the hits: "Homegrown," "Chicken Fried," "Sweet Annie," and "Colder Weather." They also broke out a variety of cover songs, much to the crowd's delight. Metallica's "Enter Sandman"? Check! Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Let It Be" from the Beatles and Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir"? You got it!
Fans were excited to fill the stadium for something other than baseball, selling 40,000 seats in the venue! Imagine that sound when the huge crowd sang along to "Chicken Fried" as part of ZBB's two-song encore.
Colorado's own Big Head Todd and the Monsters, a rock group, opened the show. Check out photos above to see the very best of Zac Brown Band at Coors Field (but don't be surprised if you then want to follow them on tour!).
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