- One ticket to see Zac Brown Band (up to $142.73 value)
- When: Saturday, September 13; showtime TBA
- Where: Lakeview Baseball Club's Cubs Rooftop
- Included: all food, wine, and beer
- Seating: general admission
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
Make sure you select the lowest-priced option before making your purchase. As each option sells out, the buy price will go up.
- The first 50 buyers pay $89
- Buyers 51–125 pay $99
- Buyers 126–175 pay $109
Zac Brown Band
- How the Zac Brown Band is like a buttered bottle of whiskey: they're both slick and smooth, and it's hard to put a label on them
- Why most say the Zac Brown Band is country: because it keeps dominating country radio and racking up awards in country categories
- For instance: the 55 nominations and eight wins it's landed since 2009, including three Grammy wins
- Why some still say it's a jam band: because the multi-talented eight-piece truly jams, as seen in its many Bonnaroo appearances and tours with Dave Matthews
- Latest project that highlights its rockin' side: the four song EP, The Grohl Sessions Vol. 1, which features Dave Grohl on drums and behind the boards
- How popular the Zac Brown Band has become: it recently sold out a two-night stand at Fenway Park—a feat accomplished by the likes of Bruce Springsteen and The Rolling Stones
- How Zac describes his band's most recent full length, Uncaged, which won the 2013 Grammy for Best Country Album: "Your basic country-Southern rock-bluegrass-reggae-jam record"
- Surprise guests on the tour: new member Matt Mangano on bass, and an opening performance from Nashville Star's Kacey Musgraves
Lakeview Baseball Club
Lakeview Baseball Club offers fans a game-day experience mixed with old-time charm and modern amenities. Peering over right field at the Friendly Confines, the multi-level facility backdrops ballgames with rich mahogany bars, hardwood floors, and 80-inch televisions so visitors never miss a pitch or song during a concert.
As the action plays out on the historic playing field, servers dish out food from the grill alongside beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages. Guests can kick back on several different levels, including the lofty sky deck, from where they enjoy stadium-style seating and cast judgment upon players by giving thumbs-ups or thumbs-downs like an emperor. After the final out, Lakeview Baseball Club helps keep the sport alive in the city by donating a percentage of its profits to youth baseball programs.