The famous Green Monster scoreboard displayed “Zac Brown Band” Sunday night as they played their record-setting 14th show at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. This was my third time seeing Zac Brown and his beautifully talented band at the stadium, and the show gets better every year. The night started off with King Calaway, a band produced by Zac Brown. Though not as wildly popular as the man himself, the small-time country band’s feel-good attitude kept the crowd on their feet well before the headliner made his way to the stage.

Zac Brown came out accompanied only by his guitar to start the evening. He donned a Red Sox World Series ring which he would eventually show off to the Boston crowd resulting in absolute fanaticism. He waved hello to his fans before the curtain behind him dropped, and the nine-man band was revealed. His second song, “Knee Deep,” an immense hit for the group, had the crowd screaming in unison, and they didn’t stop for the rest of the night. Who can blame them?

The setlist was back-to-back hit after hit from this Grammy award-winning group. Their setlist included their classics such as “Keep Me in Mind,” “Jump Right In’,” “Toes,” “Homegrown,” and my personal favorite, “Colder Weather,” which was performed to a sea of phone lights and may or may not have had me in tears. But they didn’t only rock out their own hits. They pulled out other crowd-pleasing jams, too, including Radiohead’s “Creep” and Harry Styles’ “Adore You.”

There was not a single moment to rest the whole show, and I mean that in the best way. And unlike many artists, Brown ensures he puts a spotlight on his entire crew. His encore included a medley of songs, each performed by a different band member. I was absolutely blown away by Caroline Jones (guitar/vocals) smashing Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” with ease. Of course, as always, the band ended the night with “Chicken Fried” and an ode to the military, bringing out a local veteran to salute the crowd.

Overall, this was the most fun show I’ve been to this year. I didn’t stop moving or singing the whole night. There’s a reason I’ve seen this show three times, and it certainly won’t be my last.


I’m a concert photographer based out of New England. I love all music and venues, big and small! I cover all genres. It’s all music to my eyes!