Famed for their long beards, Stetson hats and cool cars, hugely successful Texas trio ZZ Top are one
of the few classic rock and roll bands to survive with their original line-up still intact.
Guitarist/vocalist Billy Gibbons, bassist Dusty Hill and drummer Frank Beard first came together in
1970 and later that year made their live debut in front of fans with ZZ Top tickets at Beaumont’s
Knights of Columbus Hall. In 1971, they showcased their down-and-dirty blend of blues and boogie
rock to a wider audience on ZZ Top’s First Album. ZZ Top tickets failed to sell particularly well for
their 1972 tour in support of sophomore Rio Grande Mud, but their fortunes soon changed when
1973’s Tres Hombres reached No.8 on the Billboard 200, and 1974’s Fandango spawned their first
Top 20 hit, “Tush.” ZZ Top tickets for the 18-month long Worldwide Texas Tour then went on sale in
1976 before the group took a well-earned break, eventually returning in 1979 with Deguello. After
following it up with 1981’s El Loco, they released ZZ Top tickets for their first European trek. But it
was 1983’s synth-heavy diamond-selling Eliminator that propelled the trio onto rock’s A-list,
producing signature hit “Gimme All Your Lovin’” and the MTV staple, “Legs.” The demand for ZZ Top
tickets, which remained high thanks to their highest ever chart entry, 1985’s Afterburner, was then
met with a seven-leg world tour which spanned two years, before the group issued their final studio
album via Warner Records with 1990’s Recycler. Featuring a hit cover version of Elvis Presley’s “Viva
Las Vegas,” 1992’s Greatest Hits collection kept the band in the spotlight, but fans wanting to get
their hands on ZZ Top tickets had to wait for another two years when after striking up a $35 million
deal with RCA Records, the group dropped comeback album Antenna. Following 1996’s Rhythmeen,
the trio performed at the 1997 Super Bowl half-time show, and added to their catalogue with 1999’s
XXX and 2003’s Mescalero. The band’s studio output then slowed down, but a 2004 Rock & Roll Hall
of Fame induction ensured that ZZ Top tickets continued to sell in their droves. In 2007, the band
recorded their first official live album, Live From Texas, in front of fans with ZZ Top tickets at Grand
Prairie’s Nokia Theatre, while in 2012, they released their first album of original material in nine
years with the Rick Rubin-produced La Futura.
La Futura (2012)
El Loco (1981)
Tres Hombres (1973)
Rio Grande Mud (1972)
ZZ Top's First Album (1971)
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ZZ Top News
4-5-16: Two of rock music's most iconic names are teaming up this summer. ZZ Top and Gregg Allman are joining forces for a joint run of shows in the U.S. between August and October. 19 total collaborative dates are scheduled over that time, with ZZ Top breaking off for six solo dates along the way. ZZ Top tickets will be available to the general public beginning this Friday, April 8 at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster and Live Nation. Check out the full list of ZZ Top tour dates in the "Schedule" tab above.
5-12-15: ZZ Top will begin a summer run of shows on August 12 when the iconic trio hits the Bethlehem Musikfest in Pennsylvania. The group will tour through North America until September 13, playing nine shows over the month-long trip. According to TicketIQ, the average price for ZZ Top tickets is $162.79 on the secondary market.
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ZZ Top Tour Dates
ZZ Top 2016 Tour Dates w/ Gregg Allman
8/16 — Huber Heights, Ohio — Rose Music Center
8/17 — Clarkston, Mich. — DTE Entergy Music Theatre
8/19 — Anderson, Ind. — Hoosier Park Racing & Casino (ZZ Top only)
8/20 — Fort McCoy, Wis. — Ft. McCoy Army Base
8/21 — Springfield, Ill. — Illinois State Fairgrounds
8/23 — Darien Center, N.Y. — Darien Lake PAC
8/24 — Albany, N.Y. — Times Union Center
8/26 — Atlantic City, N.J. — Event Center @ Borgata
8/27 — Essex Junction, Vt. — Champlain Valley
8/28 — Boston, Mass. — Blue Hills Bank Pavillion
8/30 — Hyannis, Mass. — Cape Cod Melody Tent (ZZ Top only)
8/31 — Hartford, Ct. — Xfinity Theatre
9/01 — Holmdel, N.J. — PNC Bank Arts Center
9/03 — Syracuse, N.Y. — Lakeview Amphitheater
9/04 — Portland, Maine — Maine State Pier (ZZ Top only)
9/24 — Albuquerque, N.M. — Sandia Casino
9/25 — Morrison, Colo. — Red Rocks Amphitheatre
9/29 — San Luis Obispo, Calif. — Avila Beach Concerts (ZZ Top)
9/30 — Murphys, Calif. — Ironstone Amphitheatre
10/1 — Saratoga, Calif. — The Mountain Winery
10/2 — Saratoga, Calif. — The Mountain Winery
10/4 — San Diego, Calif. — Humphrey’s (ZZ Top only)
10/6 — Los Angeles, Calif. — Greek Theatre
10/7 — Las Vegas, Nev. — The Pearl
10/8 — Rancho Mirage, Calif. — Agua Caliente Casino (ZZ Top only)