ZBB's three-night sellout of Fenway Park was the latest in a resurgence of superstar stadium shows (Rolling Stone).
If ZBB hadn't sold out all three of its shows at Fenway Park earlier this month, selling 105,000 tickets and setting an attendance record at the hallowed Boston baseball stadium, the shows might have been a disaster. Everything costs more in a stadium — video screens, pyrotechnics, unionized workers — and empty seats are more obvious. "It's a very risky thing," says Will Ward, who co-manages the band. "You've got to get pretty close to a sell-out to break even. You don't have those issues at an amphitheatre."