Montana Country Concert Calendar–Updated
Billings and Missoula have a lot of great artists to look forward to in the coming months. Still waiting for announcements of major concerts for Bozeman, but we will have announcements for both Headwaters Country Jam and The Big Sky Country State Fair in January. Also, listen to Dave & Ally for your chance to win front row tickets and a special meet 'n' greets for Bar J Wranglers in January.
The Bar J Wranglers are known for their fun shows, mixing great country music and comedy. These shows support Gallatin Valley 4-H, and always sell out, so they have added a matinee show this year. Reserved tickets are available online only, $25 in advance, $30 at the door. General admission tickets are $20 in advance at Town & Country Foods in Belgrade and Rosauers in Bozeman, $25 at the door.
Colt Ford is a former professional golfer who turned to country music. He co-wrote "Dirt Road Anthem" with Brantley Gilbert, and has written a bunch of songs for other artists. Get tickets for just $25.
You may already know songs written by members of Old Dominion, like Luke Bryan's "Light It Up," "Better Dig Two" by The Band Perry, and "Wake Up Loving You" by Craig Morgan. The 2018 Happy Endings World Tour has only 6 dates in the U.S., two of which will be in Montana. Michael Ray and Brandon Lay will open for them.
February 22nd at the Adams Center, S 6th St E in Missoula. Doors open at 7p, show starts at 8p. Get Tickets
February 23rd at the Shrine Auditorium, 1125 Broadwater Ave in Billings. Doors open at 7p, show starts at 8p. Get Tickets
Chris Lane must like Montana, this will be his 3rd time back (that we know of), after opening recently for Florida Georgia Line, and Tim & Faith. Chris and his brother tried out for season 7 of American Idol, but they didn't make it to Hollywood. Which all worked out just fine. Tickets are $22-$25.
Sawyer Brown has been around for a long time. They originally formed in 1981 calling themselves Savanna. When another band came out that had a similar sounding name, they looked through a Nashville phone book for inspiration and found "Sawyer Brown Road." With so many great songs, don't miss this show! Tickets are $35.