We have some Breaking News regarding the sold-out Kenny Chesney concert for Saturday night at Bobcat Stadium in Bozeman. A few hundred additional tickets have just been released for the show.

Chesney, who will be performing for the first time ever at Bobcat Stadium, brings his huge stadium show to Montana in what is sure to be the biggest concert of the year.  With over thirty number-one hits, Chesney is known for his high-energy performances that are second to none.

For those looking for tickets, make sure you head over to MSU's website. However, keep in mind that they will likely go fast.

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This will only be the second concert at Bobcat Stadium in the last 40 years or so, the first being when Imagine Dragons played here in Bozeman a few years back. Of course, most folks know by now that due to the pandemic, this Saturday's concert has been delayed for the past two summers.  However, the stage is up, preparations are being made and this Saturday it is finally happening.

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The concert will start off with Carly Pearce, who recently won the ACM Award for Female Vocalist of the Year.  Following Pearce is another ACM Award Winner, in Old Dominion, who won for Group of the Year.

The concert starts at 6 pm, but don't forget about the pre-show party from 4 pm until 6 pm with XL Country. There will be food trucks, a beer garden, a merchandise tent, plus lots of chances to win some fantastic prizes, including Sand Bar Tickets and an autographed guitar.

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Remember, tickets are limited and will go fast, so head over to MSU's website and get them before they're gone.

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