We've got some exciting news for everyone that loves Country Music. Mark it down on your calendars, Thursday, February 17th, 2022 Lainey Wilson is coming to The Elm here in Bozeman.

February will be a busy month here in Montana for Wilson as she will also be opening for Country Superstar Dierks Bentley as part of his "Beers On Me" Tour which will be in Missoula on February the 4th and in Billings on February the 5th.

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Lainey Wilson, who hails from Baskin Lousiana is a rising star in country music and was part of the CMA's "Next Women of Country".  Known for her smash hit "Things a Man Oughta Know" which went to number one on the country radio charts and has over 146 million streams.

Lainey was part of the recent CMA Awards Show, has performed on the Grand Ole Opry, and has been featured in multiple publications such as "Rolling Stone", Billboard, and the New York Times. Lainey is a true stand out in Country Music with her signature sound, which is a mix of traditional and modern country and has been dubbed as "Bell Bottom Country"

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Doors at The Elm will open at 7:00 pm and the show will kick off at 8:00 pm. General Admission Tickets for standing room only are just 15 dollars in advance and 18 dollars the day of the show. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at logjampresents.com or by calling (800)514-3849.

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Lainey Wilson at The Elm Thursday, February 17th, 2022 right here in Bozeman.

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