If you're a fan of country music, especially from the 80s and 90s, well, you will no doubt be excited about this.

For those of you who love a more traditional country sound, you will want to make sure to get your tickets to see this country legend when he hits the stage at Brick Breeden on Saturday, October 21st.

So which legendary country superstar is coming to Bozeman?

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None other than Dwight Yoakam.  Yoakam, who made his way onto the scene back in 1986 with huge hits like "Guitars and Cadillacs", "Honkey Tonk Man", and "Streets of Bakersfield" has been a mainstay on country radio for almost 40 years.

As country music exploded in the 90s, Yoakam was one of the forces behind the format's popular growth with hits like "A Thousand Miles From Nowhere", "Ain't That Lonely Yet", and "Fast As You". Of course, Yoakam has also branched out into the world of acting and received reviews for his role in the Academy Award-winning movie Sling Blade.

Pre-sale is from Wednesday, August 9th at 10 am through Thursday, August 10th at 10 pm by using the pre-sale code "Pepper".  Tickets to the general public go on sale Friday, August 11th at 10 am.

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Dwight Yoakam isn't coming to Bozeman alone, in fact, he's bringing his friends The Mavericks who had big hits back in the 90s with songs like "All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down", "Oh What A Thrill", and "There Goes My Heart".

Once again, tickets go on sale to the public on the 11th with pre-sale happening on August 9th and August 10th.

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