One of the biggest new country stars just announced a brand new tour and one of the stops is right here in Montana.

It's no secret that Montanans love country music, so we're certainly excited to welcome one of the format's best new artists when he brings his 2024 Burn It Down Tour to The Treasure State.

Parker McCollum burst onto the national scene a few years back and since then, has produced hit after hit and will be bringing all of those songs to Montana at First State Arena at Metrapark in Billings and is brought to you by Live Nation.

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McCollum, known for the hits Pretty Heart, To Be Loved By You, Handle On You, and Burn It Down will be in Montana on Saturday, January 27th, 2024.

The artist hails from Conroe, Texas, and has been performing for over a decade.  The talented singer/songwriter has played Montana before when he opened up for Thomas Rhett in Bozeman as well as playing Headwaters Country Jam over the summer.

Tickets for the show will go on sale Friday, October 20th at 10 am, but we will have your chance to win them before you can buy them.

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Credit: Live Nation

Be listening to Montana's Best Country, 100.7 XL Country for your chance to win tickets to the show. Derek and Megan and the XL Country Morning Show will give you multiple chances to win tickets to see Parker McCollum along with Larry Fleet, on Saturday, January 27th, 2024 in Billings.

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