Concert season in Montana is always a good time.  From fairs, and stadium shows to festivals and arenas, it seems that playing Montana is becoming more popular for artists of all different musical backgrounds.

Of course, here in Montana, it seems that country is King, and one of the format's brightest new stars is heading to Big Sky Country next summer and is bringing some friends along for the ride.

So which country star are we talking about?

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Logjam Presents Jordan Davis and his Damn Good Time Tour is coming to Montana to play at the Adams Center in Missoula on Thursday, June 6th, 2024!  Davis, who's had huge hits on country radio with songs like "Singles You Up", "Take It From Me", "Almost Maybes", "Next Thing You Know", and the number one hit "Buy Dirt", which also won the 2022 CMA Award for Song Of The Year.

Davis, who hails from Louisiana came on the scene back in 2017 and hasn't looked back.  A singer/songwriter with a love for country music and the outdoors, he quickly became a fan favorite.

Pre-sale starts Thursday, October 12th at 10 am with tickets available to the General Public going on sale Friday, October 13th at 10 am.

Jordan Davis will be joined by Mitchell Tenpenny and Ashley Cooke.

Montana's Best Country, 100.7 XL Country will have your chance at tickets to the show.  Be listening to the XL Country Morning Show with Derek and Megan for a chance to win.

16th Annual Academy of Country Music (ACM) Honors – Show
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It's Jordan Davis And The Damn Good Time Tour at the Adams Center in Missoula, on Thursday, June 6th.

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