Get Ready Montana, 100.7 XL Country is proud to welcome Thomas Rhett and his "Bring the Bar to You" Tour to Bozeman!

Rhett, who was the 2020 Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year will be at Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on Friday, October 7th. Tickets to the show will be available starting at 10 am next Friday, January the 28th, and can be purchased at ticketwest.com.

Thomas Rhett has an impressive catalog of hits, including 18 number one songs. Former number one hits include "What's Your Country Song",  "Craving You", "Crash and Burn", "Sixteen", and "Country Again" just to name a few.

Rhett will roll into Bozeman along with up and coming stars Parker McCollum and Conner Smith.  McCollum is known to country fans for the hits "Pretty Heart" and his current single "To Be Loved By You".  Smith's current single is available now and is called "Didn't Go Too Far".

Thomas Rhett burst into the country music scene back in 2013, but he's certainly no stranger to country music.  The son of 90's country star Rhett Atkins, Thomas has been around the industry his entire life.

Rhett, one of the most played superstars on country radio, is also a multi-platform star with cross-over appeal on other formats as well as social media.

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Once again, tickets will go on sale next Friday, January 28th at 10 am and will be available for purchase at ticketwest.com. Thomas Rhett and the "Bring the Bar to You" Tour Friday, October 7th at Brick Breeden Fieldhouse.  We are your country concert connection, Montana's Best Country, 100.7 XL Country.

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