We're kicking off 2022 with a bang as Dierks Bentley is the first big country artist to perform in Montana and XL Country is proud to welcome him!

Dierks will bring his "Beers On Me" Tour to two locations. The first stop will be on Friday, February the 4th at the Adams Center in Missoula.  Dierks and his crew will then take a trip down I-90 East and play Saturday night at the First Interstate Arena in Billings on February the 5th.

Here's the best part. 100.7 XL Country has tickets to both shows and we start giving them away Monday (today), January the 3rd.

We'll give you two chances to win each weekday.  Listen to the XL Country Morning Show with Derek and Megan and then Jesse James in the Afternoon for your chance to win a pair of tickets to one of the two Dierks Bently shows.

It's our Driving With Dierks Contest!

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Derek and Megan will play a Dierks Bentley song between 7 am and 8 am.  Jesse James will play a Dierks Bently song between 5 pm and 6 pm.  When you hear a Dierks song during those times, you need to be the seventh caller at 406-582-1061 to win a pair of tickets to either the Missoula or Billings concert.

What a way to kick off the New Year! Dierks Bently and the "Beers On Me" Tour February 4th in Missoula and February 5th in Billings. Your first chance to win tickets starts Monday morning with your Country Concert Connection, Montana's Best Country, 100.7 XL Country.

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