Who doesn't love live music, right?

One of the things that the pandemic took away from us was live music and concerts.  To say that concerts are back in Montana, would be an understatement.  With several high-profile concerts set to take place in the next several months around the state, concert season is certainly in full swing.

In Bozeman alone, we have a couple of major concerts to look forward to, first, there is Kenny Chesney with Old Dominion and Carly Pearce, which will happen at Bobcat Stadium on July 9th.  Then Thomas Rhett is coming to Brick Breeden on October 7th along with Parker McCollum and Conner Smith.

Go ahead and add another one to the Bozeman list.  It was just announced this morning that country star Cody Johnson is coming to Brick Breeden Fieldhouse.

Johnson, who is known for the smash hits "Til You Can't" and "On My Way To You" will bring his tour to the Fieldhouse on Saturday, October 29th. Johnson has one of the most loyal fanbases in country music and is lovingly referred to as "CoJo Nation". CoJo nation seems to show up wherever Johnson is playing and this often leads to sold-out shows according to his website.

Credit: Cody Johnson Music
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Tickets for the Cody Johnson concert will go on sale on Friday, June 10th at 10 am.

Johnson has a new double album out which is titled "Human". Not only does the album contain his songs, but he also has a couple of covers from country legends like Vince Gill and Conway Twitty. Johnson certainly stands out from other "country" artists as his music has a real authentic country sound and he has been nominated for multiple ACM and CMA awards.

So, mark it down on your calendar. Friday, October 29th at Brick Breeden Fieldhouse, Cody Johnson is coming to Bozeman.

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