Total Sun And Fun, Montana’s Biggest Party Happens This Saturday.
The wait is finally over, after two summers of being postponed due to a worldwide pandemic, finally, it's Kenny Chesney week in Bozeman.
To say that folks are excited would be a bit of an understatement. When the concert was first announced, it didn't take long to sell out. Over 24 thousand people will be at Bobcat Stadium this Saturday night to see this summer's biggest concert.
For those going, who have never been to a Kenny Chesney concert, you're in for a real treat. Long known as an incredible performer who puts on a high-energy show, this will be his first time playing Bobcat Stadium.
Chesney, who has over 30 number 1 hits, puts on an incredible show and the opening acts are very impressive as well. Both Carly Pearce and Old Dominion recently won big at the ACM Awards (Academy of Country Music). Pearce won Female Vocalist of the Year, and Old Dominion won Group of the Year.
All The Details You Need To Know
With a concert this big, there will certainly be lots of questions, so the good folks over at Montana State University have put together this incredible A to Z guide to help you get the answers that you need and want to know. Highlights include:
- Parking Information
- Ticket Information
- Tailgating Information
- Gate Information
- Traffic Information
- Screening Information
We highly recommend that you read the A to Z guide so that when you get to the stadium, there are no surprises and you can just enjoy yourself and have an amazing time.
Timeline For The Day Of The Show
Even though the concert starts at 6, there are several things happening throughout the day regarding the show. Make sure that you check out the timeline and lots of helpful hints, including maps that will ensure that you have the best time possible.
As of now, it is forecast to be a warm day on Saturday. Remember, you can and are encouraged to bring a water bottle and there will be water stations at the stadium compliments of the City of Bozeman.
Finally, if you haven't, download the XL Country App to your phone. XL Country will be at the concert and will be updating folks throughout the day on traffic and any potential information that you will need to know.