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ADMISSION DETAILS
Doors Open @ 7pm

$20 General Admission

$27 At Door

$40 Reserved Ticket

$65 VIP Ticket  presented by Kemp, Ruge & Green Law Group

Purchase Online Or At The Door.  Arrive Early 

Doors Open At 7PM     18+Up

VIP Ticket – Includes Expedited Entry, Buffet before concert, Private Bathroom, VIP Hostess, Access to Whiskey Bar-  entire bar is for VIP Guests Only!  You can enjoy concert with tables & side view of stage, that puts you right next to the artists, or work your way around the venue to see the show. Your night, Your choice!  Limited Quantities

Reserved/Premium Ticket- Enjoy the evening before and after the concert in The Cattleman’s Lounge. The open lounge has tables & chairs that are on first come first serve basis. Seats are not assigned.  It offers you not only tables & chairs, but it includes a buffet of finger foods before the concert, a private bar & bartender exclusively for our Premium Guests.   Limited Quantities

 
General Admission Ticket-  gets you in the venue to enjoy the concert. Floor area is standing room only, with bar stools around the Venue, first come, first serve. The stage is easily seen from any area in The Stockyard. Every Ticket will give you a great place to see your favorite Artist!

Online Ticket Sales End June 30th At 5PM

BIO

John Michael Montgomery will be the show not to miss.  If you are a fan, you have heavily sung the lyrics to “Life’s A Dance” or maybe even danced your first wedding song to “I Swear”.   

Since the days when “Life’s A Dance” turned him from an unknown artist into a national star, John Michael Montgomery’s rich baritone has carried that most important of assets–believability. Few artists in any genre sing with more heart than this handsome Kentucky-born artist, and the brother of Eddie Montgomery, of Montgomery Gentry, from a small-time family band to the top of the charts.

It is readily apparent in love songs that have helped set the standard for a generation. Songs like “I Swear,” “I Love the Way You Love Me” and “I Can Love You Like That” still resonate across the landscape–pop icon and country newcomer Jessica Simpson cited “I Love The Way You Love Me” as an influence in a recent interview. It is apparent in the 2004 hit “Letters From Home,” one of the most moving tributes to the connection between soldiers and their families ever recorded, and in “The Little Girl,” a tale of redemption that plumbs both the harrowing and the uplifting. It is apparent even in the pure fun that has always found its way into John Michael’s repertoire–songs like “Be My Baby Tonight” and “Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident),” where John Michael’s vocal earnestness takes musical whimsy to another level.

The hits followed steadily, with songs like “Rope The Moon,” “If You’ve Got Love,” “No Man’s Land,” “Cowboy Love,” “As Long As I Live,” “Friends” and “How Was I To Know” establishing him as one of the elite acts of the era. He received the CMA Horizon award and was named the ACM’s Top New Vocalist, setting off a long series of awards that included the CMA’s Single and Song of the Year, Billboard’s Top Country Artist, and a Grammy nomination. Heavy touring meant he kept the close touch with fans he had begun in the clubs back home.