Kip Moore Announced for KettleHouse Amphitheater This Summer
I love that concerts are back - and back with a vengeance for 2021! I don't have the actual numbers in front of me so I don't know if it's true or not.....but it feels like Missoula has to be approaching some sort of world record with the amount of concerts that we've seen announced in the last month. OK, so maybe it's because there was absolutely nothing for shows, and then the floodgates opened so it just SEEMS like there's been more concerts announced this year than in previous years. But it still wouldn't hurt to get someone from Guinness World Records on the phone to see if Missoula might be getting close to being included in their next publication!
Logjam Presents has been responsible for most of the big concerts that'll we'll see around town through the summer and into the fall. And today they announced another show for an already incredible lineup at the KettleHouse Amphitheater.....Kip Moore is scheduled to perform at the venue in Bonner on Thursday, July 29.
It'll be a quick turnaround for tickets!
An online PRESALE happens this Thursday (6/10) from 10 AM - 10 PM MT. You can sign up and receive the presale password HERE.
Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday (6/11) at 10 AM MT. Ticket prices are $35 | $42| $45 and can be purchased at www.logjampresents.com or (800) 514-3849.
The last time we saw Kip Moore he was playing to a packed crowd at the Wilma. Now we can take the party outside on a late-July night to sing and dance to Kip's collection of hits! It's an all-ages show, and if you've never seen Kip Moore live - it'll be a fantastic night of music.
From the Logjam Presents concert page:
"He splashed into the mainstream with the double-Platinum “Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck” in 2012, then followed up with three more best selling #1s (“Hey Pretty Girl,” “Beer Money” and “More Girls Like You”), a trio of ambitious, critically acclaimed albums and two gritty EPs. He toured the world headlining his own shows, earning acclaim and a fierce following as an all-in performer in each setting. But the Georgia native also found another side to success – the long stretches away, physical and emotional fatigue and the never-ending stress of staying “relevant.”
We can't wait for Kip Moore to play the KettleHouse Amphitheater this summer! Want to get your hands on tickets before they officially go on sale? Listen with Smith & Nelson this week - they'll have tickets to win on Thursday and Friday morning!