Bob Seger is returning to Montana in September, bringing back his Silver Bullet Band to play the Brick Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on Sept. 17.
The concert is billed as the “Roll Me Away” tour, and is the group's final tour after five decades of music, according to a press release.
The farewell tour began in November and has sold out 48 shows so far, including a near sell-out performance in Billings. The 74-year-old rocker initially postponed his Billings concert and several others so he could undergo back surgery, but made good on his promise and played to a crowd of 9,500 at MetraPark in January.
Called “America’s troubadour” by Rolling Stone magazine, Seger has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. His albums, including “Beautiful Loser,” “Night Moves” and “Live Bullet,” have sold more than 53 million copies worldwide.
Tickets for the Bozeman concert are on sale Friday starting at 10 a.m., available in person at the Bobcat Ticket Office at Brick Breeden Fieldhouse, by phone at 800-443-2849 or online at ticketswest.com. Prices range from $59.50 to $119.50, plus fees.
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