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From left, Rome Ramirez, Josh Freese, and Eric Wilson of Sublime with Rome perform on stage during the Made In America Festival at Grand Park in 2014 in Los Angeles.

Long Beach rockers Sublime with Rome are hitting the road this summer and will make a stop at ZooMontana on June 26. SOJA and Common Kings will share the bill.

Known for their punk meets reggae music, Sublime formed two decades ago. Sublime lead singer and guitarist Bradley Nowell passed away in 1996, and the group now tours as Sublime with Rome, a collaboration between Sublime bassist and co-founder Eric Wilson and singer and guitarist Rome Ramirez with Carlos Verdugo on drums (formerly of Tribal Seeds).

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Pub Station owner Sean Lynch, who frequently books concerts at ZooMontana, said he's excited for the 2019 concert season to kick in and Sublime with Rome is the "perfect summer band." 

ZooMontana has turned into a popular summer concert destination. Last August, nearly 2,000 fans attended a triple-bill headlined by the Turnpike Troubadours. Steve Earle, Everclear, Reel Big Fish and Sugar Ray also have drawn huge crowds to the zoo. 

Tickets, priced at $48, go on sale Friday, and $3 from each ticket will be donated to ZooMontana. Ticket buyers will also receive a download code for Sublime with Rome's untitled third album, which is expected to be released in the spring.

An online only pre-sale for tickets will begin at 10 a.m. Wednesday. For ticketing info, visit www.1111presents.com or call (406) 894-2020. Tickets will also be available at the Pub Station box office, 2502 First Ave. N.

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Arts and Entertainment Reporter

Arts & Entertainment Reporter at The Billings Gazette.