Rod Stewart has rescheduled his concert at Rimrock Auto Arena for Oct. 26.
The change is due to a scheduling conflict, MetraPark announced in a Friday afternoon press release.
The show had originally been scheduled for April 14.
All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new date. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. show are on sale now at metrapark.com and at the MetraPark box office. Prices range from $59.50 to $129.50, plus fees. The show is being presented by Live Nation.
The October show will be Stewart's first show in Montana. A Stewart performance previously scheduled for April 12 in Boise has been moved to Oct. 24.
Ray Massie, MetraPark's sales and marketing director, said that about 5,500 tickets to Stewart's performance have been sold. About 2,500 seats remain for the new date.
Another artist who had to reschedule his Rimrock Auto Arena performance, Bob Seger, continues to mend from back surgery. On Wednesday, Seger's Facebook page indicated that returning to the concert stage is now his top priority. He had been scheduled to play in Billings Nov. 13, 2017.
Massie said Seger's camp has been given possible makeup concert dates for the fall. No announcement has been made on when Seger's rescheduled concert will be offered.
Stewart, a Grammy-winning artist, has been performing for five decades, charting with hits like "Every Picture Tells a Story," "Forever Young," "You Wear It Well," "Some Guys Have All The Luck" and "Maggie May."
Stewart is one of the best-selling artists in history, selling more than 200 million records. Stewart is known for his passionate live shows, blending rock, folk, soul and R&B.
In 2016, Stewart became Sir Roderick Stewart after being knighted by Britain's Prince William at Buckingham Palace for his services to music and charity. He holds the record for performing the largest free concert for an estimated 4.2 million people in Rio de Janeiro on New Year's Eve in 1996.
Stewart has twice been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame — once as a member of seminal British group Small Faces and once as a solo artist. He recently performed at the MTV Video Music Award show with Joe Jonas' DNCE, debuting a new version of his 1978 hit, "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?"