The gorgeous Kettlehouse Amphitheater in Bonner has landed a major player in the modern Country Music scene as Kip Moore will be performing Friday, August 4.  Moore is touring in support of his 5th studio album, Damn Love, and his current trek has literally taken him all around the world having performed in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom and Europe so far.

Moore's resume is a strong one having burst onto the national scene 11 years ago with his top ten debut "Something Bout a Truck" followed by number ones "Hey Pretty Girl", "Beer Money" and "More Girls Like You" which cemented him as a top-level Country artist and performer.  His live shows have consistently sold out wherever his tour leads him, although good seats are still available for his show at the intimate Kettlehouse in Bonner.  And there may not be a more beautiful venue on Moore's itinerary.  The Kettlehouse Ampitheater is adjacent to the Kettlehouse Brewery and is "the only dedicated and permanent ampitheater in the state of Montana".  The Kettlehouse offers various seating options including "a standing pit, reserved seating, and general admission lawn seating – all with views of the surrounding cliffs, mountains and flowing Blackfoot River."  

Kip Moore press photo courtesy of
Kip Moore press photo courtesy of

Gates open August 4th at 6:30pm and showtime is set for 8pm.  Tickets are available at and KAAR-FM listeners in Butte and online around the world will be given the opportunity to win one of 3 pairs of tickets that will be given away during the Morning Show with Tom O'Neill and Paul Panisko the week leading up to the show.

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