DRUMMOND – The Midsummer Night Jam has opened ticket sales for its 2019 event.
The event, featuring rising country start John King and local musician Levi Blom has begin selling tickets online (www.DrummondConcert.com) and at select businesses in and around Granite County.
The concert is July 13, 2019 at the American Legion Rodeo Grounds in Drummond, Montana. Gates open at 5 p.m. with music kicking off at 6:30.
King’s career has been on a rocket ride since the first of the year. He has had three songs reach over a million streams in less than a month, with his latest “Try Saying Goodbye” racing past that mark and heading for two million.
King will have two huge concerts before coming to Granite County. June 28 he’ll play the Grand Ole Opry and then headline the Demorest, Georgia “Glorious Fourth” celebration July 4 in his home state.
“This year has been such a big one,” King told the Flint Creek Courier. “The new song ‘Try Saying Goodbye’ is tearing up the charts, CMA Fest and now a Grand Ole Opry performance. Just adds to the fun that we get to make on our way out to Drummond for the Midsummer Night Jam. It’ll be one of the highlights of the summer!!”
King has toured with the likes Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and Cole Swindell.
Joining King will be Butte native and Levi Blom. Blom has been touring all over the place, focusing mainly on the northwest. He is an avid hockey player and made it as far as the semi-professional ranks before committing to music full time. Blom is the midst of releasing a new album and should have it ready for purchase by the time he plays the Midsummer Night Jam. Blom was the featured artist at the “Rockin’ the Rodeo” concert in Dillion in 2018 and will plat that venue against in 2019.
The Frank Ramberg-James Morse Rodeo Arena has 1,500 covered seats and room for 1,000 more down in front of the stage inside the arena. Concessions will include food, beverages (yes, there will be beer), CDs and merchandise for both artists and more.
For more information and to hear music from both artists go to www.DrummondConcert.com. If you’d rather buy tickets in person, you can find them on sale at one of the following businesses.
Missoula – Black Cat Bake Shop (2000 W. Broadway St.)
Butte – Butte Glass (840 Utah Ave.)
Drummond – Parker’s Restaurant (32 E. Front Street)
Drummond – Fic’s Conoco (318 E. Front Street)
Philipsburg – Heritage Imaging (144 W. Broadway)
Philipsburg – Philipsburg Brewing Company (101 W. Broadway)
Philipsburg – Woodland Creations (421 W. Sutter)
Deer Lodge – Elk Ridge Brewing Company (320 Main Street)
Anaconda – Stokes Market/Ace Hardware (1525 W. Park)
Dillon – Beaverhead Glass (105 S. Atlantic Street)