If you’re in the mood for a night full of classic country music, you won’t want to miss Montgomery Gentry live at the Elmwood Amphitheater in Elmwood Park on June 9th, 2017. This is an all-ages concert, so you can bring the whole family.
Montgomery Gentry: About the Band
Montgomery Gentry is a pop country duo that has had 14 singles rise to the top 10 along with millions of albums sold to fans all over the world. They first started singing in 1999 with their hit “Hillbilly Shoes” and went on to release many other memorable songs like “If You Ever Stop Loving Me” and “Lucky Man.” This unique duo went on to change country music as we know it and was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2009. This award, along with many others, is just a stepping-stone to what the duo really cares about which is you, their fans.
Across-the-Way Productions can’t wait to bring you some of the best country music around and are also excited to announce that the country rockers Stolen Rhodes will be opening the show. With songs like “Keeps Me Alive” and “Down in Flames,” Stolen Rhodes will have you on your feet dancing long before Montgomery Gentry takes the stage, making for an exciting show.
Tickets and Times
General admission tickets cost $25 in advance and $35 at the gate. If you’re interested in a VIP Box, the cost is $600 in advance and $700 at the gate. This package includes early admission, keepsake seat cushions, and food and drinks for up to 10 people during the concert. On the cheaper side, you can get the “Sweet Seats” package that includes the best seats available, a keepsake cushion, early admission, and wait-service from Martin’s Downtown.
If you’re ready for a night full of country music and fun, make sure you’re at Elmwood Park at 6:00 pm on June 9th. Consider buying your tickets in advance to guarantee your chance to see this beloved country duo perform live in Salem, Virginia. Travel to Berglund Ford and get into the perfect vehicle to take you there, today!
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