Big Sky Brewing Co Amphitheater | Missoula, Montana
EVENT RESCHEDULED TO WEDNESDAY 12TH JULY 2023. Originally Tuesday 19th July 2022. All original tickets are still valid!
The Avett Brothers come to Big Sky Brewing Company Amphitheater on Wednesday 12th July 2023 (Rescheduled from Tuesday 19th July 2022), as they are set to embark on a 22 date North American tour beginning 26th March. Their 2022 headlining tour will celebrate their 2019 release, Closer Than Together, and fans hugely anticipate their concerts. Ringo Star and His All Star Band would support them on selected tour dates. The Avett Brothers will put up some show, as they always do and will be performing at some of the most iconic venues in the U.S, including Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre. If you want to catch them live at Big Sky Brewing Company Amphitheater on the 19th of July, get your tickets ASAP before they are sold out!
The Avett brothers is currently one of the most famous folk-rock bands in the U.S, and their tour announcement has excited everyone. They mix up various genres, including folk, bluegrass, rock n roll, and create beautiful compositions that are bound to leave audiences in awe. The band is led by two brothers, Scott and Seth Avett, with Bob Crawford and Joe Known. Previously, the two brothers were a part of Nemo, an American rock band.
The Avett Brothers released their first album in 2001 and embarked on a self-booked tour for its promotion. Their 2016 album, True Sadness, reached number three on Billboard 200 and got them a Grammy nomination in the Best Americana Album category.
The Avett Brothers are known for their soulful live performances, and fans often say their music helps them get through the most challenging times. They delivered some amazing drive-in concerts when regular concerts were banned, and they got a fantastic response. It was a unique experience, and they also released another EP meanwhile, The Third Gleam. The Avett Brothers have a reputation for performing at wholly sold-out venues, so if you can, buy your tickets right now because they could be gone very soon!