Chris Stapleton brings road show to Montana

Grammy winner performs in Billings, Missoula and Spokane this summer

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Chris Stapleton will bring his All-American Road Show to Spokane, Billings and Missoula this summer.

Grammy Award winner Chris Stapleton will bring his All-American Road Show to the Spokane Arena on Thursday, July 19, and play two shows in Montana: Aug. 2 at Rimrock Aucto Arena in Billings and Aug. 3 at the Adams Center in Missoula. Produced by Live Nation, the tour will feature Marty Stuart and Brent Cobb as special guests.

The tour announcement follows a remarkable weekend for Stapleton, who won Best Country Album (From A Room: Volume 1), Best Country Song (“Broken Halos”) and Best Country Solo Performance (“Either Way”) at the 60th Grammy Awards. Stapleton also joined legendary artist Emmylou Harris on the live Grammy broadcast for a performance of “Wildflowers” in tribute to Tom Petty. Additionally, he returned to NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” and performed two songs from his most recent album with special guest Sturgill Simpson.

Moreover, Stapleton is featured on Justin Timberlake’s new song, “Say Something.” The music video – which was filmed in a single shot at L.A.’s historic Bradbury Building – has been viewed over 7 million times since it was released in January.

Stapleton previously played at the Pub Station in Billings in 2015. The song “Devil Named Music,” on his album Traveler, includes a mention of Billings.

In addition to cultivating his performance career, Stapleton has written No. 1 country hits for George Strait, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Darius Rucker and Josh Turner.

Stapleton Fan Club pre-sales began Tuesday, Feb. 6 (and for Citi credit card holders); visit Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Feb. 9 for all three shows.

Spokane: July 19 at the Spokane Arena; tickets available Feb. 9 at all TicketsWest outlets, at or by calling 800-325-SEAT.

Billings: Aug. 2 at MetraPark’s Rimrock Auto Arena; tickets available Feb. 9 at 406-256-2400 or online at

Missoula: Aug. 3 at the Adams Center; tickets available at or by calling 888-MONTANA or 406-243-4051.