If you need some exciting concert news to make your 2023 better, we are here to help.

Live Nation announced rapper and country artist Jelly Roll is coming to the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman on Wednesday, September 6th. Jelly Roll will be rolling through Bozeman on his Backroads Baptism Tour with Struggle Jennings.

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Jelly Roll has been gaining popularity over the past few years, and people love how his music can connect them on different levels.

If you look at Jelly Roll's YouTube channel or Spotify page, he has amassed hundreds of millions of views and streams. Jelly Roll is known for his songs Creature and Son of a Sinner. Jelly Roll has collaborated with high-profile artists such as Tech N9ne, Yelawolf, and Brantley Gilbert.

Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, February 24th at 10 AM through TicketsWest. What if you could win tickets before they go on sale?

Here at 96.7 KISS FM, we were able to get ahold of tickets before they go on sale this Friday! How can you win? It's simple and easy.

Down below, fill out the form with your name and number before Friday, February 24th at 5 PM, and you are in to win! All you have to be is 18 years old or older to enter to win.

2023 is set up to be a banner year for incredible concerts in Montana, and it's fantastic to see a phenomenal show like Jelly Roll get announced to be right here in Bozeman. So why not make your year better and get in to win Jelly Roll tickets? Good luck!

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