Summer in September: Featuring Chris Janson on September 5th

Voyagers and University of Providence partner for Summer in September

By Great Falls Voyagers | July 25, 2018 10:35 AM

This new annual event is provided by a partnership between the Great Falls Voyagers and The University of Providence. This will also be a fundraiser for the Argo athletic department. Tickets are on sale now at "Summer in September" featuring Chris Janson will be the latest in a long line of great stadium shows at the ballpark that in previous years have included Eddie Money, Josh Turner, Aaron Tippin, RaeLynn and more.

Chris Janson is a Platinum-selling high octane entertainer, multi-instrumentalist, award-winning singer/songwriter, and the youngest living member of the Grand Ole Opry. His sophomore album, Everybody, produced his second No. 1 hit single, "Fix A Drink," the chart-topping follow up to his No. 1 debut smash and summer anthem, "Buy Me A Boat." His current single, "Drunk Girl," is climbing the country airplay charts while being hailed by the Tennessean as "a shoo-in for a Song of the Year nomination." Janson closed out the 53rd ACM Awards with what Rolling Stone called a "must-see performance," and he floored his audience at Stagecoach. Janson is currently on the "Life's Whatcha Make It Tour" with Jake Owen, as well as doing his own headlining dates, which included a sold-out show at the historic Ryman Auditorium. For tour dates and more information, visit .


Tickets are $30 for stadium general admission, $35 for field tickets and you can also receive a $30 field ticket with a valid college ID. There will be food and drink vendors on the field as well. Doors will open at 5:30pm on Wednesday, September 5th with music beginning at 6pm. There will be two opening acts to be announced in the coming weeks. For more information or tickets stop by Centene Stadium or call the Voyagers office at 406-452-5311 or click here for tickets




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