Montgomery Gentry Announces Their Nationwide 2018 Tour

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For the first time, Montgomery Gentry will go on the road as a solo act. After a four month hiatus, Eddie Montgomery will return to touring without Troy Gentry who died earlier this year during a helicopter accident. Montgomery and his band will embark on the Here’s To You Tour starting January 19 as the opening act for Alabama before traveling the country through September.


Next year marks the twentieth anniversary of the band. The tour will both function as an honoring and celebration of Gentry’s life and legacy. It is unclear how Gentry’s role will be filled during the tour.

Montgomery Gentry’s 2018 Here’s to You Tour Dates:

Jan. 19 — Sioux Falls, S.D. @ Denny Sanford Premiere Center*
Jan. 20 — St. Charles, Mo. @ The Family Arena*
Feb. 9 — Columbia, Mo. @ The Blue Note
Feb. 10 — Springfield, Ill. @ Boondocks
Feb. 23 — Indianapolis, Ind. @ 8 Seconds Saloon
March 2 — Clifton Park, N.Y. @ Upstate Concert Hall
March 9 — Jordan, N.Y. @ Kegs Canalside
March 10 — Warrendale, Pa. @ Jergel’s
March 16 — Medina, Ohio @ Thirsty Cowboy
March 17 — Columbus, Ohio @ The Bluestone
March 22 — August, Ga. @ Country Club Dance Hall and Saloon
March 23 — Birmingham, Ala. @ Iron City
June 2 — Marion, Kan. @ Chingawassa Days Festival
July 6 — Ft. Loramie, Ohio @ Country Concert at Hickory Hill Lakes
July 13 — New Salem, N.D. — ND Country Fest
July 14 — Pierz, Minn. @ Pierz Freedom Fest
July 20 — Hillsboro, Mo. @ Jefferson County Fair
July 21 — Springville, Ind. @ The Boogie
July 27 — Ridgefield, Ct. @ Ridgefield Playhouse
July 28 — Bar Harbor, Maine @ Criterion Theater
Aug. 2 — West Allis, Wisc. @ Wisconsin State Fair
Aug. 17 — Zanesville, Ohio @ Muskingum County Fair
Sept. 8 — Manistee, Mich. @ Little River Casino
Sept. 15 — Ventura, Calif. @ Boots and Brews

*Opening for Alabama

Dusty Sullivan
A southern fella whose roots are in The Natural State and heart is in the outdoors

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