Sunday, June 23 is going to be a Damn Good Time in Missoula.  Quite literally.  Country superstar Jordan Davis, riding the wave of his recent #1 single "Tuscon Too Late" will be bringing his Damn Good Time Tour to the Adams Event Center on the campus of the University of Montana.  It looks as though the tour's title is 100% accurate.

Jordan Davis burst onto the Country Music scene in a big way in 2017 with his debut single "Singles You Up" which was followed by his top ten hit "Take It From Me".  His debut album "Home State" would produce another hit with "Slow Dance in a Parking Lot" propelling Davis to headliner status.  His hit with Luke Bryan, "Buy Dirt", would make him a country superstar.

The Damn Good Time tour, however, is not just one star but three as supporting acts Mitchell Tenpenny and Ashley Cooke are the supporting acts.  Tenpenny is known for his hits "Drunk Me" and "Truth About You" and is currently headlining his own tour along with opening for Luke Bryan on select dates.  Ashley Cooke is currently rising to stardom and is in heavy rotation on country stations across the country with her hit "Your Place".

Showtime is 7pm with the doors at the Adams Event Center opening at 6pm.  This is an all-ages show.  Tickets are available now at

**Please Note: This is a rescheduled event. All tickets purchased for the originally scheduled date will be honored at the rescheduled date. No exchanges necessary. 

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