A concert announcement that will get you out of your seat and singing along in no time! We are constantly adding more great artists to our list for 2023 and this guy is definitely one you don't want to miss.

Live Nation and First Interstate Area at MetraPark in Billings is excited to announce the following:

Jon Pardi

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First Interstate Arena at MetraPark

Billings, MT

November 4, 2023

Jon Pardi is one of those artists who give you that genuine country feel;  the good two-stepping, knee-slapping, "cheers that beer" kind of country. Before the end of the night, you will have no voice left after singing along to some of Pardi's favorites.

Pardi is most known for songs like Dirt On My Boots, Night Shift, Heartache Medication, and Last Night Lonely, just to name a few.

You can win tickets BEFORE they even go on sale now. It's incredibly easy! Just listen to Derek and Megan and the XL Country morning show for all the details. I will give you a little hint: download the App.


If you are ready to add another outstanding artist to your "I've seen in concert" list, you won't want to miss out on this opportunity.


WHO: Jon Pardi

WHAT: Mr. Saturday Night Tour World Tour

WHEN: November 4th, 2023

WHERE: First Interstate Arena at MetraPark, Billings, MT

Grab your friends and mark your calendars for one of the best nights of your life. We will see YOU in November in Billings!

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