Have you ever heard of a gig that sounds too good to be true? Well, this ad is REAL and it’s coming to a city near you.

Ray Brothers Barbeque in Bouckville, New York has announced that Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry will be stopping by their amphitheater this summer. The last time the band came to The Yard Amphitheater was in July 2019.

This will be Eddie Montgomery’s second stop at Bouckville since losing teammate Troy Gentry in 2018. Sadly, he was involved in a fatal helicopter crash in September. Eddie actually released a song called “Alive and Well” in 2021 which helped paint a picture of how he’s been doing since his close friend passed away.

Rick Diamond, Getty Images

Rick Diamond, Getty Images

The Yard Amphitheater at the Ray Brothers Barbeque can accommodate up to 1,500 guests and has hosted artists like Keller Williams, Zach Deputy, Turkuaz and Ryan Montbleau. 2019 alone brought JJ Gray, Martin Sexton and of course Montgomery Gentry.

Eddie Montgomery will come to Bouckville on August 6th. Tickets will officially go on sale Friday, March 4 at 11 a.m.

With nearly 1,500 people in attendance for their last time in Bouckville, concert-goers are recommended to get their tickets now before it’s too late. You can order them online today by heading to their website. There you can also get more information about the place and the restaurant.

The Yard Amphitheater via Facebook

The Yard Amphitheater via Facebook

Need a number to contact? Call (315) 893-7200 to order your tickets this way or get more information about the venue.

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