Blackberry Smoke To Ignite The ELM This Saturday – Georgia Rock At It’s Finest
Your Saturday night just got more rockin'. One of Georgia's best bands, Blackberry Smoke, will be playing The ELM on North 7th Avenue this Saturday, September 9th. A healthy dose of southern rock with thoughtful lyrics are the signature sound for this talented crew. If you're in need of a loud party on Saturday, this is your gig.
- WHO: Blackberry Smoke (from Atlanta, GA)
- SPECIAL GUEST: Miles Miller
- WHERE: The ELM (506 North Seventh Avenue, Bozeman)
- WHEN: Saturday, September 9th, 2023
- TIME: Doors 7:00pm // Show 8:00pm
- TICKETS: Reserved balcony loge seating, reserved premium balcony seating, and general admission standing room tickets are available for this show
- $35.00 General Admission (subject to fees) | This ticket type allows access to the floor section of the venue. Tickets are general admission standing room only.
- $45.00 Reserved Premium Balcony (subject to fees) | This ticket type allows access to the reserved seating located on the upper floor of the venue.
- $60.00 Premium Loge Seating (subject to fees) | The premium booths located on the balcony level (closest to the stage) are available for group purchase and include 6 tickets to the event.
Throughout their career, Blackberry Smoke — vocalist/lead guitarist Charlie Starr, guitarist/vocalist Paul Jackson, bassist/vocalist Richard Turner, drummer Brit Turner, and keyboardist Brandon Still — has embodied Georgia’s rich musical legacy, honoring the people, places and sounds of their home state. As the band celebrates their 20th anniversary this year, their reverence for Georgia has only deepened.
About the opener, Matt Miller: If you’re a fan of the country, Americana, and bluegrass world, it’s without a doubt you’ve already heard Miles Miller from his unwavering groove and feel to his seamless high lonesome harmonies. Recording and touring globally with artists like Sturgill Simpson, Tyler Childers, and Town Mountain, he made a name for himself as the sole drummer for the country/Americana surge of the last decade.