Justin Moore and Tracy Lawrence are finally in Bismarck.  In fact, Justin Moore was hanging out in Bismarck yesterday on Wednesday, September 23rd.  Bobcat is sponsoring his tour, and Justin took a tour of the Doosan Bobcat facility in Bismarck.  You can see that below.


Rumors were flying of Justin Moore hanging out around town last night as well.  Maybe you saw him having a cold one somewhere?

Well, I had to drop something off at the Bismarck Event Center this afternoon, and I got to see his tour crew bustin' their humps getting ready for the show tonight.

Rick Rider

It seems kind of surreal that show is even going to happen.  It's been postponed three previous times.  The first time due to extreme weather at another location on tour.  That show was rescheduled to April 8th, 2020.  However, COVID-19 had other ideas for that date.  The show was then postponed to December 4th, 2020.  COVID-19 was once again the culprit and the show was moved to September 23rd, 2021.

Tickets are still on sale at etix or you can buy them at the Bismarck Event Center Box office.

Rick Rider

Don't forget you can do some pre-gaming before the show at Borrowed Bucks Roadhouse.  The official Justin Moore Pre-Party is on at Bucks from 4 to 6 pm tonight.  Great drink specials, games, prizes and more tickets to the show to be given away.

Rick Rider

We've also got some last chance tickets to giveaway on the air this afternoon too!  Don't forget, US 103-3 is your Country Concert Leader with MORE local winners!  Thanks for listening!


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