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Go easy on your wallet and use our simple payment plan to split your order into three manageable payments.

Yes – you read that right! Buy now, pay later. We know that sometimes money can be a little tight, so we wanted to help out.

Purchaser must agree to the Payment Plans Terms & Conditions, including a default policy.

Payment Prices

1st Payment – 40% Deposit (+ all fees & HST)

2nd Payment – 30% Payment

3rd Payment – 30% Payment

Here’s the payment schedule that won’t break the bank:

40% down payment is required for your purchase.

After the first payment, two (2) additional payments will be automatically deducted from the card you used to make the down payment on the following dates:

2nd PaymentApril 1st, 2019

3rd PaymentMay 31st, 2019

A convenience fee has been added to the admission ticket included in the payment plan.

13% HST and all service fees will be charged on first payment.  

Default on payments will result in cancellation of your order, loss of down payment, and loss of any payments made prior to cancellation. It is your responsibility to manage your payment plan. You must pay attention to your bank and credit card statements to make sure your payment is successfully completed on each scheduled date. You will be granted a 10 day grace period from each scheduled payment date to process any missed payments, and instructions will be emailed from Ticketmaster to do so. If your payment is not made in full by the tenth day after the payment due date, your order will be cancelled and you will forfeit all amounts paid up to that point.

All purchases and partial purchases are non-refundable. If you fail, for any reason, to pay any of the installments you will void your ticket and you will not receive a refund.

All About Alabama

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ALABAMA is an american southern rock band from Fort Payne, Alabama. The group was formed in 1969 with members Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook (who are all cousins, by the way) under the name Wildcountry, but didn’t change their name to ALABAMA until 1977! They took off in the 1980’s after signing to RCA Records. Over the decade, the band racked up over 27 number one hit songs including “Mountain Music” (1982), “Dixieland Delight” (1983) and “If You’re Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band)” (1984) and have over 40 hit songs to date.

Because of their combination of southern rock, traditional country, and pop, ALABAMA have had worldwide success across all listeners, and have been credited with being “one of the most popular acts in American music history and substantially broadening country [music’s] audience”. They have sold over 75 Million records worldwide, making them one of the most successful bands in country music history. The band announced their disbandment in 2004 along with a farewell tour, but after only a six-year hiatus, the band returned in 2010. They continue to tour and record, plus will be hitting our stomping grounds at Burl’s Creek this July to be the first ever headliner of Big Sky Music Festival!

Top 10 Alabama Songs

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With over 40 hit singles, it’s hard to choose which of ALABAMA’s songs would fall into their Top 10! But we’ve tried to narrow it down the best and most iconic of the band’s long history. Let us know if you agree with our list by tweeting us @BigSkyFestival! We can’t wait to see them perform these hits LIVE this summer at Big Sky. Grab your tickets now and join us on Saturday July 20th - you won’t want to miss it, folks!

10. Old Flame (1981)

9. Tennessee River (1980)

8. Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler) (1984)

7. I’m In A Hurry (And Don’t Know Why) (1992)

6. High Cotton (1982)

5. If You’re Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band) (1984)

4. Mountain Music (1982)

3. Southern Star (1990)

2. Dixieland Delight (1983)

1. Song of the South (1989)

All About Travis Tritt

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Travis Tritt is an American country artist from Marietta, Georgia. He learned to play guitar at eight years old and as a teenager would write songs and perform at his church and at school. Tritt began recording demos which would eventually lead to his signing with Warner Bros. Records in 1987 when he was 24 years old. From there he recorded another 6 song demo for the record label which launched his career. His first single “Country Club” spent 26 weeks on the Hot Country Singles chart and his second single “Help Me Hold On” became his first number one. His third, fourth and fifth singles all also charted, landing him the award for “Top New Male Artist” from Billboard in 1990.

Since then, Tritt has released 10 studio albums and has had four other number 1 hit singles. He has won several awards including three ‘Vocal Event of the Year’ Awards for his songs “This One’s Gonna Hurt You”, “I Don’t need Your Rockin’ Chair” and “Honky Tonkin’s What I Do Best” at the Country Music Awards, as well as two Grammy Awards for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals in 1992 and 1999. Along with his music, Tritt has a lot of experience in acting, appearing in 27 different TV shows and Films from 1990 to 2018. Travis Tritt joins ALABAMA and Diamond Rio this summer as the first ever headlining acts at the Big Sky Music Festival!

All About Diamond Rio

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Diamond Rio are an American Christian-Country music band from Nashville, Tennessee. Beginning their time as a band they were known as Grizzly River Boys and Tennessee River Boys until assuming the name Diamond Rio in 1991. They signed to Arista Nashville in the same year and released their debut single “Meet in the Middle” which landed the number one spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, being the first band ever to do so with their first release. The band has nine studio albums, four Greatest Hits compilations and a Christmas record which have produced 33 charting singles, including 5 number 1 hits.

Throughout their time as a band they have been nominated for over 50 awards from various organizations, winning 8 of them, including a 2011 Grammy award for Best Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel Album for their record “The Reason”.