Popular country music artist Kip Moore will perform two intimate shows at the Armory Music Hall at the Kimpton Armory Hotel in downtown Bozeman in March.

The shows are scheduled for March 5 & 6 at the Armory Music Hall.

Only 37 tables for two, four, or six people will be sold for each show. Each table will include all food and beverage during the show, including a curated drink menu by a dedicated cocktail server.

VIP Packages are also available. In addition to the items listed above, VIP Packages include and artist interlude with Kip Moore prior to the show and a full bar in addition to the curated drink menu.

Once again, the shows are limited to 37 tables and a maximum of 136 people. You'll literally be up close and personal with Kip Moore.

Individual tickets will not be available for purchase. Instead, tickets will be offered only as a part of table packages for two, four, or six people.

Here is a venue table chart for the Armory Music Hall (Adjusted for Social Distancing per Covid-19 Approved Plan)

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Table Package Options:

  • Two (2) Person Table Package ($550 per person) - Floor table for 2 and specialty cocktails, wine, and beer at the event (dedicated table service)
  • Two (2) Person VIP Table Package ($650 per person) - Pre-show artist interlude with Kip, premium view table for 2, and specialty cocktails, wine, beer, and full bar option at the event (dedicated table service)
  • Four (4) Person Table Package ($550 per person) - Floor table for 4 and specialty cocktails, wine, and beer at the event (dedicated table service)
  • Four (4) Person VIP Table Package ($650 per person) - Pre-show artist interlude with Kip, premium view table for 4, and specialty cocktails, wine, beer, and full bar option at the event (dedicated table service)
  • Six (6) Person VIP Table Package ($650 per person) - Pre-show artist interlude with Kip, premium view table for 6, and specialty cocktails, wine, beer, and full bar option at the event (dedicated table service)

Table packages are still available for the March 5 & March 6 shows.

The two shows have been established through formal review and approval by the Gallatin City-County Health Department. Special protocols will be utilized to insure the health and safety of all patrons, artists, and staff. Protocols will include but are not be limited to: mandatory temperature checks at the point of entry to the event, mask requirements while inside the music hall and hotel at all times when not seated, social distancing of a minimum of six feet between tables and unrelated groups. Any patrons with a fever or temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will be respectfully declined entry to the event. If you are sick, running a fever, or have been exposed to COVID-19, please stay home until you are healthy.

For more information about the shows and table package options, click here.

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