The 400 Unit Bonner MT Tickets, KettleHouse Amphitheater, Sep 8, 2018, Concert
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The 400 Unit Bonner Concert Tickets in Sep 8, 2018 at KettleHouse Amphitheater in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced The 400 Unit North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at The 400 Unit Tour Page.


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Jason Isbell and The 400 UnitnStudio album by Jason IsbellnReleasedtFebruary 17, 2009nGenretSouthern Rock, Alternative countrynLabeltLightning Rod RecordsnJason Isbell chronologynSirens of the Ditch n(2007)tJason Isbell and The 400 Unitn(2009)tHere We Rest n(2011)Professional ratingsnReview scoresnSourcetRatingnAllmusict [1]nPitchfork Mediat(7.4/10)nSlantJason Isbell and The 400 Unit is Jason Isbell's second full-length album, and first album released with The 400 Unit as accompanying band. The deluxe version of the album contains an additional four tracks. More...

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3 Responses to “The 400 Unit Bonner MT Tickets, KettleHouse Amphitheater, Sep 8, 2018, Concert”

  1. Man Ziv

    As good as it gets for live music! Opening act Charlie Crockett was really good, then an amazing set with Amanda Shires followed up by a tight, fun filled set by Jason Isbell and the awesome 400 Unit. The venue is great and and price was unheard of!

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  2. Andrea Mollins

    The venue and the performance were both wonderful. Food from food trucks was great.

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  3. Waylon Meinhardt

    I went for the opening act, Richard Thompson. I’ve seen him a few times and was again amazed by his talent. But the Smart Center has way too convoluted parking scheme and there are way too many employees and, dear lord, the place is huge and impersonal. But that’s just my opinion. Sitting in the balcony means not seeing the artist and that doesn’t have to be the case.

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