414 Deacon Blvd
Who: Montgomery Gentry
When: Saturday, September 11th, 2021 at 7:30 PM. Doors open at 6:30 PM
Where: Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex
Parking: $10 at Coliseum Lot off Deacon Blvd
Tickets: Click here
Rescheduling due to COVID-19: Due to ongoing restrictions from public health and government entities related to the coronavirus pandemic, and for its concerns for the health and safety concerns of its patrons, staff and musicians the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds will reschedule Montgomery Gentry as part of the 2020 WBRF Classic Country Concert Series. The concerts will be held in the Annex Theatre at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds.
Tickets already purchased for the May 22 performance are still valid for the September 4th performance. Anyone wanting to request a refund may do so by returning to the original purchase point. If tickets were purchased at the box office please call 336.734.1582 and leave a detailed message.
Tickets for the 2020 Classic Country Series are still on sale, with tickets for individual show tickets starting at $25 and a 4-show bundle starting at $72. All other remaining concerts are scheduled to be at their original dates and times.
Press and Media inquiries please contact Rachael Lough at the information provided above.
When the two Kentucky boys—Eddie, is from Lancaster and Troy is from Lexington—first busted onto the national scene in 1999 with the defiant “Hillbilly Shoes” notice was served—country music had never seen a hard-driving duo like this.
Despite the millions of albums sold, the sold-out shows, and the scores of awards, Montgomery Gentry remains in touch with its working-class roots. “We are blue-collar workers and we lived the songs that we sing,” says Troy. “Because of that, our fans are able to make the connection and when they hear our songs, they know we are singing with passion and we know what we are talking about.”
Make no mistake about it: Montgomery Gentry has secured a place in musical history with a unique blend of country, southern rock, and Everly Brothers-like harmonies combined with relatable lyrics.
“We grew up on Charlie Daniels, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Merle Haggard,” Eddie says with conviction. “That’s who we are. We cut our teeth in the honky-tonks and no matter what you try to do, we have to be us or it just doesn’t sound right.”