GODSMACK: Going Where Few Have Gone Before

Jared Miller of the Great Falls Tribune is reporting that corporate connections and a little luck probably helped sign GODSMACK for a May 5 concert in Great Falls, Montana, said Lori Cox, director of marketing for Montana ExpoPark.

"If a group of this magnitude has no route in this area, it's darn near impossible to get them here without a whole lot of money, Cox said.

Tickets for the Great Falls show are $29.50. Compared with $70 for low-end seats at upcoming GODSMACK shows in Connecticut and Illinois, the price is a deal, Cox said.

Price wasn't a factor for 23-year-old Laurie Wagner, who was near the head of the ticket line Saturday.

"I'd pay anything to see them," Wagner said. "We're really shocked they would come here. Why would someone like that come to this small town?" [Read more]


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