Vandoliers Announce Concert at the Rialto with Eli Howard & The Greater Good

 Texas alt country band Vandoliers will perform at the Rialto in Bozeman on July 2, 2024 with Eli Howard & The Greater Good.

“Your favorite punk band’s favorite country band,” Vandoliers take pride in their raucous, breakneck vibe that’s all their own. They’ve released four studio albums including their most recent, self-titled album which came out in 2022.

No Depression praised the album, saying “The Vandoliers perfect the ways punk and country relate to each other” and The Musical Divide said “Vandoliers roar back to deliver their best album yet.” See for yourself and listen to the top tracks from the album: “Every Saturday Night,” “Better Run,” and “Bless Your Drunken Heart.”

Witness their highly energetic live show up close and personal and get ready for a night of rowdy country rock in Bozeman!


PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets are on sale now and available online, by phone at 1 (800) 653-8000 and at the Bozeman box office at The ELM. All tickets are general admission standing room only. All ages are welcome.

About Vandoliers

Vandoliers are a uniquely Texas band, distilling the Lone Star State’s vast and diverse musical identity into a raucous, breakneck vibe that’s all their own. After spending much of the last three years furiously writing and recording music, this Dallas-Fort Worth six-piece is back with The Vandoliers, a new album that proves these rowdy, rollicking country punks are tighter, more cohesive and more sonically compelling than ever.

Forged in the fires of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Vandoliers is the product of a time of immense growth and change for the band. Though most of the record was written in 2019, following the release of their much-acclaimed album Forever, plans changed quickly in March 2020. “It was supposed to be a quick turnaround,” frontman Joshua Fleming says. “After touring with Lucero and the Toadies, we were supposed to go into the studio to knock out an album, and head to Europe for the first time.” That didn’t happen —their tours were canceled, the band’s label folded, and what was to come next was totally up in the air. Continue reading…