Josh Abbott Band / Andy Griggs / Glen Templeton / Jeff Canada & More TBA at the Montgomery Fall Festival
Saturday, October 8, 2022
Doors: 1:00 PM
Downtown Montgomery
FM 149 at College St
Montgomery, Texas 77356
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Josh Abbott Band / Andy Griggs / Glen Templeton / Jeff Canada & More TBA at the Montgomery Fall Festival

Saturday, October 8th - 2022
Gates at 1:00 PM

Ticket Info:

• $25 - Advance General Admission 
$30 Day of Show

• $10 - Kids aged 4-12
Ages 3 & under are free

• $125 - VIP Admission ($125 Day of Show) 
Includes Front of Stage Access, VIP Tent Access, VIP Bar, Hors d'oeuvres buffet, 1 free drink token

• Party Gazebo (Only 1 Available)
You and and your closest 20 friends or clients will have a 1st class party gazebo in the middle of the festival all to yourselves. Comes with personal bar, 40 free drink tokens, a Chic-Fil-A spread of munchies and the best view at the festival.

More Event Info:
  • Vendors
  • Food Trucks
  • Kids Zone
  • Petting Zoo!

This is a Rain or Shine Event. The Lineup is Subject to Change without Notice - No Refunds

All events are presumed to be Rain or Shine. With the exception of complete event cancellation, no refunds will be issued unless Refund Protection was purchased at checkout. Please see our Refund Policy for more details.

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Advance GA
Ages 4-12
VIP Admission
Formed in early 2006, JAB was founded by fraternity brothers: Josh Abbott, Austin Davis, Drew Hurt, and Neel Huey. After playing mostly acoustic open mic night shows at The Blue Light, Josh and Austin called on Drew and Neel to give the band a rhythm section. On their debut night, The Blue Light packed in a full house and a sense of something special was present! After a year of picking up local shows and greek parties, the band released a self-titled LP in 2007 featuring four tracks. Immediately, the band recorded a music video for "Buried Me" and entered it in the Music City Madness competition on After beating out over 600 other videos, the live concept video made the final cut!

The momentum kept rolling and JAB's popularity began to grow rapidly in Lubbock and on the Tech campus. Eventually, the band began to pick up road shows, and were invited to play the Zieg-Fest after-party at Lake Bryan. JAB knew they were starting to arrive when some of Texas country's most popular artists came to party and watch them, including: Eli Young Band, Roger Creager, Rich O'Toole, Kyle Bennett Band, and Brady Black of Randy Rogers Band. JAB has now played shows with: Pat Green, Eli Young Band, Randy Rogers Band, Wade Bowen, Stoney LaRue, Cory Morrow, Rich O'Toole, Adam Hood, Ryan James, The Hogg Maulies, Johnny Cooper, Matt Martindale, Charlie Shafter Band, and many more!