When it comes to guitar, there are few in the music industry that are consider masters of the art of shredding. According to Guitar World's list of greatest guitarists, guitar masters include Brian May of Queen, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page of Led Zepplin, Eddie Van Halen, Eric Clapton, Alex Lifeson of Rush, Slash, Carlos Santana and the one and only Steve Vai of Whitesnake.

According to the official press release

Vai has proven himself, in his own right, to be one of music’s true originals. Vai’s work has been recognized with a long list of awards and honors, including over 15 from Guitar Player magazine alone. His career accomplishments have earned him honorary doctorates from Berklee College of Music and Musicians Institute. The 2016 Long Island Music Hall of Fame inductee was voted the 10th “Greatest Guitarist” by Guitar World magazine and consistently lands among the best in various lists of the top guitarists of all time.

Steve Vai has packed up his guitar and is taking it out on the road Spring of 2022, with the Inviolate Tour. Steve has Montana on his map, and will be stopping in Big Sky Country for 2 shows in March. Not only will Steve play a show in Bozeman at the brand new ELM Saturday March 26th. But, he will also make a stop right here in the Garden City for a show at The Wilma on Sunday March 27th.

A special pre-sale opportunity will happen this Thursday 9/16 from 10a to 10pm. To get presale code click here.

General tickets will go on sale Friday 9/17 at 10am.

Tickets are $42 for floor seating or reserved balcony seating. Or pay $50 for premium balcony seating.

Sunday March 27th

Doors at 7p Show starts at 8p


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Going in chronological order from 1956 to 2020, we present the best-selling album from the year you graduated high school.

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