Ray LaMontagne, a folk rock singer-songwriter, will headline a concert at Breese Stevens Field in Madison on July 6.
He will be accompanied by indie musician Neko Case for the show, which is the third concert announced for the 2018 season at the popular outdoor venue. Tickets go on sale March 9 at 10 a.m., and prices start at $35 for general admission.
LaMontagne, a Grammy Award winner, will come to Breese Stevens Field, 917 E. Mifflin St., as part of a tour for the release of his seventh album.
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The operator of Breese Stevens Field, Big Top Baseball, which also runs the Madison Mallards baseball team, is seeking major changes to its contract with the city.
One of the changes would be increasing the number of concerts from seven to 14 over time, which has drawn some concern from surrounding neighbors.
Queens of the Stone Age are set to play at the Near East Side venue with Royal Blood on May 22, and Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers will host a concert on June 16.