Gary Allan is bringing his "The Ruthless Tour: 25 Years The Hard Way" tour to Bossier City this Friday night, September 9, at 8:00 pm at Margaritaville Resort Casino.

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Officially, the concert is sold out, however, for those who missed out on the initial public offering of tickets, there is still a way to be there.

For those die-hard Gary Allan fans willing to pay premium prices for a night with the mega-star, this could be the best news you will read all week. Shows There Are Still A Few Resale Tickets

At this writing, there are a total of 17 "Verified Resale Tickets" available at

These remaining tickets are priced ranging from $225 each to $395.  These are the only re-sale tickets for which Ticketmaster will guarantee authenticity. The only remaining tickets are highlighted in the image below.

To check prices for those seats highlighted above, just go HERE.

For those fans lucky enough to have already scored tickets for the show, this one is going to be huge!

Stephen Lovekin, Getty Images for Big Barrel
Stephen Lovekin, Getty Images for Big Barrel

Allan has hit country music's coveted Number One spot with four different singles including "Man to Man", "Tough Little Boys", "Nothing On But the Radio" and "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain). Another of his crowd favorites is "Watching Airplanes."

Doors at the Paradise Theater in Margaritaville will open at 7:00 pm and the show will begin at 8:00 pm. As with all concerts at Margaritaville, all persons must be at least 21 years of age.

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