The countdown is on for the WYRK Toyota Taste of Country. We want to make sure you're there so be listening to win tickets all this week!

It's a yearly tradition.  The WYRK Toyota Taste of Country played their first show at the ballpark in 2001 and has been going strong ever since (except for the pandemic years).  It is back again this year with an incredible lineup.

Who is playing the WYRK Toyota Taste of Country this year?

This lineup includes Old Dominion, Jon Pardi, Chris Janson, Chayce Beckham, Shaboozey, and our Taste of Country Riser Competition winner Voyagr.  It's a little something for everyone and we couldn't be more excited.

Where do I have to be for the Taste of Country and when?

We will be back at Sahlen Field once again for another year at the ballpark.  The date has been set at June 21, 2004 and tickets are on sale right now.  You can get them on your WYRK app, by clicking this link, or by stopping down in person to the Sahlen Field box office during business hours.

Can I win tickets for the Taste of Country?

There are a ton of opportunities to win tickets to the WYRK Toyota Taste of Country.  Not only is our Toyota Tundra still out on the road, we are still giving away the Platter's chocolate bars, you can still get signed up to be our TOC SuperFan, and we still have ways to win in person and online.  But this week thanks to our friends at Big Indian Smoke Shop, we are going to be giving away a ton of tickets on the air.  Just be listening throughout the workday to call and win.  We will give a pair of tickets away every hour weekdays starting with Clay and Company right straight through your workday with Brett Alan and on your drive home with Megan Carter.

You just need to listen and get your phone ready to win!  Good luck!

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