The Bell County Expo Center is celebrating its 35th year with a HUGE concert, and US105 has your chance to win free tickets to the show.

Concert Announcement

It doesn't get much better than this: Jon Pardi will help help Central Texas' most beloved entertainment venue celebrate 35 years with a show at the Bell County Expo Center on Friday, July 15, 2022. Best of all, every ticket is only $35. 35 years, $35.


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Jon Pardi

Jon Pardi has released three albums, charted 12 singles, and hit #1 three times over his short career.

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His latest hit was Tequila Little Time.



Pardi has said he'll have new music ready for us later this year, and just released a new single from that upcoming album called Last Night Lonely.



 Tickets for Jon Pardi

Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, March 4 at 10am, but US105 has your chance to "Win 'Em Before You Can Buy 'Em" all week at 7 AM.

The Morning Routine with AZ & Tamme will give you a chance to call in and win, but be prepared ahead of time because you may have to answer our "Brain Buster" trivia question or even play an exciting round of "What Came First", "Morning Bingo", "True not False". You can also listen for the keyword we announce at 7am. You'll need the free US105 app for that one, as you'll need to enter that keyword in the "chat" field to win.

You'll just have to listen to find out how we give these away.

"Win 'Em Before You Can Buy 'Em"  as we celebrate 35 years of the Bell County Expo Center with Jon Pardi. Keep listening to Central Texas' #1 for New Country, US-105 to win!

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