Covid-19 vaccines are being rolled out and we are starting to see activities we once knew and loved return to our lives!

For us at WOKQ, concerts are a HUGE part of our lives. In normal times we would be out and about almost every weekend at a different country show. We love hooking our listeners up with tickets to see their favorite country artists in concert. Plus it gives us a chance to hang out with them in real life (IRL as the kids say).

One of my favorite parts of this gig is when we get to upgrade listeners for wearing our WOKQ Neon Tees to a concert. Sometimes we get to upgrade their seats closer to the stage or even take them backstage to meet the artist. It is incredible!

Last year was pretty much a bust on the concert front, but today we got the BEST NEWS EVER! 2020 CMA Entertainer of the Year...

Eric Church is coming to the SNHU arena in Manchester, Friday December 3rd.

If you have never see the chief live in concert, you are in a for a real treat. He performs HARD for three hours straight. You will leave the show in absolute awe of his talent! Tickets are on sale exclusively to his fan club aka The Church Choir on May 4th and to the general public May 7th at 10 am.

We advise that you continue to listen to us, Chio and Kira in the Morning, if you would like to win your way in. A little birdie told us we will have some tickets to give away so stay tuned!

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Curious what names are trending in your home state? Keep reading to see if your name made the top five -- or to find inspiration for naming your baby.

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