K99 To Produce 2011 Greeley Stampede Concerts
The Greeley Stampede announced today that it has entered into a partnership with Townsquare Media to produce and operate concerts at the 2011 Greeley Stampede, the world’s largest 4th of July Rodeo, which will be celebrating its 89th year of continuous operation.
Townsquare Media is the parent company of 171 radio stations across the country, including K99 (KUAD-FM), TRI 102.5 (KTRR-FM), 94.3 MAX-FM (KMAX-FM) & 99.9 The Point (KKPL-FM) in Fort Collins-Greeley, CO. Townsquare Media will schedule and produce the Greeley Stampede concerts during the annual summer celebration.
“As part of the new partnership, Townsquare Media will take on the financial risk and reward of producing concerts at the Stampede,” said Greeley Stampede Night show Chairman Kyle Holman, “Their expertise in producing concert events across the country will ensure that the Greeley Stampede continues to bring quality entertainment at an affordable price to Northern Colorado.”
“Colorado’s Best and Most Country, K99 (KUAD-FM) has been a longstanding supporter and partner of the Greeley Stampede,” said Townsquare Media Vice President/General Manager Cal Hall. “We are thrilled to take this partnership to the next level and excited to be working with the leading heritage rodeo event in the region – we look forward to many years of successful partnership.” he added.
Concerts will be held on the following four dates: June 24, June 25, July 1, and July 2. Acts and ticket prices will be announced shortly. As in previous years, tickets will be available through the Greeley Stampede Box Office in Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley. Ticket purchasers are also able to buy tickets through TicketsWest at any Colorado King Soopers store, or online at GreeleyStampede.org (convenience charges may apply).
Listen to K99, Colorado’s Best and Most Country for concert announcements and updates over the coming weeks and visit the Greeley Stampede, “The World’s Largest 4th of July Rodeo & Western Celebration,” this summer during the 89th Annual summer festival, June 24-July 4, 2011.