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CONTEST WINNER: COUNTRY THUNDER SASKATCHEWAN 2024
POSTED DATE:Jun 14, 2024

CONTEST WINNER: COUNTRY THUNDER SASKATCHEWAN 2024
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A trail of campers, RVs and trailers made their way to Craven on Wednesday, in preparation for the four day non-stop celebration that is Country Thunder Saskatchewan.

The country music festival returns once again to the valley – this year celebrating its one millionth fan.

Whomever happens to be the lucky attendee will be awarded with two platinum experience passes and artist hospitality access for life – along with other prizes.

“I mean the people that have been here before know that this is something really hard to explain unless you’ve actually experienced it but we’ve got all the music Friday, Saturday, Sunday on our main stage,” Digital Manager Megan Benoit told CTV News.

“We’ve also got our beer gardens and our songwriter stage so really entertainment for everyone on all three of those stages.”

Synonymous with the festival is the high temperatures predicted for the weekend.

The festival’s medical team shared some advice for those spending their weekend in the valley.

“Find some shade. Keep yourself hydrated. Make sure that you’re eating properly, because your body is going to burn the fuel a lot faster than this heat,” Health and Safety Manager Belinda Mitchell explained.

“Make sure you’re wearing a hat, sunglasses. Make sure you get those fluids in you to go with the alcohol.”

For many attendees, it is far from their first rodeo.

That’s the case for Jim Monaghan. He’s attended the past 14 Country Thunder Saskatchewan festivals – and has the wristbands to prove it.

He shared some tips he’s picked up over the years.

“Buy a good generator, bring lots of gas, bring lots of drinks, some refreshments, and make sure the power is working for the heat,” he said. “Friends of ours bring a foot pool. At minimum throw some ice in there, leave your feet in there.”

Festivities begin on Thursday, with Dallas Smith headlining on Friday night, followed by Nickelback on Saturday. Luke Combs will close out the weekend Sunday night.




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Get ready for the country music event of the year! Country Thunder Saskatchewan is back, and this time, its bigger and better than ever!

Mark your calendars for July 11, 2024, and prepare for an experience you will never forget! But wait, it gets even better!

You could win the ultimate Country Thunder Saskatchewan experience!

Picture yourself surrounded by the hottest country acts, enjoying delicious festival food, and making memories that will last a lifetime.

Entering is easy! Just sign up for our VIP Club and register for this exclusive contest at vipclub.evoradio.ca. Its your chance to be front and center at the most anticipated country music event of the summer!

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Enter to Win the Ultimate Country Thunder Saskatchewan Experience! Enter To Win by Signing Up To VIP Club and Register For This Contest!! Listen TO Win on June 7, 2024 at 3:15pm CST (GMT-6) AND June 14, 2024 at 3:15pm CST (GMT-6)

Headliners: Luke Combs, Nickelback, Dallas Smith, Jackson Dean, Josh Ross, Gary Allan, Tenille Arts, Lonestar, Shenandoah, Phil Vassar, Meghan Patrick, Jake Worthington, and Lydia Sutherland!

EACH CONTEST DRAW INCLUDES 4 WEEKEND GENERAL ADMISSION PASSES!

COUNTRY THUNDER SASKATCHEWAN DETAILS

Our most popular experience! One weekend General Admission ticket includes: Admission to the full event, Thursday, July 11 - Sunday, July 14 with access to our campgrounds. *Only those fans will full event admission are permitted to enter our campgrounds. A campsite must be purchased separately. Access to all stages and all performances during the full event. *Please note, the Beer Gardens are 19+ Complimentary shuttle rides from Regina and Moose Jaw, courtesy of SGI. Schedule, locations, and more information coming soon. General admission is considered lawn-style seating. You are welcome to bring your own chair or blanket, or enjoy the show from our grandstands. Kids 10 and under are welcome for free in General Admission areas when accompanied by an adult with a General Admission ticket.

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* Artists and programming are subject to change without notice.
* Country Thunder Saskatchewan is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items. It is recommended that you do not bring valuables.
* Schedule is subject to change without notice.



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Country music star Luke Bryan took a tumble while on stage in Vancouver on Saturday night, and he and fans laughed it off.

The singer and American Idol judge was in town for the Coast City Country Festival at B.C. Place, a stop on his “Mind of a Country Boy Tour.”

Videos on social media show the fall unfold—Bryan is seen walking across the stage, when his feet suddenly go up from under him and he lands flat on his back.

It appears he slipped on a fan’s phone, as he holds it up and jokes “my lawyer will be calling” before throwing it to someone in the crowd.

Bryan then asks if anyone caught the bail on camera. An audience member passes their phone to him, and he replays the video for the crowd.

“I need some viral,” he says. “This is viral!”

Coast City Country wrapped up on Saturday, when Bryan headlined the main stage following Nickelback on Friday.




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A Saskatchewan-born country singer has plans to put out a new album this spring, describing it as “the breakup album I didn’t know I was writing.”

Tenille Arts, originally from Weyburn, posted online that her next album, titled “To Be Honest”, is set for release May 3.

Several of the tracks are already available on various music streaming platforms, including a duet with LeAnne Rimes titled “Jealous of Myself.”

“I owe you guys something real, and I owe myself something real,” Arts wrote in her announcement post. “I love you all and I cannot wait for you to hear these 14 songs.”

“To Be Honest” will be the 29-year-old’s fourth full-length album, and her first since 2021’s “Girl to Girl”, which was nominated for Country Album of the Year at the following year’s Juno Awards.




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Country music lost a cowboy, Oklahoma lost a treasured son and the U.S. military lost an ardent friend Monday when Toby Keith succumbed to an extended battle with stomach cancer. He was 62 years old.

Toby Keith passed peacefully last night ... surrounded by his family, a statement shared to his website read. He fought his fight with grace and courage. Please respect the privacy of his family at this time.

Keith revealed in June of 2022 that he had been diagnosed with stomach cancer in the Fall of 2021 and had already undergone chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. He performed his last three concerts at Park MGMs Dolby Live in Las Vegas in December but was forced to cancel an event with CMT in January.

The Shouldve Been a Cowboy singer was born Toby Keith Covel on July 8, 1961. He broke into country music with Shouldve Been a Cowboy in 1993, and the song became his first of 20 No. 1 hits. His other chart-toppers include How Do You Like Me Now?!, As Good As I Once Was, My List and his Willie Nelson duet Beer for My Horses. But some of his biggest hits – including Red Solo Cup – never went No. 1.

Keith was known for his passionate support of the U.S. military and made frequent trips to war zones to play for the troops. Post 9/11, he released his defiant, fist-pumping Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue, which also became a No. 1 hit.

Keith described himself to CNN as a third-generation Democrat but maintained there was nothing political about supporting the troops.

President Trump awarded Keith the National Medal of Arts, the highest award given to artists and arts patrons by the United States government, in 2021.

The 64 singers other honors include two CMA Awards and 12 ACM Awards, including ACM Entertainer of the Year in 2003 and 2004 and special ACM Awards, including the Tex Ritter Film Award (2009), Career Achievement Award (2014), Poets Award (2017) and Merle Haggard Spirit Award (2021). He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2015 and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2021. Throughout his career, Keith was nominated for seven Grammy Awards, and BMI honored him in 2022 with its prestigious Icon Award.

He performed at the 2023 Peoples Choice Country Awards in September and went viral with his Dont Let The Old Man In. Clint Eastwood inspired Keith to write the song in 2018, and it was featured in Eastwoods movie The Mule. Keith told The Tennessean then that writing it is one of my favorite things I ever did in my life.

2023 marked Keiths 30th year in country music – but worked toward country music success much longer than that.

Country Aircheck reported Keith received his first guitar when he was 8 years old. As he got older, the singer occasionally worked at his grandmothers Billie Garners Supper Club in Fort Smith, Arkansas, where he occasionally performed. He worked in the oil fields when he graduated high school and formed his Easy Money Band when he was 20. In the early 80s, Keith played semi-professional football for the Oklahoma City Drillers, and by the mid-80s, his band was popular on the honky-tonk circuit in Oklahoma and Texas.

Famed producer Harold Shedd heard about Keith and signed him to Mercury Records. His debut album produced four chart-toppers, including Shouldve Been a Cowboy. He hopped among record labels for years before founding Show Dog Nashville in 2005. In 2009, Show Dog merged with Universal South but went independent again six years later.

Keith was known as a philanthropist. In addition to his work with the military, he headed up a benefit concert to aid his fellow Oklahomans who were devastated by a tornado in 2013 and used his Toby Keith Foundation to build and fund the OK Kids Korral, a no-cost home for children and their families battling cancer in Oklahoma.

When someone I know passes away, I usually think of two things: my own mortality and what I learned from this person, said Garth Brooks, a fellow Oklahoman who played Keiths 2013 benefit concert. What I learned from Toby is what I hope I am able to do when its my turn to wear those shoes. He was ALWAYS Toby...all the way up to his passing.

Keith opened a chain of Toby Keiths I Love This Bar & Grill restaurants and grew his business to include a clothing line and alcohol brands. In 2013, Forbes featured Keith on the cover with the caption, Country Musics $500 Million Man.

Another of Keiths fellow Oklahomans, Carrie Underwood wrote: Saddle up the horses, Jesus, cause a true blue COWBOY just made his ride up to heaven!!! Introduce him to all the Okies and sign that boy up for the choir! Were gonna miss you, Toby, but my heart has no doubt that you are standing in the presence of our King right now!!! See you again someday, friend.

Keith is survived by his wife, Tricia, three children, Shelley, Krystal, and Stelen, his mother, and two siblings.




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MISS ME YET
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OLD DOMINION
WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE
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IF I WAS A COWBOY
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CRY WHISKEY
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DOWN ON THE BEACH
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GETTING EVEN
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LAYIN YOUR LOVE ON ME
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LISTEN TO ME
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