Get ready Bozeman!

Thomas Rhett is bringing his "Bring The Bar To You" Tour along with Parker McCollum and Conner Smith to Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on Friday, October the 7th, and 100.7 XL Country wants to send you to the show.

It's XL Country's "What's Your Country Song" Contest!

So, how does it work? All you have to do is click on the "Thomas Rhett" button and tell us what your favorite country song is.  Once you've done that, you're entered to win.  Then be listening to Derek and Megan each weekday between 7 and 7:30 am.  If they play the song that you requested and dedicate it to you, you have 10 minutes and 7 seconds to call the XL Country studio line at 406-582-1061 and claim your Thomas Rhett Tickets.


All winners must be 21 or older and must not have won in the last 30 days. Standard contest rules apply

The XL Country What's Your Country Song Contest! Tell us what your country song is and then tune into the XL Country Morning Show.  If you hear Derek and Megan play your country song and dedicated it to you, you have 10 minutes and 7 seconds to call and win tickets to see Thomas Rhett here in Bozeman.

The contest has ended. Thanks for entering!

It's the "Bring The Bar To You" Tour with Thomas Rhett, Parker McCollum, and Conner Smith on Friday, October 7th at Brick Breeden Fieldhouse with Montana's Best Country 100.7 XL Country.

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