Win Parker McCollum Tickets for His Sold Out Nacogdoches Show
To say that Parker McCollum's is rising would be a vast understatement. Let's take a look at what he has accomplished in just the past 18 months or so
- On April 24, 2021, he sold out the Nacogdoches County Expo Center
- In March of this year, a crowd of 73,243 watched Parker perform at the 2022 RodeoHouston.
- A few weeks ago, McCollum was announced as the kick-off performer for the 2023 RodeoHouston
- Parker won the 2022 Academy of Country Music Award for New Male Artist of the Year.
- He won the 2022 CMT Breakthrough Video of the Year with 'To Be Loved By You'
- McCollum is nominated for the 2022 Best New Artist of the Year at the upcoming Country Music Association Awards.
- He has scored back-to-back #1 songs with "Pretty Heart" and "To Be Loved By You"
- This Saturday's show (11/5) at the Nacogdoches County Expo Center is sold out.
The Conroe, Texas native will be back in Nacogdoches on Saturday, November 5. Once again, the concert will be at the Nacogdoches County Expo Center. William Beckmann will be opening the show, then, the Josh Abbott Band will take the stage before the night closes with McCollum.
As mentioned earlier, that show is sold out. However, you can still win tickets with KICKS 105 and our free app.
Tuesday and Wednesday, we will be sending several winning words to your phone via our KICKS 105 App. Each word you enter in the contest area below gets you another entry into our drawings for a free pair of tickets to the show. Those words will be sent in the 9 am, 11 am, and 3 pm hours.
Make sure you have enabled the contest alert settings inside the app.
Here's How to Enable The Contest Alert Settings
After opening the KICKS 105 App, click on the 3 lines on the top left portion of the screen.
Towards the bottom of the drop-down bar, click on 'Settings'.
Click on 'Alert Settings'
Make sure that the ball inside the oval is clicked toward the right
That's it, now you're able to receive the winning words. If you happen to miss the words as they are sent, you can always click on '(!) Alerts' as shown in screen number two above, to retrieve previous alert messages.