Listening to Cat Country Utah Pays off! We are now giving you the opportunity to win a trip to Las Vegas to see Morgan Wallen Live at Allegiant Stadium!

Now is the time to take care of yourself before all of the holidays are in full swing.

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In between your shopping and cleaning up the house and yard, you can listen to DJ & Aaronee and get the codes to enter on Cat country Utah App. Know the phone number 435-674-7014 to call or text in.

Morgan Wallen
Big Loud

Morgan Wallen sold out stadiums across the United States this year, and we want to make sure you have a chance to catch one of Country's biggest stars in concert in 2024.

Imagine it now-- experiencing Morgan Wallen LIVE at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas! Sound good?

Here's What You Could Win

  • Roundtrip airfare for two to see Morgan Wallen in Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Two-night hotel stay in Vegas
  • Two tickets to see Morgan Wallen at Allegiant Stadium in August 2024
  • $500 in spending money

Here's How You Enter the Contest

Listen for the codes you need to enter below on weekdays starting Monday, November 6, 2023, through Wednesday, November 22, 2023. You can also gain additional entries by following the prompts to get social with us.

*This is a multi-market promotion open to those ages 21 and older who reside in the contiguous United States. One (1) winner will be selected at random from eligible entries received on Monday, November 27, 2023. Prize is provided by Big Loud.*

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Morgan Wallen has sold his Nashville home for $835,000. The country singer sold his home for a $135,000 profit five months after being filmed on his driveway using the N-word. The 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom house is a two-story house near Nashville's 8th Ave. It's over 2,700 square feet. Redfin confirmed the house sold on July 8, 2021, less than one month after it was listed.

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