Thursday, August 21, 2014
- Front Row Journey Tix Giveaway!
- SU’s Gerry McNamara!
- Free Parking!
The Frozen Dome Classic is set, Saturday November 22nd in the Carrier Dome. Tickets are $20, $30 and $50.
Online at ticketmaster
At the Syracuse Crunch Office (800 S. State Street, Syracuse, NY 13204)
In person at the Carrier Dome Box Office (Gate B)
At any Ticketmaster Outlet
Over the phone (315) 473-4444
The Syracuse Crunch vs The Utica Comets
SUNY Oswego vs. Utica College
TK99/TK105 will be the Bill Rapp Superstore Beach House at the New York State Fair August 21st – September 1st, presented by Shapiro Motors. Located inside Gate 32 between the Coliseum and Cattle Building, conveniently next to the Wine and Beer Gardens.
The Beach House provided by Wood Tex
Journey and Cheap Trick will be at the New York State Fair Grandstand on Thursday August 28th, 7:30pm. Listen to TK to win tickets. Gomez, Dave and Lisa will give away tickets in the front row! Listen this week to win. Tickets prices at $65, $55, and $45 are on sale at the Fair’s only and official online ticket agent, etix.com. Tickets can also be purchased by phone, at 1 (800) 514-3849, option 1.
Baseball season is here! Enjoy every game on TK99 and TK105.
8/19 Yankees/Astros 7:05pm
8/20 Yankees/Astros 7:05pm
8/21 Yankees/Astros 1:05pm
TK will air commercial free music on our stream, click on the listen live button or download the app today at I-tunes or Google play.
The Toyota Frozen Dome Classic
Play The Pigskin Challenge and College Top 15 Pick off
NYS Fair TK's Beach House
Journey and Cheap Trick at the NYS Fair
Yankees Baseball on TK99 and TK105
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