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FREE CONCERT TICKETS: If you live in Huber Heights, the Rose is offering a special deal

As part of their appreciation week, Rose Music Center will be giving away two tickets for two concerts this summer. 

>> JUST IN: Luke Bryan to perform at an area farm

Beginning Tuesday, May 29, at 11 a.m. through Saturday, June 2 at 2 p.m. residents will have access to two free tickets to each of these shows: 

JUNE 7 — Postmodern Jukebox

JUNE 28  Kenny G and The Tenors.

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Complimentary tickets can be obtained by bringing a driver’s license with a valid Huber Heights address to the venue box office (Box Office Hours: Mon – Fri, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m.  – 2 p.m.) or by going to and entering offer code: HUBER (not case sensitive). 

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This offer limits two tickets per show, per person. Offer is valid in select seat locations only and while supplies last. Free tickets have no cash value. All events rain or shine. Dates, times and artists subject to change without notice.

JUST ANNOUNCED: Luke Bryan to play concert at area farm 

A country music superstar is bringing his show to a farm near our neck of the woods. 

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Luke Bryan’s 10th annual farm tour will stop at Springfork Farms in Irwin, a community near Springfield and Urbana, on 6 p.m. Sept. 27.  Parking will begin at 2 p.m. and the doors will open at 5 p.m.

Ticket go on sale 10 a.m. June 6 at

They will be $51 in advance and $60 at the gate.

The tour includes five other farms as well:  

🤠 Sept 28 at Atkins Farm in Pesotum, Ill.

🤠 Sept. 29 at Ziel Farm in Boone, Iowa

🤠 Oct. 4 at  Whitehurst Cattle Company in Archer, Fla. 

🤠 Oct. 5 at Misty Morning Farms in North Augusta, S.C.

🤠 Oct. 6 at Doug Yates Farms in Ringgold, Ga.

>> Bad news if you want to go to Chappelle’s parties and don’t have tickets 

“Luke Bryan is the top country entertainer and is already coming to our area at Great American Ball Park June 16,” K99.1 FM New Country Mornings host Nancy Wilson said. “His farm tours are infamous for their rustic, down-home, in-your-face, close-to-fans feel. The fact that Luke is bringing this right in the Miami Valley’s own backyard is huge.” 

>> RELATED: Luke Bryan’s Cincy concert tickets are on sale. Here’s how to get yours

More than 100,000 fans have attended the annual tour since 2009. 

Bryan — a judge on “American Idol” — awards college scholarships to students from farming families attending local colleges or universities near the tour stops.

More than 50 scholarships have been given out. 

Bryan is a two-time Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year, a five-time host of the ACM Awards and a NSAI Artist/Songwriter of the Year.

He was named a CMT Artist of the Year six consecutive years.

His hits include “Country Girl;” “Do I;” “Most people are good;” Drink Beer; “Drunk on you;” “Strip it down” and “Huntin, Fishin & Lovin’.” 

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Luke Bryan’s coming to the area

It’s official: Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour is kicking off in Irwin, Ohio. That’s just 30 minutes northeast of Springfield, Ohio. The big concert will take place at Springfork Farms on Thursday, September 27th. 

Want to go? Here’s everything you need to know:

  • Date: Thursday, September 27th
  • Time: 6 p.m. (Parking opens at 2 p.m., Doors open at 5 p.m.)
  • Location: Spring Fork Farms (3370 Rosedale Road - Irwin, OH - 43029)
  • Tickets go on sale Wednesday, June 6th at 10 a.m.
  • Ticket prices: $51 in advance / $60 at the gate
  • Parking: $5 in advance / $20 day of show
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  • Map of Spring Fork Farms:

Bad news if you want to go to Chappelle’s parties and don’t have tickets 

As the old saying goes, you snooze you lose. 

But even some or us who didn’t snooze and had our credit cards and refresh button ready were left out of the party. 

>> Dave Chappelle throwing another epic party in Yellow Springs this weekend

>> RELATED: EVERY LAST celebrity was in Yellow Springs for Dave Chappelle's Juke Joint 

Both nights of Dave Chappelle’s Juke Joint at The Barn On Whitehall Farms at Tecumseh Land Trust  sold out in the blink of an eye. Literally within 15 minutes to be more precise.

Sorry guys. 

The sale for the shows set for this weekend on Sunday and Monday was originally promoted to start at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 24, on But it was pushed back to 7:30 p.m. 

Many ticket-seekers refreshed their screens and refreshed their screens but never got a chance to nab a golden ticket

The venue is a working farm, and spaces were limited. 

Tickets were $100 for the baler area (premium admission),  $70 for the homestead area (general admission) and $25 for the barn yard (lawn only). 

The cellphone-free parties will feature D-Nice and Fred Yonnet and The Band With No Name. 

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Here’s the description for anyone interested: 

This is a cell-phone free event. With the purchase of this ticket you agree to place your phone in a locked pouch that you will maintain throughout the evening. If you need to use your phone, there will be unlocking stations outside of the barn. You must be 21 and over to attend. ID’s will be checked and must match the name on the ticket. Attendees without a valid ID will not be admitted. Valid ID includes state or federal issued identification card. Must include photo and date of birth. TICKETS Tickets for Dave Chappelle’s Juke Joint are extremely limited and only available online on a first come first serve basis. Limit (2) tickets per purchase. Pre-paid discounted parking is highly suggested. Concessions for purchase will be available onsite. Please click either button below to purchase your tickets, a second screen will open where you will be able to select the ticket options for your day of choice.

Chappelle knows how to throw a party. 

His last Juke Joint in Yellow Springs drew a list of celebrities that included rappers, Talib Kweli and Q-Tip, CBS News' Gayle King, actor Bradley Cooper, model/actress Naomi Campbell, comedian Donnell Rawlings and magician David Blaine. 

Let us know if you spot anyone this time. 

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Scotty McCreery headlines our next Concert For A Cause

All of us at K99.1FM are proud to welcome former American Idol champion Scotty McCreery, Eric Paslay, and Craig Campbell to Miami Valley Gaming on Sunday, July 29th for our next Concert For A Cause. 100% of ticket sales will go to the Greater Dayton Apartment Association Rent Foundation. 

Here is everything you need to know:

  • Date: Sunday, July 29th
  • Time: 6:30 p.m. (Doors Open at 5 p.m.)
  • Location: Miami Valley Gaming
  • Ticket Prices:
    • VIP Tickets are SOLD OUT
    • General Admission: $15 ($20 day of show)
    • This show is open to all ages
    • Please note that this is a general admission outdoor show and no seating will be provided
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  • Map of Miami Valley Gaming

Dave Chappelle throwing another epic party in Yellow Springs this weekend

UPDATE: Tickets for both showings of Dave Chappelle’s Juke Joint in Yellow Springs this weekend are SOLD OUT. Tickets were gone within 15 minutes. 

Comedian Dave Chappelle is ready to rip down the barn in Yellow Springs, again.

>> Bad news if you want to go to Chappelle’s parties and don’t have tickets

Tickets went on sale on Thursday, May 24, 2018, for Dave Chappelle’s Juke Joint in Yellow Springs and sold out within 15 minutes.

Few details are on for the party to feature D-Nice and Fred Yonnet and The Band With No Name. 

Tickets went for $100 for the baler area (premium admission), $70 for the homestead area (general admission) and $25 for the barn yard (lawn only).

D-Nice posted about it on his fan page promising “the best musical experiences of your life.” 

>> RELATED: EVERY LAST celebrity was in Yellow Springs for Dave Chappelle's Juke Joint 

Chappelle had his first Juke Joint in Yellow Springs in 2015. He has since had similar bashes all around the country. 

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By all accounts, it was a party to remember the last time Chappelle, who lives near Yellow Springs, threw a two-day Juke Joint  in October 2016 at the Barn On Whitehall Farms/ Tecumeh Land Trust, 4625 US 68 in Yellow Springs.

>> Dave Chappelle on Yellow Springs: “I have time to think about things” 

In 2016, both parties sold out, and a who's who of nationally known celebrities showed up to party down.

>> Dayton is the setting of new Stephen King novel about ‘the mind of evil’

Local residents danced the house down with a list of celebs that included rappers, Talib Kweli and Q-Tip, CBS News' Gayle King, actor Bradley Cooper, model/actress Naomi Campbell, comedian Donnell Rawlings and magician David Blaine. 

Act fast if you want to see who shows up for yourself this time. 

>> Why was Bradley Cooper in town... again? 

>> 5 things to know about The Rev Cool, voted best local celebrity over Dave Chappelle


The 4 best parts of the 40th annual Taste of Cincinnati — and some have nothing to do with the food

As the Taste of Cincinnati enters its 40th year, organizers work per usual to keep the event new while also retaining those popular elements that keep hungry Cincinnatians returning.

See below for what’s new at the Taste along with reassurances that your favorite parts aren’t going anywhere.

1. Music Bash

Apparently, 45 live musical acts on five stages is not enough. To ensure Taste-goers have more live music than they know what to do with, organizers are inaugurating a special, separate “Music Bash.” The lineup is The B-52s (“Love Shack”), Rick Springfield (“Jesse’s Girl”), and Loverboy (“Working for the Weekend,” “Lovin’ Every Minute of It.”) The Bash will take place on May 27 at 5 p.m. at the Sentinel Street entrance onto 5th St. Tickets are $29.99.

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2. New to the Taste

While food vendors at the Taste can fluctuate wildly from year to year, organizers say it’s slowed down a bit for 2018, allowing for a bit of continuity. That being said, there will be seven brand-new vendors offering their delicacies at the Taste this year. They are: Bridges (Nepalese), Dewey’s Pizza (craft pizzas, calzones, and salads), Quite Frankly (homemade beef franks and specialty sandwiches), Rovey’s Turkey (turkey burgers, sandwiches, dogs, and tacos), S.E.A. Cuisine Food Truck (Southeast Asian tacos, steak, sandwiches, rice, and salads), Sis’s on Monmouth (American comfort food), and Slice, Slice Baby (pizzas, calzones, and Italian subs).

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3. Best of Taste

About a month before the Taste, mystery judges visited the upcoming vendors and handed out awards for best dishes in various categories. Alfio’s Buon Cibo, an Italian eatery, did particularly well, winning first place both for Best Restaurant Dessert (chocolate raspberry tiramisu), and Best Restaurant Entrée (veal short rib ravioli). Other first-place winners include Island Frydays for their jerk chicken pasta (Best Appetizer), Tickle Pickle for their mac and cheese with crushed BBQ grippos (Best Soup-Salad Side), and the Silver Ladle for their Silver Ladle Salad (Restaurant Best GoVibrant!). GoVibrant! items are those who meet the American Heart Association’s standards for low fat, cholesterol, and sodium.

Food trucks also got into the Best of Taste action. Adena’s Beefstroll cleaned up with their Ma’s meatball sub (Food Truck Best Entrée) and The Stroll (Best Food Truck Appetizer). Other winners include Packhouse for their jalapeno mac and cheese (Best Food Truck Soup-Salad Side), streetpops for their pineapple passionfruit streetpop (Best Food Truck GoVibrant!), and SugarSnap! for their “Make It A Sundae” Brownie (Best Food Truck Dessert).

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4. Other Highlights

As if there wasn’t enough food, courtesy of Findlay Market, there will actually be a “Taste within the Taste.” Over 20 vendors – some from Findlay Market, others “foodpreneurs” from Findlay Kitchen, will provide the Taste of Findlay Market, a diverse grouping of “bites” that will be available all weekend.

Students from the Art of the Piano Festival, otherwise known as the classical “rock stars” of today and tomorrow, will perform on the main stage on May 26 at noon.

The Cincinnati Pops Poptet, the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra’s rhythm ensemble, will perform a series of standards and showtunes on the main stage on May 27 from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Last but certainly not least, local media celebrities will compete in the annual soapbox GoVibrant! Veggie Races on May 25 from noon-1 p.m.


What: Taste of Cincinnati

When: May 26-28

Where: Fifth St., downtown Cincinnati

Cost: No admission cost

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7 reasons to go to Dayton History’s Heritage Day

Amongst the chirp of crickets and the glow of fireflies, Heritage Day with the Dayton Philharmonic signals the onset of summer.

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>>PHOTOS: Heritage Day at Carillon Historical Park 2017

Held Memorial Day weekend at Carillon Historical Park, this family fun event will feature a Civil War encampment, the No Regrets Barbershop Quartet, Make It Dayton 3D Printing, one-room schoolhouse lessons, the Gem City swing dancers, rug-hooking, letterpress printing, gardening, woodworking, baking, high-wheel bicycle riding, Carillon Park Rail & Steam Society miniature train rides, the Clodbusters 19th century baseball team, the Carillon Park Concert Band, and of course, the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. 

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Here are 7 highlights of Heritage Day: 


1. Food vendor splendor

Heart's Hot Dogs, KJ's Cajun Cuisine, Pita Pocket, Nanette's Country Kitchen, Ritter's Frozen Custard, Cumberland Kettle Corn, and Kona Ice will all make a triumphant return to Heritage Day. If you’re looking for a sit-down meal, you can enjoy lighter fare from Culp’s Café; for a hearty meal, visit Carillon Brewing Co. The brewery’s historic beer, Yuengling, Bud Light, and Goose Island 312 will all be available. 


2. Civil War history

For the first time ever, a Civil War encampment will be part of Heritage Day. Presented by the Ohio Valley Civil War Association, the encampment will feature costumed interpreters, including female historians who will interpret the role of women in the war effort. For over 20 years, the OVCWA has been staging Civil War re-enactments at landmark battlefields such as Gettysburg, Stones River and Antietam.  

Fun fact: During the Civil War, the Dayton community gathered at the Old Court House for telegraph updates. Abraham Lincoln spoke at the Old Court House on Sept. 17, 1859. 


3. Carillon Park Concert Band

After auditioning to participate, students from across the greater Dayton region unite to form this long-loved summertime ensemble. Selections include everything from marches to Broadway tunes to light classics.  

Fun fact: Conceived by famed musical director Clark Haines, the Carillon Park Concert Band traces its roots to the 1945 creation of the NCR band. For years, the ensemble played at the Old River Park bandshell alongside the park’s extensive recreational facilities, providing entertainment for NCR employees and their families. 


4. No brakes!

Look for the historical interpreter, dressed in Victorian era costume, riding the high-wheel bicycle across Carillon Historical Park. Make sure you don’t get in the way … there are no brakes on a high-wheel bike!  

Fun fact: By the mid-1880s, penny-farthing bicycles were fading into history, replaced by the modern two-wheel sprocket-and-chain safety bicycle. America was overtaken by the bicycle craze, and the Wright brothers capitalized on the momentum, opening the Wright Cycle Exchange in 1892 (later known as the Wright Cycle Co). 


The brothers built a high-end safety bike called the Van Cleve — named after their familial tie to Catherine Benham Van Cleve Thompson, who was purportedly the first female settler off the boat from Cincinnati to Dayton. Sprocket-and-chain technology, similar to that employed on the brothers’ bicycles, was also used on the Wrights’ aeroplanes. There are only five Van Cleve bicycles in the world, and two of them are at Carillon Park’s Wright Brothers Aviation Center. 


5. Bang!

Carillon Park early settlement interpreters will be firing a flint lock muzzle loader during Heritage Day, its sound hearkening to Dayton’s early years. Black powder is loaded into the gun, creating a loud bang that elicits shrieks of excitement across Carillon Park.  

Fun fact: Nineteen men and 17 women and children left Cincinnati for Dayton in March 1796. They traveled in three parties: the Samuel Thompson party, the George Newcom party, and the William Hamer party. Newcom Tavern (Est. 1796), Dayton’s oldest standing building, was also the city’s first jail, church, general store and Montgomery County’s first courthouse. It was dedicated at Carillon Park in May 1965. 

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6. All Aboard!

Established in 1984, the Carillon Park Rail & Steam Society operates its miniature railroad at Heritage Day. Rides are $1 per person, per ride, and the funds directly support the Carillon Park Rail & Steam Society. 

Fun fact: Near the end of the 19th century, the Barney & Smith Car Company was Dayton’s largest employer. Employing up to 2,000 people, Barney & Smith built a settlement known as the Kossuth Colony, a walled enclave comprised of some 40 structures, which housed Hungarian and Romanian immigrant workers. An original and opulent 1903 Barney & Smith rail car is located at Carillon Park’s Transportation Center. 


7. The Phil

With the sun setting over Carillon Park, the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra will once again close Heritage Day, offering a special program featuring Dayton Ballet dancers and guest vocalist Felita LaRock. The Phil will perform "The Star Spangled Banner,” Copland’s “Lincoln Portrait,” Sousa’s “El Capitan March,” Tchaicovsky's "1812 Overture," and many other classic numbers and patriotic favorites.  

Fun fact: Founded in 1933, the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the Miami Valley’s longest standing cultural organizations. Music Director Neil Gittleman has been on the philharmonic podium since September 1995, and he is only the fourth director in DPO history. From 1933-1975, Dr. Paul Katz served as conductor, and alongside longstanding executive director Miriam Rosenthal, he built the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra — an integral piece of Dayton’s cultural fabric. 



Heritage Day with the Dayton Philharmonic 

When: Sunday, May 27, 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. 

Regular admission fees apply. Ages 18-59: $8. Ages 60+: $7. Children ages 3-17: $5. Children under 3: free. Dayton History members: free. Special military admission: $5 (Active, Retirees, Veterans, & Reservists with Valid Identification). 

Free parking. No fireworks. Carillon Brewing Co. available all day.

NFL owners approve new national anthem policy, will fine teams that allow players to kneel

Update 4:52 p.m. ET: U.S. vice president Mike Pence has responded to the NFL decision on Twitter, using the hashtag #winning.

Update 1:21 p.m. ET: The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) issued a statement on the new NFL policy:

“The NFL chose to not consult the union in the development of this new “policy.” NFL players have shown their patriotism through their social activism, their community service, in support of our military and law enforcement and yes, through their protests to raise awareness about the issues they care about.

“The vote by NFL club CEOs today contradicts the statements made to our player leadership by Commissioner Roger Goodell and the Chairman of the NFL’s Management Council John Mara about the principals, values and patriotism of our League.

Our union will review the new “policy” and challenge any aspect of it that is inconsistent with the collective bargaining agreement.”

Original story: NFL owners approved a new policy Wednesday regarding players who wish to kneel during the national anthem, according to a statement by the National Football League

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According to the NFL, individual teams will have the ability to fine players and other personnel who do not stand and, “show respect for the flag and the Anthem.”

The change will go into effect for the upcoming season, according to the Washington Post.

Players who choose not to stand during the national anthem may stay in the locker room or off-field while it is being played. 

The official statement from the National Football League states:

“The 32 member clubs of the National Football League have reaffirmed their strong commitment to work alongside our players to strengthen our communities and advance social justice. The unique platform that we have created is unprecedented in its scope, and will provide extraordinary resources in support of programs to promote positive social change in our communities. 

The membership also strongly believes that:

  1. All team and league personnel on the field shall stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem.
  2. The Game Operations Manual will be revised to remove the requirement that all players be on the field for the Anthem.
  3. Personnel who choose not to stand for the Anthem may stay in the locker room or in a similar location off the field until after the Anthem has been performed.
  4. A club will be fined by the League if its personnel are on the field and do not stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem.
  5. Each club may develop its own work rules, consistent with the above principles, regarding its personnel who do not stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem.
  6. The Commissioner will impose appropriate discipline on league personnel who do not stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem.”

In an official statement on the NFL website, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wrote:

“The policy adopted today was approved in concert with the NFL’s ongoing commitment to local communities and our country — one that is extraordinary in its scope, resources, and alignment with our players. We are dedicated to continuing our collaboration with players to advance the goals of justice and fairness in all corners of our society. 

The efforts by many of our players sparked awareness and action around issues of social justice that must be addressed. The platform that we have created together is certainly unique in professional sports and quite likely in American business. We are honored to work with our players to drive progress. 

It was unfortunate that on-field protests created a false perception among many that thousands of NFL players were unpatriotic. This is not and was never the case. 

This season, all league and team personnel shall stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem. Personnel who choose not to stand for the Anthem may stay in the locker room until after the Anthem has been performed.

We believe today’s decision will keep our focus on the game and the extraordinary athletes who play it—and on our fans who enjoy it.”

‘Goodbye sale’ set for iconic roller rink that opened more than 60 years ago

The last artifacts inside an iconic roller rink opened in 1956 will be sold off during a massive garage sale-style goodbye event.  

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Thousands and thousands of people took spins around Skyborn Skateland in Fairborn before it closed for good in 2015. 

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The rink’s building and land have been sold to nearby Barrett Paving Materials, but its contents will be sold off from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, May 27 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, May 28. 

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“Everything that is inside of the building is going to be for the sale: skates, the lockers, the table, the sound system,” said Joyce Brinkley, an assistant to Skateland’s owner David Ripp. 

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Sections of the rink’s floor, equipment in its snack area and the skate ramp are also among items up for grab. 


— All items MUST be paid for in CASH during the Sale Hours 

— Please do not request an earlier or later viewing or pick-up time. These times are non-negotiable. 

— Items not picked-up or paid for, during sale hours will be resold within 24 hours after the sale closing time. 

Many items for sale not listed anywhere. 

Please show up to see what is available. 

All Rental Skates per pair $10, most are ok, but a bit musty from sitting.

Police Beacons - 3, as is (might work) one shell, $10 each

Popcorn Machine $100 

Soft Pretzels Storage and display unit $25

Gehl's Nacho and cheese dispenser $20 

San Jamar cup dispenser $10 

Picnic table $50 

First come 1st served on all sales listed her. You must take item with you by end of the day you buy it. 

Small misc item will be priced the day of the sale.

Almost everything can go. 

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