Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Win Scotty McCreery Tickets

This is for his February 13, 2014 concert in Springfield, MO (Gillioz Theatre -- 1,130 seats)

KTTS presents Scotty McCreery on the See You Tonight Tour on February 13th at the Gillioz Theatre.

KTTS is giving you a chance to win tickets before you can buy them!  Not only that but we are giving you a chance to win tickets in the FIRST 5 ROWS! 

Listen to the KTTS Morning show during the 7am hour to win your free tickets in the 5th row, on Tuesday win tickets in the 4th row…And on Friday WIN TICKETS IN THE FRONT ROW!

Scotty McCreerry at the ACA

Credit to: mj Smith

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 Always good to run into @traceadkins Great job hosting tonight

 Scotty McCreery Walks the Red Carpet at the American Country Awards

Pictures by: Getty Images
It’s that time of year again, and Scotty McCreery was ready for an evening of phenomenal music as he arrived at the 2013 American Country Awards earlier tonight (December 10).
The “American Idol” hunk was definitely easy on the eyes as he strolled inside Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay to catch all the southern-fried action.

 Click on the link to see more pictures of Scotty from the ACA Awards Show
Scotty McCreery Accepts Blue Fender for Breakthrough Artist at 2013 American Country Awards

Scotty McCreery
Isaac Brekken, Getty Images
Three-time ACA winners Thompson Square donned all black when they presented Scotty McCreery with this year’s Breakthrough Artist award at the 2013 American Country Awards.
Thompson Square walked arm in arm as they announced the nominees, which included Lee BriceHunter HayesRandy Houser, McCreery and Justin Moore. McCreery ultimately walked away with the blue Fender guitar.

He stood up and mouthed “wow” before getting hugs and pats on the back as he walked toward the stage. McCreery gave lots of thanks as he grabbed the guitar from Thompson Square.
His first big thanks? To his fans, of course, who he called the “best in the world.” He also made sure to thank country radio for playing his records. Lastly, but not least, he said he had to thank the Lord as he lifted the Fender award up proudly.