Here’s the early match-ups we plan on covering:
August 21 – Wauzeka/Seneca vs. Boscobel
August 28 – Potosi vs. Cassville
September 4 – Lancaster vs. Arcadia
September 11 – Fennimore vs. Cuba City
September 18 – River Ridge vs. Potosi
More games to be announced as the season progresses.
As always, Q94 is your official station for Country on the River, one of the largest country music festivals in the midwest. This year’s line-up includes Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Alabama, Randy Houser, Big & Rich, Cole Swindell, Jerrod Niemann, Craig Morgan, Joe Diffie, and more!
Listen to Q94 for:
- Exclusive backstage updates and interviews during the event
- Special ticket and meet & greet giveaways
- Exclusive interviews during the weeks leading up to the concert
- A Country on the River kick-off preview special on August 6th
- Updates on our local winner for COTR’s Next Big Star
Start your day with Q94′s brand new morning show, Wake Up! With Dan, Todd, & Kelly. Join a group of friends talk about what’s happening in southwest Wisconsin and northeast Iowa, discuss interesting topics, challenge eachother with various contests, and share a lot of laughter. It’s unique and fun! Don’t miss it, weekdays 6am-9am.
Thanks to everything that came out to the Allamakee County Fair in Waukon to see Jo Dee Messina! Q94 was proud to help bring Jo Dee to the fair. She was a huge hit!
Listen to some of the most memorable moments on Q94 in 2014 – from breaking news to fun on-air moments. Q94 News Director Dan Moris takes a look back at what happened.
Two buses filled with equal parts Badgers and Hawkeyes fans traveled to Kinnick Stadium to enjoy field level end-zone seats for one of college football’s greatest rivalries.
Q94′s Laurie Wild (fan of all things Iowa) and Dan Moris (bleeds Bucky red) led the trip to Iowa City after weeks of in-studio sparring over which team would win.
While everyone had a great time at the game, Badgers fans were probably smiling the biggest on the bus ride home after a 26-24 Wisconsin win.
Q94 is unique.
Today, there aren’t many radio stations that are fully staffed and provide full-service to the communities that listen to them. Q94 is one of the few.
Many radio stations today, while they may employ some local people, often rely on satellite or syndicated programming (on-air staff) to fill out their broadcast day. While there is nothing wrong with this, it can be a bit misleading…and, at times, insulting to the listener.
Q94 has local voices and contributors all day, every day. Our entire on-air staff lives here. Most were born right here within the Q94 listening area. We KNOW local issues, events, and preferences. We strive to be a positive reflection of the communities we serve: with the best local news and event coverage, the best Country music, and the best sports coverage (local, college, and professional) around.
Thanks for listening, neighbor.