THANKS TO OUR GOOD FRIENDS AT YAKAMA NATION LEGENDS CASINO – WE’RE ABLE TO HOOK YOU UP WITH THE 'VIP BACKSTAGE 100' FOUR-PACK FOR THE JOAN JETT SHOW THIS FRIDAY AT THE CENTRAL WASHINGTON STATE FAIR! PACKAGE INCLUDES: FAIR ADMISSION, GOLD PARKING, HOSPITALITY TENT including food & beverages, PRIME SEATING for the concert and POST-SHOW DESSERT TENT HOSTPITALTY PASSES! LISTEN FOR YOUR CUE TO CALL IN AND QUALIFY! WE’LL ANNOUNCE THE WINNER THURSDAY MORNING AT 7:20! IT’S FROM OUR FRIENDS AT LEGENDS CASINO – AND YAKIMA’S GREATEST HITS, 100.9 CHERRY FM!
WE HAVE A WINNER OF THE 'VIP BACKSTAGE 100' PACKAGE TO THE KANSAS SHOW AT THE FAIRSATURDAY NIGHT! CONGRATULATIONS NANCY POWERS!!!
THANKS TO OUR GOOOOOOOD FRIENDS AT LEGENDS CASINO, ONCE AGAIN WE'RE ABLE TO HOOK YOU UP WITH THE 'VIP BACKSTAGE 100' FOUR-PACK!
NANCY'S Backstage 4 pack comes with the following: GENERAL ADMISSION PASSES / GOLD PARKING PASSES / HOSPITALY TENT BEFORE THE CONCERT PASSES – included food, beverages / PRIME SEATING PASSES / POST DESSERT TENT HOSTPITALTY PASSES – includes dessert, beverages…
Wow! It pays to have friends like Yakama Nation Legends Casino -- your place to play!
STAY TUNED FOR MORE CHANCES TO WIN FAIR ADMISSION AND ANOTHER VIP OPPORTUNITY NEXT WEEK FOR JOAN JETT!!!!
Batten down the hatches, the Pirate Plunder is here again! The Pirate Plunder Adventure Race is a 4+ mile obstacle course race that combines ever changing terrain with 16 obstacles to test your strength, stamina, and love of mud. You’ll climb over walls up to 14’ high, crawl through a 100’ long mud pit, slide down a 30’ water slide, and face many other challenges all while running through a blend of fields, tires, and mud pits! http://www.pirateplunderrace.com/
Cherry FM's Brian Stephenson is excited to join KIMA TV Sports Icon Alan Sillence, to co-anchor the popular "Friday Night Fever" Football Telecast Friday nights at 11pm on KIMA TV. Tune in for the most comprehensive round-up of LOCAL high school football action, scores & highlights -- and lots of FUN!
Many of the Nation's biggest rock n roll groups played at the Downtown Dance Club in Yakima beginning in 1967. The Downtown was owned and operated by Yakima Businessman Ron Barnsley. The Downtown , located on South 2nd street,had a block buster opening in June of 1967 when the Grassroots came to town. I know,because I was there. Their hit, Let's live for today,had just been released. It happened to be the first song they sang at the Downtown. Kima Radio was the driving force behind promoting the groups that would play at the Downtown.
KIma had a dj booth inside the club where Kima personality Dave Hood would play records and give away prizes during intermission. Yakima rock n roll fans had a chance to see stars like Rick Nelson,The Strawberry Alarm Clock, Merilee Rush and Sugarloaf without leaving town.