Mix 92.7 presents the Sing Your Heart Out at Captain Ron’s in Sunrise Beach. You can come out as early as 6pm to get signed up with DJ Kyle. Contest starts at 7pm. The grand prize is an exotic trip for 2! Thanks to DJ Kyle and our sponsors Summerset Boat Lifts, One Stop Materials & Landscaping and Captain Ron's. See you each Wednesday now thru May15th. The Final's are May 22nd.
2019 LAKE OF THE OZARKS BIKE NIGHT - STARTS APRIL 18, 2019
Join us on the third Thursday of each month between April and September in Lake Ozark. Enjoy the fun of a poker walk, bounce from each participating bar for your chance to win cash and donate to Lake Area Buddy Pack Programs to benefit Lake Area Children. Register for a chance to WIN a Customized RoadKing! The winner will be drawn during the Fall Bike Fest. DOWNLOAD FLYER | VISIT WEBSITE
BIG BASS BASH - APRIL 27 & 28, 2019
The Big Bass Bash is this weekend at the Lake of the Ozarks. You could win $100,000 for catching the biggest bass of the weekend. Go to midwestfishtournaments.com to learn more. Listen in all weekend for hourly reports. Anglers can register thru Friday and also in person Friday, Saturday and Sunday. DOWNLOAD FLYER | VISIT WEBSITE
TUMBLEWEED - MAY 30 - JUNE 1, 2019
America's Real Country Music & Camping Festival. The best country music experience in this Great Nation!! 3 nights & 2 days of country perfection ~ Tumbleweed has earned accolades from critics – and more importantly, love from fans nationwide for delivering a unique music festival experience unlike any other available in the United States today. Tumbleweed isn’t your standard music festival. Tumbleweed mixes incredibly fun country activities with a weekend of camping and phenomenal country music. You’ll leave Tumbleweed with some of your favorite life memories – and friends that last a lifetime. DOWNLOAD FLYER | BUY TICKETS
Elizabeth Hoffman joined the KRCG news team in 2013. She's excited to live and work in the same area she's called home her entire life.Elizabeth graduated with honors from Lincoln University in Jefferson City. She furthered her journalism knowledge with an internship at KSDK, the NBC affiliate in St. Louis.Elizabeth has become well-rounded in her duties at KRCG. She is currently the morning anchor and a reporter. When not bringing the news to Mid-Missouri, Elizabeth can be found spending time with her family, which is usually on a ball field or at piano or dance classes. She's a certified scuba diver, a Cardinals fan, and an all-around busy mom. http://www.kcrgtv.com