WE Fest 2021 is in the books, and the people I know are still raving about the shows. 

US 103-3 is your OFFICIAL WE Fest station in Bismarck Mandan, and we got you there in a big way.  Hundreds of people all over the area got to enjoy the shows for FREE.

Our very own B-Fish will have a review of the event with lots of photos from the concerts coming soon.

The headliners this year were Dierks Bentley on Thursday night, Florida Georgia Line on Friday night and the one and only Blake Shelton closed out the shows on Saturday night.  Maybe the only disappointment was that his lovely wife Gwen Stefani did NOT join Blake on stage, like she has at some of his shows lately.

Next years headliners were announced on Saturday night right before the Blake Shelton show.  They include Luke Bryan on Thursday night, Jason Aldean on Friday night, and Miranda Lambert will close out the shows on Saturday night.  WOW, mic drop, what a tremendous set of performers.  It doesn't get much better than that.

Tickets for WE Fest 2022 are on sale now and you can purchase them here.  

New for 2022 include the good ole days of pricing and seating.  They will look like the good ole days of 2016.  Keep listening to US 103-3 for updates on new acts to be added for 2022, and special ticket offers.  Of course, US 103-3 will have your tickets for free.  Thanks for making us your Country Concert Leader in Bismarck Mandan.


 

 

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