September 12th-15th, 2019

September will be here before you know it, and you know what that means.....the 17th annual Big Nasty Hillclimb & Country Music Festival is coming up.

We want you to experience this once-in-a-lifetime event. Every Friday we are giving away 6 pairs of tickets to Big Nasty Hillclimb & Country Music Festival (12 tickets total.) All you need to do is fill out the form below and we will contact you if you win!

Win Tickets to Big Nasty Hill Climb Sept. 14- 16

We're giving away 6 pairs (12 tickets total) to the Big Nast Hillclimb on Sept. 14-16.
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Also, on Friday's, pay attention to you 104.3 WOW Country mobile app because we're giving away one pair of 4-day tickets and a regular camping pass on Friday, September 6th and again on Friday, Sept. 14.
Don't want to risk having to win, because you want be SURE you get tickets? Purchase them now.

The Big Nasty is the nation's largest motorcycle Hillclimb, with up to 13,000 spectators and 900 entries, and is also Idaho's largest motorcycle event and we have returned to our traditional date of TWO weeks after Labor Day Weekend. The Nasty offers everyone in the family fun things to do:

  • Watch violent and insanely loud 200-horsepower bikes try to climb a cliff
  • Enjoy the best live country music that we've ever offered with six bands on two evenings
  • Turn your kids loose at our inflatable bounce house and razor trike races
  • Enjoy our varied and delicious food court
  • Check out our full service bar
  • Take a scenic helicopter ride

 

Bring your tent or RV and enjoy camping in the adjoining pastures (we sell nearly 1,000 camping passes every year)! The Nasty is the final two rounds of the 2019 North American Hillclimbers Association Pro Hillclimb Series. This gives you the chance to see the best hillclimbers on earth compete for a $20,000 guaranteed pro purse on Saturday, a second large pro purse on Sunday and finally the infamous and wild Sunday afternoon King-of-the-Hill finale. Come witness the best of the best vie for even more bonus cash as they throw themselves at a sheer, 15-foot high cliff about half the way up the hill.