Is time flying this much?  The summer keeps sailing along and we are coming up on the last Country music concerts on the Bangor waterfront, next week.

Coming up Friday night, Aug. 25 at Maine Savings Amphitheater Live in concert Hank Williams Jr with special guests Old Crow Medicine Show.

This concert promises to be a rowdy one.

Here comes Hank Jr. The guy whose song inspired the theme song for Monday Night Football for all those years. The song was "All My Rowdy Friends."

He was famous since birth. Who’s kidding who? His father was Hank Williams! But Hank died when Junior was only 4 years old -- but not before giving him his lifelong nickname. His famous father nicknamed him Bocephus after Grand Ole Opry comedian Rod Brasfield’s ventriloquist dummy.

And the name has stuck all these years.

Wrapping up the season along the Bangor waterfront, the last country concert will be a rowdy one. And we want all Hank’s rowdy friends to be in the audience.

We have tickets to give away, and here is how you can win your way in.

First, you need the Q106.5 app.

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Hank Jr. fans are also fans of Rowdy Yates, and Rowdy is going to help you win your way in.

Rowdy’s Original Country Gold show runs on Q106.5 between 7 p.m. and midnight every Saturday night. When you are listening to the show this weekend, every hour Rowdy will give you a contest code word. Each code you hear is a chance for you to win a 4 pack of tickets to the show.  Each hour it’s a different code. And each one you enter is a chance to win a 4-pack of tickets.

Can’t wait?

Let’s get you a first chance to win a 4 pack of tickets to see Hank Williams Jr in concert. Enter this code word. Bocephus

Bocephus is that bonus chance to win. Enter it below.

Good luck and we hope you get to enjoy the show. On us. And make sure you have a rowdy time.

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