It's going to be an epic party at Country Thunder Wisconsin in Twin Lakes this July with Jason Aldean, Cody Johnson, Keith Urban, Jon Pardi, Lainey Wilson, Carly Pearce, and MORE!

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We're giving you the chance to be on the radio AND win (4) Four-Day Passes to Country Thunder Wisconsin, July 20-23.

How Do I Record a Shout Out on the Q 98.5 App?

If you don't have it on your mobile device, go to Google Play or the App Store and download the free Q 98.5 App.

Get our free mobile app

Open up the app and tap the three lines on the top left to open up the MENU, then select Submit Pics/Vids/Audio.

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Then tap on the SELECT AND SUBMIT MEDIA NOW button.

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Next, tap the RECORD SHORT AUDIO CLIP button.

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Then when you're ready, tap the round REC button to begin the recording. And make sure you give us one of these messages:

Hi I'm (your name) from (town you listen from) and MY Number One for New Country is Q 98 Point Five.

Hello this is (your name) from (the place where you work) and I'm listening to Q 98 Point Five while I work.

You can send multiple recordings to tell us all the reasons you listen to Q 98.5 because flattery will get you everywhere.

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When your message is complete, click DONE. If you want to listen back to what you recorded, tap on the play button. To RE-RECORD, just tap the round REC button again to start over.

When you're happy with your message, just tap the SUBMIT RECORDING button then you should get a "THANK YOU, Media Submission Sent" message.

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Now that your "shout-out" has been sent, listen to Lil' Zim and JB in the morning. Beginning Monday, May 8. If you hear your recording play on Q 98.5 at 7:10 am, call 815-229-0985 within 9 minutes and 8 seconds to claim (2) Four-Day Passes to Country Thunder Wisconsin!

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