Summer may be getting close to being over, but we've got plenty of ways to spend your weekend, and we've got some free passes to get you into them.

First up, it's time for the annual Busted in Baylor County motorcycle rally in Seymour, Texas, this Thursday through Sunday. The gates open at 5:00 Thursday evening and the weekend continues through Sunday morning with live music, a BBQ cook-off, bikini and man-bod contests, food and drink booths, Texas Wrestling Federation matches, motorcycle rides and more. Keep listening for your chance to call in and win tickets.

Or you could head down to Fort Worth to check out the Wallflowers at Billy Bob's Texas on Sunday evening.

The Wallflowers have been making roots-rock music since 1989 and feature Jakob Dylan on vocals. Their new album, Exit Wounds, was released earlier this summer.

The doors will open at 6:00 as usual, but because this is a Sunday night show there will not be a House Band performance. Instead, The Wallflowers will take to the Billy Bob's Texas Main Stage at 8:00 p.m. so you can enjoy the show and still make it to work on Monday morning.

While you're there be sure to check out the Honky Tonk Kitchen and take in some live bull riding inside the world's largest honky tonk.

The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and John Wayne An American Experience are both open on Sundays so we'll toss in Buy One Get One Free passes with your Billy Bob's Texas Tickets. Just message us from the official 102.3 The Bull mobile app if you'd like to go and we'll hook you up with tickets until we run out.

After you send us a message you'll get an automated reply letting you know we got it. Then keep an eye on your notifications for a follow-up message if we choose you as a winner.

From Busted in Baylor County to Billy Bob's Texas, there are still plenty of summer activities left and we love giving you free tickets.

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