Billy Bob's Texas is finishing out the month of July with a couple great shows, just message us from the 102.3 The Bull mobile app for your shot at tickets.

No trip to the metroplex is complete without a stop at the World's Largest Honky Tonk, and this weekend would be a great time to visit.

Josh Weathers will be on stage Friday night.

Josh is a Fort Worth native and real crowd-pleaser.

Then long-time Billy Bob's favorite, Neal McCoy, will be there Saturday night.

Neal has done more shows at Billy Bob's Texas than almost anyone and everyone always goes home happy.

The doors will open at 6:00, the Billy Bob's Texas House Band will be on the Honky Tonk Stage at 8:00 and the feature performers will be on the Main Stage at 10:00 p.m. both nights.

Billy Bob's has also brought back their line dance lessons, live bull riding, and Lone Star Murder Mystery Dinner & Show events. Check the Billy Bob's Events page for details on all of those.

While it's not exactly a Country show, Billy Bob's  Texas has also given us a few tickets to see Cheap Trick on Friday, August 6th. Let us know if you're interested in that show.

While you're at Billy Bob's be sure to check out the Honky Tonk Kitchen and the Handprint Wall of Fame.

Since you'll already be in the Fort Worth Stockyards we'll also toss in some Buy One Get One Free passes to the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and John Wayne an American Experience next door.

Dave Diamond

For a shot at any of these tickets just message us on the official 102.3 The Bull mobile app. You'll get an automated reply letting you know that we got your message. Then keep an eye on your notifications because you'll get another message from us if you're chosen as a winner.

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