Mon, Aug. 1st…
- Unique “Workin’ For A Livin” ” Guest!
- Will Your Kid Make It As A Pro?
- Intern Summer Olympics Opening Ceremonies!
All the beer is at the Great American Irish Fest! Two stages of music and entertainment. The High Kings and The Elders perform! A whiskey tasting tent. A village of shops featuring authentic Irish goods from hats and crests to sterling silver to tee shirts. Pipe competition and WOUR’s Wife Barrow Race. Herkimer County Fairgrounds. Free parking.
Roadtrip! Now that the Hall of Fame festivities are over, our featured ride this week takes us to Cooperstown. Ride of the Week is brought to you by Harley-Davidson of Utica, by Murphy Excavating and by Smoker’s Choice. Here’s the route: Follow route 28 south from Herkimer and head to Cooperstown. On the way you will drive along Canadarago lake. Cooperstown is at the base of Otsego Lake. On the way back…opt for 28 to 20 to route 51 for a completely different perspective.
Just when you think it can’t get any dumber…Scoop shows up with a story that will having you shaking your head. Whole Lotta Dumb, weekdays at 4:20 p.m.
Go acoustic on Sunday mornings with the Blue Moon Cafe! A showcase of singer-songwriters that is a comfortable listen from 7 a.m. to Noon! All music and a perfect soundtrack for pancake breakfasts or chilling on the couch. Tune out the chatter..tune in the acoustic vibe! And now available On Demand for listening when ever you want… thanks to Burdick Toyota-Scion(see Blue Moon On Demand section below).
Scoop features highlights from our local music and events calendar weeknights at 6:40. There are lots of things to do in and around Utica…Rome…the Adirondacks..Cooperstown. If you are in a local band or are hosting a local event, email the info to us, email@example.com so we can include your gigs.
WOUR Welcomes the Great American Irish Fest !
Ride of the Week to Cooperstown!
Whole Lotta Dumb
The Blue Moon Cafe Sunday mornings and every day
Local Music Listings
The High Kings, in town to perform at The Great American Irish Festival at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds, rocked out on air with Scoop! Click the player to hear it!