Location: Sunnyview Expo Center
Winnebago County Fairgrounds
Event Description: Tickets: $10 per day / $25 for three-day pass / Kids 12 and under FREE with paid adult
The 3rd Annual DeerFest event promises to be the biggest and best ever. DeerFest will again feature the largest gathering of deer-hunting celebrities to visit the Midwest. DeerFest will also feature, expert seminars, 100’s of exhibitors, industry manufacturers, bow testing from Mathews, PSE, Hoyt and more of the leading archery companies in the Field Logic Archery Pavilion, 3-D archery courses, pop up archery courses and tournaments where you can win great prizes.
New in 2012 will be a LIVE AUCTION featuring everything deer from guns, bows, treestands, guided hunts and hunting apparel. We’ve also added a nation-wide 3-D tournament, a camping and RV center and an ATV/UTV test track. DeerFest is EVERYTHING DEER!
DeerFest has also added a new twist this year---Packer fan favorite John Kuhn will appear on Friday, and ex-Packer Frank Winters will appear on Sunday---come get a FREE autograph!
Click here for more info! »
105.7 WAPL, Wisconsin's Rock Station, is a 100,000 watt radio station serving Green Bay, Appleton, Oshkosh, and the surrounding communities in the Fox Valley and Northeast Wisconsin.
105.7 WAPL is also your FM home for Green Bay Packers football. Listen all season for complete Packers Radio Network game coverage from Wayne Larrivee and Larry McCarren.
The Rockin' Apple has spent over thirty years entertaining listeners through the music of artists like Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, AC/DC, Ozzy Osbourne, Van Halen, Metallica, Pink Floyd, Motley Crue, and countless others - along with concerts, contests and the humor of the veteran morning duo of Rick and Len.
In 2008, WAPL won the prestigious Marconi Award for national Rock Station of the Year. WAPL has also been awarded Rolling Stone Magazine Reader's Choice Station five times (1990, 92, 93, 94, and 95). In 1999, the station won Radio and Records Small Market Rock Station of the Year, and in 2004 and 2006 won the Wisconsin Area Music Industry.