Hodag announces TV partnership with Newsline 9

RHINELANDER (WAOW) – Newsline 9 is happy to announce a new partnership with a popular country music festival. WAOW is now the TV sponsor for Hodag for the first time in more than 15 years.

The four headliners have already been announced. Among them are Thomas Rhett, Jake Owen and Neal McCoy.

Other performers will be announced soon.

Organizers say they are looking forward to next year’s festival and partnering with Newsline 9.

"Today we finalized our sponsorship with Channel 9 and are very excited about the new opportunities that it brings," said Hodag Co-Owner Dawn Eckert.

Hodag runs from July 7th until the 10th.

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