The “Morning Rises” Tour featuring Aaron Shust, Mikeschair, Nathan Tasker and Lauren Daigle is coming to The Junction Center Tent on Thursday, October 2nd. Click here for tickets and info. Tune in to WJTL from now ’til the evening of the show for your chance to call in and win a CD from one of the artists appearing on stage–or tickets to the show! Keep our number handy: 392-FM90 (717-392-3690).
Christian Music Hall Of Famer, Randy Stonehill, has been an important part of the industry for over 40 years. He’s written over 800 songs, some of which may have really made an impact on your heart and life! Randy is currently on the road, playing several local shows over the next couple of weeks. Click here for tickets and info–or see his Facebook page.
Coming up this Friday, September 26th, Randy will be in concert at Elizabethtown Mennonite Church at 7PM. (Admission is free; a love offering will be taken.)
Since he’ll be so close to WJTL’s home in Manheim, he’ll stop by The Junction Center for an acoustic-style mini concert in front of a live studio audience! We’ll broadcast it live on the air. This is an exclusive event and space is limited: in order to attend, you must win your way onto the guest list. Tune in to WJTL all day long (6AM-10PM) on Tuesday, September 23rd. We’ll give you chances to call in and win! Keep our number handy: 392-FM90 (717-392-3690.) Those in attendance will enjoy refreshments including Auntie Anne’s pretzels and Good Java from The Good Java Company.
If you like the louder side of WJTL, make sure your weekend plans include Some Sort Of Rock Show with John Staffieri on Sunday night from 8-10. This week’s playlist will feature Lecrae, Needtobreathe, Manic Drive, TFK and Lybecker, to name a few. In fact, the band Lybecker will be “Live From The Junction Center” this coming Tuesday evening at 7:30! They’ll do an acoustic-style mini concert for a live studio audience and we’ll air it on WJTL. In addition to Good Java, we’ll serve Chips and Salsa from Chipotle in Lancaster, featuring guacamole and 4 kinds of salsa! The Lancaster Chipotle is located on Fruitville Pike.
Space is limited for this exclusive event—but you could win your way onto our guest list. Listen to WJTL all day (6AM-10PM) on Friday, September 12th for chances to call in and snag spots for you and some friends. Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90).
The movie “God’s Not Dead” is playing on the big screen in The Junction Center Tent on Sunday, September 14th at 7PM (doors open at 6PM)–presented by Turkey Hill Dairy’s All-Natural Ice Cream. The film follows the story of one college student who must decide how far he’s willing to go to defend his belief in God. (Click here for the full synopsis.)
Tune in to WJTL all day (6AM-10PM) on Winning Wednesday, September 10th, for chances to call in and win tickets to the movie! Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90). The DJs will tell you when it’s time to call in and win.
Christian music industry veteran, Michael Card will be live in concert in The Junction Center Tent this Saturday, presented by Turkey Hill Dairy’s All-Natural Ice Cream. Doors open at 6PM; the concert starts at 7PM. Since his debut in 1981, Michael Card has written, recorded and performed many #1 hits with lyrics that were penned out of his intensive study of the Scriptures: “El Shaddai”, “Immanuel”, “Love Crucified Arose”, “Heal Our Land”, “Joy In The Journey” and more. He is a graduate of Western Kentucky University, where he earned his bachelors and master degrees in biblical studies. He also received honorary PhDs in music and Christian education from Whitfield Seminary and Philadelphia Biblical University.
Tune in to WJTL on Winning Wednesday, September 3rd, for chances to call in and win tickets to the concert. Listen for the DJs’ cues to call 392-FM90 (717-392-3690).
The band Bread Of Stone will be “Live From The Junction Center” on Wednesday morning (June 18th) at 7:30 a.m. They’ll do an acoustic set of songs for a live studio audience and we’ll broadcast it live on air!
Those in attendance will enjoy long johns from Achenbach’s Pastries and coffee courtesy of The Good Java Company! Space is limited for this exclusive event–but if you want to attend, there’s still hope! Listen to WJTL all day long (6AM-10PM) on Monday, June 16th for lots of chances to win your way onto our guest list. Keep our number handy: 717-392-FM90. By the way, have you seen their latest music video for their song, “Goodbye World”? It features the guys’ childhood treehouse. Check it out here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PM3kAEDzyoU
Turkey Hill Dairy’s All-Natural Ice Cream presents Illusionist Brett A. Myers performing in The Junction Center Tent on Friday, May 30th AND Saturday, May 31st. (Both shows begin at 7PM; doors open at 6PM.) It’s the Wonder Of Hope Tour! A portion of every ticket sold will benefit the poverty-relieving efforts of HOPE International. Click here for tickets and info.
Tune in to WJTL this week (May 27-30) for chances to win tickets for your family to attend! Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690.
John Mark McMillan and his band are playing The Junction Center Tent in Manheim this Friday night at 7:00. This event is part of the 2014 Tent Season Lineup, presented by Turkey Hill Dairy’s All-Natural Ice Cream. Click here for tickets and info. Listen to WJTL this week for your chance to win Platinum Experience tickets to the concert! It includes the “Live From The Junction Center” mini-concert and meet & greet at 5PM in addition to tickets to the concert at 7PM. Here’s our number: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90). Listen for the DJs’ cues to call in and win!
On Saturday at 7:00 p.m., it’s a multi-talented entertainer: Taylor Mason! He’s a comedian, ventriloquist and musician. All ages will enjoy his funny, unique style and good humor.
Tickets for both shows will be available at the door. (Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for both shows.) Tune in to WJTL on Friday, May 2nd for chances to win tickets to these events. Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690.
Listen to WJTL all day long (6AM-10PM) on Thursday, April 24th. Whenever you hear a Rich Mullins song, that’s your cue to call 717-392-3690. The first caller (who hasn’t won from WJTL in the past 30 days) will win a pair of tickets to this Sunday’s showing of the movie in The Junction Center Tent!
Everyone is encouraged to bring an unwanted used pair of shoes to donate to Lancaster Teen Challenge. Support microenterprise ventures in developing nations and keep old shoes out of local landfills.
Marty Shaughnessy & The Stars Are Spies are former members of local bands The Rainchildren and The Innocence Mission. They’ll be “Live From The Junction Center” this Friday evening at 8:00 to play songs – old and new – in front of a live studio audience. We’ll air it live on WJTL, but would like to give you a chance to be here for this exclusive event!
Those in attendance will enjoy local treats, too! We’ll serve Turkey Hill Dairy’s All-Natural Ice Cream and coffee courtesy of The Good Java Company!
Listen to WJTL all day long on Tuesday, April 22nd for chances to call in and win spots on our guest list for this exclusive event. Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90).