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February 13, 2019


During the week of Feb. 18, Wheel of Fortune has teamed with sister company Sony Music Nashville to give viewers the chance to win a trip to Las Vegas to attend the 54th ACM Awards® or albums from artists including Kane BrownLuke Combs, and Dolly Parton. The giveaways correspond with the game show’s “Great American Cities: Nashville” theme week.

From Feb. 18-22, music fans and “Wheel” watchers can enter the “54th ACM Awards Weekend Flyaway” for a chance to win a trip to the 54th ACM Awards on April 7 in Las Vegas, by visiting The grand prize includes airfare for two, two nights of hotel accommodations, two tickets to the star-packed 54th ACM Awards, two official ACM Awards After Party tickets, two Sony Music Nashville Whiskey Jam passes, and ground transportation between the airport and hotel.

“Nashville and ‘Wheel of Fortune’ make beautiful music together,” said Harry Friedman, Executive ProducerWheel of Fortune. “And we are pleased to shine a spotlight on this vibrant city and the music industry that makes it sing.”  

Also, fans will want to play Wheel of Fortune’s daily “Toss Up on Twitter” to win an album from Sony Music Nashville artists. Albums include Experiment by Kane BrownThis One’s For You Too from Luke Combs,Hallelujah Nights from LANCODumplin’ Original Motion Picture Soundtrack from Dolly Parton, and Telling All My Secrets from Mitchell Tenpenny. To play, fans will need to follow @WheelofFortune on Twitter and compete against other Wheel fans to be the first to solve new puzzles each weekday. Daily winners will be notified on Twitter via Direct Message from the @WheelofFortune account. 

On the air, Wheel of Fortune will feature Nashville as one of its “Great American Cities.” Music City will be showcased during the week with a custom set featuring well-known landmarks, contestants from the Nashville area, and pre-recorded messages from Sony Music Nashville’s roster of artists. The local affiliate, WKRN News 2, held sweepstakes to allow some lucky Nashville viewers to fly to Los Angeles to be part of the studio audience.

In preparation for the shows, hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White shot customized segments at the historic Ryman Auditorium, the Mother Church of Country Music, and the iconic Grand Ole Opry with SMN newcomersCarlton Anderson and Rachel Wammack respectively.

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