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Pensacon’s Day of the Dead-Zombie Run 11/1

Posted on: October 29th, 2014 by brent
Questions? Contact the Administrator
Contact: Katie Hagensick
Phone: 850-435-9222
Email: Click here to email the Administrator
About this Event
The Day of the Dead Zombie Run is a 5K run through a fully immersive zombie apocalypse experience in the middle of Downtown Pensacola. A zombie pandemic has been sweeping the country, and the government has been attempting to control the outbreaks through enforcing checkpoints to test for the deadly “Z Virus.”
Past the checkpoint lies the promise of a secure, safe location. However, just as you’ve been processed and almost reached safety, the checkpoint has been compromised – the infection is spreading! Before you lies a harrowing obstacle course winding through a sudden zombie outbreak. Chances for survival are slim.Get ready to run for your lives!
Registration Details
Zombie: $50 ($40 with donation of 10 non-perishable food items)
Survivor: $35 ($25 with donation of 10 non-perishable food items)Canned goods will be checked at time of packet pickup
Register for the exclusive opportunity to participate as a zombie in the Day of the Dead Zombie Run 5K! Every registered zombie will be “zombified” by professional make-up artists in a VIP lounge before the race. Chase, stumble, and grab your way through the hordes, infecting as many other “survivor” runners as possible along the way!**Spots are limitedZombies will be divided into hoards (1-5), please select your time & notice the make-up call time. Spots are limited for each hoard, so register early to get your desired slot!
Register to participate as a survivor in the Day of the Dead Zombie Run 5K, and get ready to run for your life! To get to safety, you must run through an obstacle course of zombie-infested streets. You will encounter five different zombie hordes throughout the exhilarating course, so stay on your toes!
Packet Pick-Up
Date: Thursday, Oct. 30th
Location: Running Wild Pensacola
Time: 3:30p – 6:30pDate: Saturday, Nov. 1st
Location: Seville Square
Time: 8:30a – 9:30a

Register Here

Chase Bryant – Close Up – November 11

Posted on: October 27th, 2014 by brent

Chase Bryant is coming for a Cat Country Close Up Acoustic performance

When: November 11 from 6-9p

Where: Juana’s Pagodas, Navarre Beach

Admission: Free / All Ages

1451 Navarre Beach Cswy.,
Navarre Beach, Florida 32566


Pick A Bowl for Manna Food Pantries Nov. 14

Posted on: October 26th, 2014 by brent

Come help fight hunger at “Pick a Bowl for Manna” 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Anna Lamar Switzer Center for the Visual Arts at PSC.

Admission is Free… donations are accepted.

The event features a wide selection of hand-crafted bowls by local artists, including PSC’s Visual Arts faculty and students, for sale and gift wrapping in time for the holidays.

With each bowl purchase of $30, MANNA can provide food for a week to a hungry person. While watching live demonstrations by the area’s finest potters, visitors can shop and enjoy appetizers and beverages.

An early bird preview lunch will be held on Friday, Nov. 14, 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. for $30, which includes one bowl plus lunch, while supplies last. During the lunch, participants will get a sneak peek at silent auction items that will be available to bid on that evening.

The event is sponsored by Pensacola State College and Gulf Power.

For more information, call 850-432-2053 or visit

D-Day: Normandy 1944 IMAX Special Showing

Posted on: October 26th, 2014 by brent

Tuesday November 11, Veteran’s Day,  join Cat Country 98.7 at 11am aboard NAS Pensacola at the Naval Aviation Museum for the new IMAX movie D-Day: Normandy 1944.  The entire 11am showing is only available through the Cat.  You can claim 4 seats for this all ages IMAX show.  After the show, enjoy the museum with your family and stay for a special performance from the Children’s Chorus at 2pm.

Click here to RSVP and claim your 4 tickets now.

Listen for your chance win 4 tickets to the 11am showing on November 11.

Exclusive CMA Viewing Party at Wild Greg’s Nov. 5

Posted on: October 21st, 2014 by brent

The Cat is hosting an Exclusive CMA viewing Party on November 5th at Wild Greg’s Saloon, the Country Club on Palafox in Downtown Pensacola… the food is great and the Prizes will be outstanding.  If you have already claimed your tickets you can download them here… Otherwise you can only win them on the air with a guess for “What’s in the Cat’s Kitty”.   We are looking forward to enjoying the CMA Awards with you this year at Wild Greg’s Saloon.

Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show 2014 – Nov. 7-9

Posted on: October 20th, 2014 by brent

Friday Night Air Show
Gates Open: 3 p.m. / Air Show begins 4 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday
Gates Open: 8 a.m. / Air Show begins 9 a.m.

*The Blue Angels will fly on Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m.

Click Here for FAQ’s  |  Click Here for Regulations and Important things to know


US Navy Blue Angels

The Blue Angels flight demonstration team is more than just a group of individuals; brought together to represent the United States Navy and Marine Corps. This team combines the best and brightest, at the top of their craft. Their camaraderie and chemistry assure the team mission is more than just a job – it’s a passion!

Since 1946, the Blue Angels have flown for more than 260 million spectators. The Blue Angels are an American air show favorite and delight audiances across the country with their precision, speed and aerobatics. During their aerobatic demonstration, the Blues fly six F/A-18 Hornet aircraft, split into the Diamond Formation (Blue Angels 1 through 4) and the Lead and Opposing Solos (Blue Angels 5 and 6). Most of the show alternates between maneuvers performed by the Diamond Formation and those performed by the Solos.


Air National Guard – John Klatt

John Klatt has thrilled millions of air show spectators across America with a unique blend of precision, power and performance.  He has served in the Air National Guard for more than 20 years – flying combat, air support and humanitarian missions throughout the world in the F-16 “Fighting Falcon” and the C-130 “Hercules” aircraft. John’s air show routine is packed with excitement and carefully choreographed maneuvers.  John puts his amazing MXS aircraft through its paces in 10 minutes of world class precision power aerobatics that include seven snap rolls on a forty-five down line with multiple linked rolls in the opposite direction, four point vertical roll followed by a huge torque roll and much more!


Shockwave Jet Truck – Neal Darnell

This Triple Jet Engine Monster has become a National Icon.  With its fast speeds and power, Shockwave is a sight to behold.  As a driver/ pilot of the world’s fastest jet powered truck, Neal Darnell has been performing at air shows for 10 years.  In 2005, Neal set an air show speed record of 375 mph that still stands today!



The Budweiser Clydesdales

First introduced to the public on April 7, 1933, to celebrate the repeal of Prohibition, the Budweiser Clydesdales were originally a gift to August Anheuser Busch, Sr. from his son August A Bush Jr to symbolize the brewer’s heritage, tradition and commitment to quality. The team is generally comprised of eight horses driven at any one time, with two in reserve.  Much like the Blue Angels, they have to meet certain standards to qualify for this dynamic team.  Each Budweiser Clydesdale must possess an even temperament and strong, draft horse appearance, be at least four years old, stand at least six feet at the withers when fully mature, and weigh between 1,800 and 2,300 pounds (820 and 1,040 kg). This is in addition to being bay in color (a reddish-brown coat with a black mane and tail), have four white stocking feet, and a blaze of white on the face.


Mike Goulian

Millions of air show spectators around the globe have witnessed the ferocity of a Mike Goulian air show performance.  Every roll, pull and tumble of this flight is a deliberate execution of precision.  With his aggressive approach to the air show arena, Mike Goulian has mastered the ability to convey his message of passion through flight. As an air show superstar, Mike Goulian continues to redefine what is possible in the air.  His ability to push the limits while adhering to strict safety standards has earned Mike the reputation of being a true professional.


Screamin Sasquatch – John Klatt

The Screamin’ Sasquatch is a one-of-a-kind Jet Waco aircraft set to take flight and take air show acts to new heights with its jet-powered aerobatic biplane capable of flying straight up at maximum speeds.




Vertigo Air Shows – Bob Carlton

Flying the Super Salto jet sailplane, Bob Carlton brings more power, speed and aerobatic capability than any other sailplane on the planet. His aerobatic moves stream across the sky in whirling, dizzy motions. The spectacular Fire & Lights night pyro show sets the night sky ablaze with color and action with sparks, smoke, fireballs and bomb bursts.



David Martin Air Shows Breitling CAP232

David Martin flies a unique air show demonstrating the extraordinary maneuverability of his Breitling CAP 232. David is well known in the aerobatic community for his ability to tumble the plane in unparalleled style and accomplish gyroscopic maneuvers never duplicated by others. With a strong background in competition aerobatics, David’s air show is a combination of precision and amazing tumbling maneuvers.


Kevin Coleman Aerosports

At just over 21, Kevin Coleman is by far one of the youngest air show pilots in the world.  As a second generation pilot and second generation air show performer, Kevin’s desire and ability seem to come natural, as if it were a genetic gift. Coleman pilots the one of a kind Extra 300SHP. This aircraft is one of the highest performance airplanes in the world and was the first high performance, unlimited aerobatic airplane that Walter Extra designed and built in almost 15 years. This combination of natural talent and high performance creates a spectacular performance that will leave the crowd amazed and astounded.


Gene Soucy Airshows

Gene Soucy is one of the most well-respected and proficient airshow pilots in American aviation.  Teresa Stokes is a wing walker, a daring airborne occupation that dates back to the barnstorming era of stunt pilots and tightrope walkers. Together, they are a dynamic team representing fluidity in motion as they make their daring maneuvers look easy. Performing in over 25 airshows between the months of April and November, Gene and Teresa make the art of wing-walking demonstration look surreal and leave crowds in awe.



Mike Rambo –  Beechcraft T6

Based in Wichita, Kansas, Mike Rambo flies the Texan II demo, showcasing the reliability and capability of the best primary training aircraft available. Mike Rambo demonstrates the T6 capability and performs extraordinary maneuvers with precision and speed.



Roger Buis – Otto

OTTO the Helicopter is one of the most unique and versatile air show acts in the world. OTTO provides air show fans great entertainment. During OTTO’s daytime comedy show he entertains the crowds by blowing bubbles, playing with his yo-yo, racing around barrels and picking them up, shooting smoke in all directions, towing banners, and more – all while interacting with the announcer!



Team AeroDynamix

Team AreoDynamix, the world’s largest air show team, provides an exciting and memorable performance that combines precision formation flying and formation aerobatics.   Team AeroDynamix owns the night with a spectacular night air show that dances through the night with speed and formation aerobatics.  This show is sure to become one of your air show favorites.



Marine Corps V-22 Osprey

The US Marine Corps V22 Osprey will be at the 2014 NAS Pensacola Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show for a flight demonstration.  See one of the world’s most versatile aircraft.  With the speed and range of a turboprop, the maneuverability of a helicopter and the ability to carry troops twice as fast and five times farther than previous helicopters, the Osprey is a spectacular aircraft to see.


Rob Reider – Air Show Announcer

Rob is proud to be the voice of the most prestigious aerial events and to take the excitement of flight right to the hearts of millions of people each year. He brings an immense amount of experience and knowledge to the stage of air shows.  Rob announced his first air show in 1978 and by 2006, air show announcing had become his full-time occupation!



Wayne Boggs – Air Boss

Wayne Boggs has performed Air Boss duties for over 20 years and is currently the man in charge for the 2014 NAS Pensacola Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show.  During the show Wayne Boggs is the air boss and assists in the production and execution of the air show.  Recognized as one of the top air bosses in the country, Wayne Boggs is excited to bring his talent to the 2014 air show.


Tyler Farr Stays Busy In “A Guy Walks Into a Bar” Video

Posted on: October 17th, 2014 by Chris

Tyler Farr is busy in the video for “A Guy Walks Into a Bar.” It shows him playing the song outside of a tunnel, then serves up drinks and breaks up a fight at a bar. And, in the end, he gets the girl.

‘The Voice’ Losing One For Season 8

Posted on: October 16th, 2014 by Chris

Blake Shelton has been confirmed to return to his chair for the upcoming eighth season of ‘The Voice.’

The hit reality singing competition announced the news on Twitter yesterday:

Not coming back is Gwen Stefani, who will step aside as Christina Aguilera returns from maternity leave.

Season 8 starts filming early next year.

Brett Eldredge Named ‘One To Watch’

Posted on: October 14th, 2014 by Chris

Brett Eldredge is one of People magazine’s “Ones to Watch”. The recognition is in connection with People‘s 40th Birthday issue.

His blurb says, “The country singer wasn’t always the lively performer he is nowadays. “When I was on stage, I used to get so freaked out that I just wouldn’t even look up,” he says. “Now I’m jumping off the stage into the crowd, and the ladies are sticking dollar bills in my pocket.”

The “Ones to Watch” list recognizes the entertainment industry’s hottest rising stars. “All About That Bass” singer Meghan Trainor and stars from the new show ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ were among the other celebrities recognized.

Blake Grows Something On His Farm But Doesn’t Know Why

Posted on: October 7th, 2014 by Chris

When Blake Shelton isn’t touring or recording or working on The Voice, he enjoys working on his farm in Oklahoma. Blake plants a lot of different crops, but he recently admitted to that he plants at least 10 acres of watermelons every year and he can’t explain why. 

“I hate watermelons. I don’t know why I do it. It’s random and it’s weird. My step-dad likes them, but Miranda doesn’t even really care for them that much.”

Blake doesn’t have to worry about too many of the watermelons going to waste. He says, “Normally, it never makes it to the point where they even get eaten because deer eat them so fast.”

His new album ‘Bringing Back The Sunshine’ is out now.