Earth Wind & Fire is coming to the Ozarks for a big show at Ozarks Amphitheater in Camdenton on Sunday, July 2 and we have tickets you can win to see the show on us!
So how can you win your free tickets? Just listen to me every afternoon around 3:45 PM CST on Awesome 92.3, yaknow around the time we usually play music trivia. Well, from Wednesday, January 25 through Tuesday, January 31 we'll be playing Earth Wind & Fire trivia for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the show.
I'll ask an Earth Wind & Fire trivia question, and the first person to call me at 660-826-9210 with the correct answer will win a pair of tickets to the show on Sunday, July 2.
If you're not so sure about your Earth Wind & Fire trivia knowledge, tickets for the show go on sale Friday, January 27 at 10:00 AM through the Ozarks Amphitheatre website.
Earth Wind & Fire was formed in Chicago in 1969 and the band was a pioneer in the fusion of R&B, soul, funk, rock, and jazz and bridging the gap that has often separated the musical tastes of Black and white America.
They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000 for "making an impact that transcends race, cultures, and time." Some of the group's hits include "September", "Shining Star" and "Let's Groove". You may think you don't know a lot of their music, but get groovin' at their show and I bet you'll know more songs than you think.
Earth Wind & Fire at Ozarks Amphitheater is presented by Mammoth Live out of Lawrence, Kansas.
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