The Piano Man is heading to the Mile High City to do another great show that fans are going to love; he'll probably even gain some new fans, he's that entertaining.

RETRO 102.5, Northern Colorado's home for the 70's, 80's, and More, is also a big fan of Billy Joel and has one last pair of tickets for that concert on July 12, 2024.

If you want to see one of the few baseball stadium shows the legend is doing, it's going to be fun to try and win these tickets.

Billy Joel has done hundreds and hundreds of concerts, but when he plays at a baseball stadium he seems to have the "best" time; having the opportunity for Coloradans to see him at Coors Field is a real treat.

Win Tickets to Billy Joel at Coors Field from Colorado's RETRO 102.5

Beginning July 1, 2024 at 8:00 a.m. until 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday July 10, be listening for ANY song by Billy Joel.

When you hear one - let us know which one, and when you heard it, by messaging us with the RETRO 102.5 app.

Each time you hear a Billy Joel song and do message us, is another entry to win that last pair of tickets to see him at Coors Field on July 12, 2024.

How to Message RETRO 102.5 That You Heard a Billy Joel Song:

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  • Find the 'Chat w//RETRO' Button on the Home Screen:
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  • Type in What Billy Joel Song You Heard and When You Heard It:
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On the morning of Thursday, July 11, Chris Kelly will call the winner of our last pair of tickets to see Billy Joel at Coors Field on July 12, 2024.

Again, the more you listen and let us know each time you hear a Billy Joel song, the better your chances at winning.

Good Luck!

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