With Daylight Saving Time beginning for 2024, RETRO 102.5 has your chance to have some fun, while there's more sun out there!

While you listen during your workday, RETRO 102.5 will give out code words; each one that you enter online or on the RETRO 102.5 app, will get you closer to winning a pair of tickets to six concerts coming to Colorado this spring/summer.

Concert Goer

Imagine: You could have six pairs of tickets to go to six different shows in Colorado, just because you were listening to RETRO 102.5. We have the tickets, and one listener is going to be very excited.

RETRO 102.5's 'More Sun, More Fun' Giveaway - The Grand Prize

Technically, it's six prizes! One winner with have a pair of tickets to each:

Bruce Hornby
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Bruce Hornsby:

  • April 23 at Paramount Theatre
Adam Ant
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Adam Ant:

  • May 6 at Paramount Theatre
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  • May 8 at Mission Ballroom
James Taylor
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James Taylor:

  • June 2 at Red Rocks
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REO Speedwagon & Train:

  • August 22 at Fiddler's Green
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  • September 22 at Red Rocks

RETRO 102.5's 'More Sun, More Fun' Giveaway - How to Play:

Be listening to RETRO 102.5 each weekday between March 11, 2024 and March 22, 2024 for the 'More Sun, More Fun' code words:

  • 8:20 a.m. with Chris Kelly
  • 10:20 a.m. with Sarah Sullivan
  • 2:20 p.m. with Dave Jensen
  • 5:20 p.m. with Dave Jensen
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Enter those code words HERE and on the RETRO 102.5 app to be instantly qualified for the Grand Prize. The more code words that you enter, the more that you'll increase your chances at winning, so be listening each workday.

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