P!NK Win’em Before You Can Buy’em

P!NK Win’em Before You Can Buy’em

STAR artist P!nk is making her first ever stop in Des Moines on Friday, November 8 at Wells Fargo Arena. Tickets go on sale to the public Saturday, March 30 at 10am, and we have your chance win them before you can buy them!

Listen for the cue to call three times each weekday, from 7am–5pm. When you hear it, be the 10th caller at 312-1025 and instantly win a pair of tickets to the concert and a CD copy of P!nk’s latest album The Truth About Love!

Tickets will be available at the Wells Fargo Arena Box Office, all Dahl’s Foods outlets, online at dahlstickets.com or by phone 866-55-DAHLS.

Here are the times we are playing this week:

Day Play #1 Play #2 Play #3
 Monday 3/25 7:00am–7:30am 12:00pm–12:30pm 4:00pm–4:30pm
 Tuesday 3/26 10:00am–10:30am 1:00pm–1:30pm 4:00pm–4:30pm
 Wednesday 3/27 11:00am–11:30am 2:00pm–2:30pm 4:00pm–4:30pm
 Thursday 3/28 10:30am–11:00am 1:30pm–2:00pm 3:30pm–4:00pm
 Friday 3/29 7:00am–7:30am 12:30pm–1:00pm 4:00pm–4:30pm

Official Rules (.pdf)

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