We are so looking forward to finally getting Parker McCollum back in town and we can't wait to hook you up with free tickets.

As you probably know by now, the Parker McCollum Make-Up Show, presented by Planet Construction J2911, is set for Thursday, March 10 at Warehouse 535 in Lafayette.

The show will feature special opening guest Jaryd Lane and will be an intimate acoustic event.

We're not selling tickets to the show. You can only win some and the "winning" starts now.

Since McCollum was forced to cancel his appearance for our Holiday Hangover Show in January, we are allowing anyone who had tickets to that show to exchange those tickets for some to this show.

So now through close of business on Tuesday, February 22, if you are in possession of Holiday Hangover Show tickets, just bring those down to our studios at 1749 Bertrand Drive in Lafayette and you'll be able to exchange those tickets for the Parker McCollum Make-Up Show.

For each ticket you bring us, we'll exchange for a ticket to the new show. Easy enough?

Ticket pick-up hours are weekdays from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Now, if you didn't have Holiday Hangover Show tickets, don't worry, we'll have free tickets to give away on-air soon. Actually, we will start giving away tickets on-air beginning Monday, February 21 and will do so up until show day.

Doors for the Make-Up Show will open at 6:00 pm and music will start at 7:00 pm.

Thanks again to our friends at Planet Construction J2911 for making this all possible.

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