Mornings with Dave Read
Weekdays 5AM to 10AM
July 7 to July 11
Fifty years ago The Beatles made television history appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show. This summer, make memories at the Cape Cod Melody Tent with The Fab Four – the Ultimate Beatles Tribute. Listen to Dave Read all this week for your chance to win a pair of tickets to The Fab Four at the Melody Tent on July 20th!
About The Fab Four
Founded in 1997 by Ron McNeil, John Lennon impersonator and President of The Fab Four Corp., the group began performing Beatles music throughout Southern California. The band’s beginning included regular performances at Disneyland‘s Tomorrowland Terrace, The Hop and Scruffy O’Sheas.
The original group, which includes McNeil, along with Ardy Sarraf, Rolo Sandoval and Michael Amador, have performed together as The Fab Four for the past 12 years, covering nearly the entire Beatles songbook, plus solo material as well. Join us for Beatles classics from the early days such as “I Saw Her Standing There” and “Love Me Do” through “The Magical Mystery Tour” of the psychedelic years to “Let It Be.”
• The contest begins on Monday, JULY 7 and ends on Friday, JULY 11, 2014.
• Listeners must respond to the cue to call during the weekday morning show to participate in the contest.
• This is an on-air contest only.
• DAILY WINNERS RECEIVE 2 TICKETS TO THE FAB FOUR AT THE CAPE COD MELODY TENT JULY 20TH
• Tickets are valued at $63.00 PER PAIR.
• Contest line / WOCN line at 1-800-896-9626
• Contest is open to eligible listeners, 18 and over.
• Normal contest rules apply.
• Prize is non-transferable and can not be exchanged for any other prize or cash.
• Cape Cod Broadcasting does not take any responsibility for exclusions or cancellations. It is the winner’s responsibility to follow individual redemption rules posed by the sponsor.
• All prizes must be picked up at our offices, 737 W. Main St. in Hyannis between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday thru Friday within 30 days or the prize is forfeited.
• We reserve the right to change these rules at any time without notification in order to retain the integrity of the contest