Win Concert Tickets with the Summer of Fun with Bud Light

Summer of Fun with Bud Light

Who wants to win concert tickets this summer? The Summer of Fun with Bud Light is your chance to win tickets to some of the biggest shows around!

To enter for your chance to win – it’s easy!

  1. Visit a location that sells Bud Light in Bloomington-Normal such as Qik N EZ, Freedom Oil, Huck’s, Hy-Vee, jewel Osco, Kroger, and Schnuck’s.
  2. Use your smartphone’s camera to scan the QR code on the Summer of Fun with Bud Light signage.
  3. Fill out the online registration form and you’re automatically qualified for that giveaway!

The giveaway changes every two weeks so be sure you’re listening to find out what we’re giving away all summer long.

Contest rules can be found here.

Dates of ContestWeekly PrizesWinner
May 13 – 27Kenny Chesney at Soldier Field in Chicago – June 15Amber of Bloomington
June 8 – 23Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago – August 1-4Brandy of Bloomington
June 24 – July 7Country Thunder in Wisconsin – July 18-21John of Bloomington
July 8 – 21Luke Bryan at Wrigley Field in Chicago – August 25
July 22 – August 4Pitbull at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre near St. Louis – September 22
August 5 – 18Meghan Trainor at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre near St. Louis – October 2
August 19 – September 2Twenty One Pilots at Enterprise Center in St. Louis – October 10



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