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The Wenatchee Valley Sportsmen Show
Feb
24
Feb 26

The Wenatchee Valley Sportsmen Show

Join us in 2017 at the Town Toyota Center for the 4th Annual Wenatchee Valley Sportsmen Show! The Town Toyota Center will be packed with attractions and demonstrations, including Lunker Lake, where kids can fish for free!

Mariachi Northwest Festival
Mar
31
7:30 pm19:30

Mariachi Northwest Festival

Student Workshop and Showcase

8:30am Registration

9:00am - 3:00pm Mariachi Northwest Festival Student Workshops

 

Gala Concert

7:30pm

Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez

Mariachi Huenachi

Bailadores de Bronce

$20 General Admission Pre-Sale Tickets

$25 At the Door Tickets

Children 12 and under are FREE * Ninos menores de 12 son gratis

For more information please visit www.mariachinorthwestfestival.com

Or Contact Ramon Rivera 509-393-8871  | rivera.r@wenatcheeschools.org

WEN-CON
Apr
8
10:00 am10:00

WEN-CON

WEN-CON is Wenatchee’s pop-culture convention, with guest stars, vendors, artists, games, panel discussions, prizes, cosplay and many, many other activities. It is an action-packed one-day-only event, from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. at the Town Toyota Center.

Tickets

Where to buy tickets: Purchase tickets online or in person at partner locations.

Date: Saturday, April 8, 2017

Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Cost:  $18 per person (ages 11 and older), $5 per person (ages 4-10). Three and under, free.

Admission price includes:

  • Commemorative badge
  • Free first autograph and selfie from each celebrity guest
  • Free photos of the “Time Machine”
  • Free opportunity to “Beat the Pro” with video game tester Sam “Doc” Castanon
  • Cosplay (costume) contest
  • Entry to all panels

Treat your tickets like cash. Lost, stolen, or otherwise misplaced tickets will not be replaced or refunded.

EVENTS

“Beat the Pro”: Play against Sam “Doc” Castañón, Sony Playstation tester and pro gamer

Think you can game? You’ll get a chance to show off your skills against one of the best: Sam “Doc” Castañón. Castañón, a Sony Playstation tester, will be available for “Beat the Pro” challenges at Wen-Con. Castañón has been gaming since Atari 2600 was released. In his own words: “Space Invaders was my game and technically my first shooter. I was the kid that always toted his Turbo Graphics 16 Turbo Express around with him playing Devil’s Crush Pinball because I believed I was going to be the next Digital ‘Tommy.’ I won my first game competition in 1998 having the fastest time in the world for Resident Evil 1 and 2 back to back at my local GameWorks, before games were seriously tracked. …Sony took notice of me and asked me to be part of a groundbreaking experience, the first console-only gamer reality show: “The Tester.” As a response to the fans, the show “Replay with Doc” in the PlayStation Home community theater was born.”


Videogame tournament hosted by Elite Gaming Gear

Yakima-based Elite Gaming Gear will host videogame tournaments for the valley’s most skilled gamers. More details on games and how to register to come. Visit Elite Gaming Gear at elitegaminggear.com.

 

Cosplay, with contest and prizes

Come dressed to impress. We love to see creative and original cosplay at WEN-CON. We will even have a contest for original costumes with fun prizes. Read the cosplay rules.

Panelists

Many of our major guests, including Steve Blum, Johnny Yong Bosch, Rick Farmiloe and John Alexander, are scheduled to host panels throughout the day. Come find out more about topics ranging from art, to film, to writing and much more. A schedule of panels and topics will be posted here soon.

Tabletop gaming

Try your hand at a quick round of popular card, dice or other tabletop game. We’ll be announcing a host and list of available titles here soon!

 

Free photos and autographs with scheduled guests

Get signatures and autographs from our biggest names! Get a signature and photo with:

  • Steve Blum, voice actor in “Naruto,” “Cowboy Bebop,” and hundreds of video games
  • Johnny Yong Bosch, actor in “Power Rangers,” “Bleach,” “Trigun”
  • John Alexander, actor in “Hellboy II,” “Men in Black,” “Return to Oz”
  • Rick Farmiloe, Disney and Dreamworks animator for “Aladdin,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Shrek”

AND MORE!


WHO'S COMING

With literally hundreds of V/O credits to his name, Steve Blum is best known as the voice of Spike Spiegel from “Cowboy Bebop,” Wolverine from several incarnations of X-Men (animated movies, games, TV Series, and more), Orochimaru, Zabuza, and others from “Naruto,” Green Goblin from the “Spectacular Spiderman” series, and many, many more. Additional shows include “Transformers: Prime,” “HULK: Agents of SMASH,” “Ultimate Spider Man,” “Ben 10: Omniverse,” “the Regular Show,” “Tenkai Knights,” and the hit series “Avatar: The Legend of Korra.”
In addition to television, his work in video games is prolific. In 2012, Steve was inducted into the Guinness Book of World records as Most Prolific Voice Actor in Video Games – appearing in almost 300 games. That number has only continued to grow. Games he’s been in include: “Bulletstorm,” the second and third “Mass Effect” games, “Diablo 3,” “Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm,” “Call of Duty,” “Arkham Asylum,” “DragonAge,” “Final Fantasy VII,” and a number of Star Wars games.
Find out more about the many, many roles Blum’s played at steveblumvoices.com and IMDb.

“Hellboy” fans will recognize John Alexander as leader of the BPRD, Johann Krauss, and the Bethmoora Goblin from “Hellboy II: The Golden Army.”
But before he was a goblin, Alexander made an an appearance in “Men in Black” and “Men in Black II” as Mikey, the fugitive alien, and Jarra, Will Smith’s nemesis.
Alexander has appeared in films since 1987, starting with “Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes” and including “Return to Oz,” “Mighty Joe Young,” “Gorillas in the Mist,” “Planet of the Apes,” “Zathura: A Space Adventure” and many others. He’s appeared in television as well, including the series “Jeeves and Wooster.”
From IMDb, “John Alexander has made a career out of playing highly specialized and physical character roles in sophisticated adventure films. A favorite of special effects gurus Rick Baker and the late Stan Winston, he is often found buried under extensive make-up or wrapped in complex animatronic suits.

Johnny Yong Bosch is an American actor, martial artist, voice actor and musician. His first major role was portraying Adam Park, the second Black Power Ranger and later, the Green Zeo Ranger and the first Green Turbo Ranger in the Power Rangers franchise, which led to roles in some martial arts television and feature films. He provides the English voices for a number of anime productions and video games, including “Akira,” “Trigun,” “Bleach,” “Sailor Moon” and “Sailor Moon Crystal” dubs, “Eureka Seven,” and many others.

Read more about Yong Bosch’s accomplishments on IMDb.

Rick Farmiloe has been doing animation since the ’80s. In 1981, he was offered a job as an Assistant Animator at Walt Disney and later promoted to Animator. He animated movies including “The Great Mouse Detective” “Oliver & Company.” HIs most iconic animated characters might be Scuttle the seagull in “The Little Mermaid” and Abu the monkey in “Aladdin.” Later Farmiloe left Disney and did work for Dreamworks. He was a Directing Animator on “The Prince of Egypt”and helped create storyboards for Shrek in 2001. A full animation reel of his 25+ years experience is on his website, along with a timeline of the rest of his work

Ryan Wells, Portland OR, is a professional cosplayer and prop builder as well as builder for the Magicwheelchair.org. Wells is known for being a “Creature Cosplayer”  and has been featured on such sites such as Stan Winston School for Character Art’s and MuppetsHenson.

“Cosplay was a natural progression for me since there was simply not enough Halloween in my life. I love to learn new skills, trades, make challenges for myself, getting inspiration and ideas from friends (new and old) and making connections through this great community. Known for being a ‘creature cosplayer’ I tend to draw inspiration mainly from film but I’m branching out into other genres."

Devri Walls is a #1 Amazon and international bestselling author. Having released six novels to date, she specializes in all things fantasy and paranormal. Devri is best known for her uncanny ability to build imaginative worlds and intricate storylines while still managing to present them in a delightfully easy to digest voice.

Settled in Meridian, Idaho Devri lives with her husband, two kids and the cutest mutt you’ve ever seen. When not writing she can be found teaching voice lessons, reading, cooking or binge watching whatever show catches her fancy.

Dagan Anderson is a local 15 year old with a penchant for Anime art. Dagan has been drawing since the age of nine years old, and has recently decided to leap into the world of salesmanship. If you’d like to see more amazing Anime artwork by Dagan, be sure to stop by the Dagenchar Art booth at WEN-CON!

Preston Smith is an independent comic creator based in Spokane Washington, having just released his first book in October of 2016 he plans to build a new and exciting universe through collaboration and creativity. He has loved comic books since a young age and has created stories for most of his life and is incredibly excited to share them. More can be found at www.splotchcomics.com, or see his promotional video on YouTube.

Cosplayer Conner Monroe as Crossfire will be joining Smith at WEN-CON 2017. Stop by the Splotch booth to meet both and receive a free gift! 

Brian Dorsey is the author of the Gateway science fiction series as well as non-fiction historical works. His Gateway series has been well reviewed and is frequently in the Amazon Top 100 for the Space Marine genre. He has also been nominated for a Manticore Award for best author of a scifi novella, Draxius Redeemed, which is now part of Cold Planet.
He has three adult children and lives with his wife, Kira, near Seattle, Wa. When not spending time with his family, Brian enjoys reading and researching US and Native American history, watching good TV shows or films (anything by Joss Whedon), hunting, teaching the occasional history class, or working on his next writing project.
His series has been well reviewed and is frequently in the Amazon Top 100 for the Space Marine genre.

Jeremy Colwell was born and lived his first 22 years in Wenatchee, WA. He spent two years at Wenatchee Valley College and then continued to study painting at the University of Washington. He got married, got a ‘real’ job, had a son, and said adios to said job to be a stay-at-home dad. Had another son.

He volunteered a lot in their schools. The kids grew up and he decided to get another job—one he would love. Coloring comics. So now that’s what he does for the likes of DC, Top Cow, IDW, Dark Horse, and others.

He lives in Camas, WA with his wife, two sons, and three work-interrupting cats. Visit him on Facebook, Twitter, or his website, or see a list of his published works.

Herb Leonhard was born in Munich, Germany, but grew up in the United States. One of his earliest memories was of a series of German children’s books beautifully illustrated by Fritz Baumgarten. This, along with a childhood spent within the pages of comics, inevitably led to a career as an artist and a love of many of the classic illustrators, both traditional and contemporary, including the Pre-Raphaelites; Maxfield Parrish, Alphonse Mucha, N.C. Wyeth, Brian Froud and Roger Dean. Because of this he remains able to observe the natural world around us with a sense of wonder, and sees every subsequent painting and drawing as a new learning experience.

In a career spanning over thirty years as a professional illustrator and graphic designer, Herb has illustrated more than thirty books and has earned numerous awards & international acclaim. His clients have included musician Tori Amos, Pelican Publishing, Omnibus Press, Ashgate Publishing, Raven Publishing, Steiner Korea and D Magazine. Through his own company The Prancing Pony he has published a series of popular fantasy coloring books, storybooks and various related products.

He lives in Prosser, Washington, with his wife, son, two horses, four cats and a plethora of chickens.

Herb’s work can be seen at:
www.herbleonhard.com
www.facebook.com/HerbLeonhardArt

Long ago in a galaxy far, far away… well, no, actually quite recently and close by, a retired television technician looked back on one of his favorite movies and decided to recreate some of the interest and excitement of the STAR WARS films by modeling one of their most endearing characters, R2D2.

The result is a 60″ motorized vehicle suitable for public exhibition and display.

This replica of one of film’s most famous cars is scheduled to be on display at WEN-CON 2017 and available for you to snap a selfie with. The Wells Yellowstone Time Machine “Back to the Future” Delorean replica prides itself in sharing the fan experience for young and old. Pictures are not only allowed, but encouraged at no cost. There is a Hoverboard prop they can stand on next to the car for the perfect photo-op and for that up close and personal interaction.

 

For more information please visit: WEN-CON.com

Disney In Concert - Magical Music from the Movies
Apr
22
7:00 pm19:00

Disney In Concert - Magical Music from the Movies

About the Show: 
This unforgettable performance will feature Magical Music from Disney Movies. Derived from some of the most famous movie scores ever – Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins, Aladdin, The Lion King and more – the musical program explores many of Walt Disney’s stories and characters through memorable melodies. In addition to local instrumental musicians, the show will feature four Broadway caliber vocalists, high-resolution film clips from iconic Disney movies and a narrative presented by the singers and conductor.

Symphony Background:
The Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra, founded in 1947, is a group of talented North Central Washington musicians - your neighbors and friends. The Orchestra performs four concerts each season and provides a variety of youth and adult education and community engagement programs to the community. Music Director and Conductor Dr. Nikolas Caoile, Director of Orchestras at Central Washington University, leads the Symphony. The Association is proud to provide a platform for area musicians to exhibit their talents for the benefit of the region.

CLICK HERE for more information about the Wenatchee Symphony.

GS Long's Hell on Hooves Roughstock Rodeo
May
12
7:30 pm19:30

GS Long's Hell on Hooves Roughstock Rodeo

GENERAL INFORMATION

Tickets: $20 General Admission, $25 Reserved Seating.  $5 Tickets for Children 12 and under

For groups of 10 or more, discounted tickets are available to purchase- call Katie Atkinson at 509-888-7363

RODEO 101

Bullriding-  8 seconds ond 2,000 lbs of terror! As dangerous as it is exciting, bull riders require balance, flexibility, quick reflexes and mostly an incredible mental attitude to step onto the back of a bull. Only holding on with one hand onto a rope which wraps around the bull is only half the battle. After the inevitable 'dismount', bullfighters stationed in the arena protect the rider. The cowboy wears a flak jacket and helmet (not required) Score is 50 points for the bull and 50 points for the rider.

Saddlebronc Riding- The classic event of rodeo. Born of cowboys taming wild horses.  The cowboy only holds onto a thick rein (rope) attached to the horse's halter. Every move must be synchronized with the movement of the horse for eight seconds. An outrider follows the action and helps the successful rider transfer to the pick up horse at full gallup. Score is judged 50 points for the horse and 50 points for the rider.

Bareback Riding - Compared to riding a jackhammer with one hand.  This event requires the strongest cowboys in rodeo. The riders hold onto a 'suitcase handle' on a strap on the horse's shoulder with one hand. The cowboy leans back and kicks his knees up to retain balance with the goal being eight seconds of pulling against gravity. The Popeye forearms of rodeo! This event endures the most injuries in rodeo. Score is judged 50 points for the horse and 50 points for the cowboy.

Barrel Racing - One for the ladies of rodeo. Nothing is as mesmerizing as a horse at full gallop. The rider runs a cloverleaf pattern consisting of turns around three barrels (a knocked over barrel is a five second penalty) and then a furious sprint to the finish! Fastest time wins.

Bull Poker - A measure of dollars and sensibility. Has to be seen to be believed. Four 'poker' players are seated in the center of the arena around a card table. Then a 'joker' is dealt-only this joker is a fighting bull. The last player to remain seated wins the dollars-the sensibility is still in question. Players wear flak jackets and helmets. 

KIDS ACTIVITIES

Mutton Bustin' is a FREE Event! 15 kids per night on a first come, first serve basis. Doors open at 6pm both nights, so if you'd like to sign your little one up for Mutton Bustin', be sure to come a little early.  There is a 50lb weight limit for Mutton Buster's, and all Children will receive a trophy for participating. Winner gets a BIG trophy!

Pony Rides! $3 Per Child, or 2 Children for $5

Mechanical Bull! Children and Adults of all ages can test out their own Bull-Riding skills on the Mechanical Bull! Children 12 and under are FREE to ride. $5 for adults.

 

GS Long's Hell on Hooves Roughstock Rodeo
May
13
7:30 pm19:30

GS Long's Hell on Hooves Roughstock Rodeo

GENERAL INFORMATION

Tickets: $20 General Admission, $25 Reserved Seating.  $5 Tickets for Children 12 and under

For groups of 10 or more, discounted tickets are available to purchase- call Katie Atkinson at 509-888-7363

RODEO 101

Bullriding-  8 seconds ond 2,000 lbs of terror! As dangerous as it is exciting, bull riders require balance, flexibility, quick reflexes and mostly an incredible mental attitude to step onto the back of a bull. Only holding on with one hand onto a rope which wraps around the bull is only half the battle. After the inevitable 'dismount', bullfighters stationed in the arena protect the rider. The cowboy wears a flak jacket and helmet (not required) Score is 50 points for the bull and 50 points for the rider.

Saddlebronc Riding- The classic event of rodeo. Born of cowboys taming wild horses.  The cowboy only holds onto a thick rein (rope) attached to the horse's halter. Every move must be synchronized with the movement of the horse for eight seconds. An outrider follows the action and helps the successful rider transfer to the pick up horse at full gallup. Score is judged 50 points for the horse and 50 points for the rider.

Bareback Riding - Compared to riding a jackhammer with one hand.  This event requires the strongest cowboys in rodeo. The riders hold onto a 'suitcase handle' on a strap on the horse's shoulder with one hand. The cowboy leans back and kicks his knees up to retain balance with the goal being eight seconds of pulling against gravity. The Popeye forearms of rodeo! This event endures the most injuries in rodeo. Score is judged 50 points for the horse and 50 points for the cowboy.

Barrel Racing - One for the ladies of rodeo. Nothing is as mesmerizing as a horse at full gallop. The rider runs a cloverleaf pattern consisting of turns around three barrels (a knocked over barrel is a five second penalty) and then a furious sprint to the finish! Fastest time wins.

Bull Poker - A measure of dollars and sensibility. Has to be seen to be believed. Four 'poker' players are seated in the center of the arena around a card table. Then a 'joker' is dealt-only this joker is a fighting bull. The last player to remain seated wins the dollars-the sensibility is still in question. Players wear flak jackets and helmets. 

KIDS ACTIVITIES

Mutton Bustin' is a FREE Event! 15 kids per night on a first come, first serve basis.  Doors open at 6pm both nights, so if you'd like to sign your little one up for Mutton Bustin', be sure to come a little early.  There is a 50lb weight limit for Mutton Buster's, and all Children will receive a trophy for participating.  Winner gets a BIG trophy!

Pony Rides! $3 Per Child, or 2 Children for $5

Mechanical Bull! Children and Adults of all ages can test out their own Bull-Riding skills on the Mechanical Bull! Children 12 and under are FREE to ride. $5 for adults.


BNCW Home Show
Feb
12
10:00 am10:00

BNCW Home Show

Friday, February 10th from 2-7pm

Saturday, February 11th from 10-7pm

Sunday, February 12th from 10-4pm

Tickets are $6 for adults $4 for seniors, kids 12 and under are FREE

BNCW Home Show
Feb
11
10:00 am10:00

BNCW Home Show

Friday, February 10th from 2-7pm

Saturday, February 11th from 10-7pm

Sunday, February 12th from 10-4pm

Tickets are $6 for adults $4 for seniors, kids 12 and under are FREE

BNCW Home Show
Feb
10
2:00 pm14:00

BNCW Home Show

Friday, February 10th from 2-7pm

Saturday, February 11th from 10-7pm

Sunday, February 12th from 10-4pm

Tickets are $6 for adults $4 for seniors, kids 12 and under are FREE

 

Numerica Credit Union’s Winter Ice Gala
Jan
27
6:00 pm18:00

Numerica Credit Union’s Winter Ice Gala

  • Town Toyota Center

Numerica Credit Union’s Winter Ice Gala
January 27th, 2017

A formal dinner & professional ice show benefiting the Arena Youth Enrichment Fund.

Numerica Blankets will be provided as guests will be seated on decked ice.

Ice Performance features:

Mark Miller

Mark Miller

Master of Ceremony, Mark Miller, General Manager, Town Toyota Center
Mistress of Ceremony, Jade Redinger, Good Morning News Anchor, KVEW-TV

Professional (and former Stars on Ice skaters) Kim Navarro & Brent Brommetre
Wenatchee Figure Skating Club
Miss East Cascades 2016, Brianna Eddy
Miss Washington 2016, Alicia Cooper
Fabulous Feet Dance Studio

Jade Redinger

Jade Redinger

Kim Navarro & Brent Brommetre 

Kim Navarro & Brent Brommetre 

Alicia Cooper & Brianna Eddy

Alicia Cooper & Brianna Eddy


Schedule

6:00pm | Complimentary Champagne and Hors d'oeuvres
7:00pm | Dinner |Formal Attire
8:00pm | Ice Show


$125 per person | Six people per table *limited seating


Menu

Hors d'oeuvres
Brie and cranberry filo cups with a drizzle of local honey
Potato cakes topped with cream fraiche smoked trout and chives
Mini spanakopita - spinach, cheese filled filo cups

Salad
Mixed greens, fresh orange, crumbled Chevre
and white balsamic vinaigrette

Entree
Roasted beef tenderloin medallions and prawns
finished with a drizzle of cognac cream sauce
on a bed of creamy polenta green bean bundles
with bacon and brown sugar

Dessert
Chocolate creme brulee served in a coffee cup and saucer set
with a praline cookie whipped cream and chocolate dust

Menu Created by: Chef Jodi Riggles


For tickets, call Nikki at 509.667.7847

For questions or further information, contact Jennifer Bushong, Vice-President marketing@towntoyotacenter.com or 509.888.7333

 

Star Skaters presented by:

Wenatchee Figure Skating Club presented by:

Special Thanks to:

Don Fox Designs - Set Design

Merriment - Centerpieces

Ogden Murphy Wallace - Guitar Donation

The Price is Right Live!
Dec
4
7:00 pm19:00

The Price is Right Live!

COME ON DOWN

TO WIN

The Price Is Right Live™ is the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to "Come On Down" to win.  Prizes may include appliances, vacations and possibly a new car!  Play classic games from television's longest running and most popular game show from Plinko™,  to Cliffhangers™,  to The Big Wheel™, and even the fabulous Showcase.

Playing to near sold-out audiences for nearly nine years, the Price Is Right Live! has given away more than 10 million dollars in cash and prizes and sold more than 1.2 million tickets.

If you enjoy the rush of emotions experienced while watching the show on television, just imagine the possibilities if you were actually in the audience watching it live.

 

WANT TO PLAY? NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of 50 United States and Canada (excluding Puerto Rico & Quebec), 18 years or older. Ticket purchase will not increase your chances of being selected to play. To register for chance to be a contestant, visit registration area at or near the venue box office 3 hours prior to show time.  For complete rules & regulations, including eligibility requirements, visit or call the box office.  To enter theater to watch show, a ticket purchase is required. Sponsored by Good Games Live, Inc.  Void where prohibited. Price is Right Live™/© 2016 FremantleMedia. All Rights Reserved.

THE PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE: Facts & Questions

How old do you have to be to register?

You must be 18 years of age or older to be eligible to register to become a contestant.

Can you still go to the show if you are under age?

Absolutely. Anyone can buy tickets and watch the show. It’s often a family affair, however only those 18 years of age or older can be eligible to be a contestant.

How will the registration process work?

Registration takes place day of show, prior to each performance. Beginning 3 hours before showtime, each eligible person who would like the opportunity to be selected to play will provide their first and last name and day of birth (0-31) to producers via registration cards which are given to eligible patrons by Venue staff. There is no ticket purchase required to register to be a contestant, and will not be considered a factor in determining eligible contestants or in the contestant selection process. Registration closes precisely at the scheduled showtime.

Will people be able to register before the night of the show?

Unfortunately not. All registration will open 3 hours prior to each show. People are encouraged to get there early to avoid lineups. Registration will remain open until the posted show time.

Will people be able to register more than one person at a time?

All contestants much register themselves. People will not be permitted to register additional people. Do people need to be there 3 hours before the show in order to register? It is ideal to arrive early, up to 3 hours, to avoid lineups, but registration will stay open until the posted show time. People may leave the theater after they have registered, but they must be present at the time of the drawing in order to be eligible.

Where should I drop my registration card?

Guests drop their cards into designated bins right near the registration tables. The Producer then collects the cards to conduct the random drawing right before the start of the show.

How are contestants selected for each show?

All contestants are selected entirely at random from the pool of registered contestants.

How does the random drawing selection work?

All contestants’ names are randomly drawn prior to start of show. If a person selected as a contestant is a non-ticket holder, they will be brought inside the venue by producers to await their turn as contestant.

When does the drawing take place?

The random drawing to determine show contestants will take place backstage during a 20 minute time period beginning at the posted show time. During that time the audience will be hearing the introduction to the show. All eligible contestants must be present at the time their name is called or they will be disqualified and another randomly selected name will be called. Eligible contestants who registered, but did not purchase a ticket will be informed in the waiting area in the first 20 minutes after the posted show time if they have been selected.

What is the procedure for someone who shows up to register but does not have a ticket?

By law, everyone who shows up and wants to register must be allowed to do so and have equal opportunity to be called down to be a contestant. If an individual registers and DOES NOT have a ticket to watch the show, they will be directed to a pre-determined location. All of the contestants there for the show are chosen at random as soon as registration closes. The names of all eligible registrants will be weighted equally, that is, no advantage shall be given to individuals who purchased a ticket over individuals that did not. If an individual who did not purchase a ticket is selected as a contestant, that person will be escorted to an open seat in the venue. Individuals who did not purchase a ticket and were not selected may leave the theater after the random drawing.

How do people collect their prizes if they win?

After someone wins a prize a producer will ask them to return to the front of the stage after the show where all the necessary paperwork will be done for the prizing. This takes place immediately following the show. The amount of time it takes depends entirely on the number of winners in a show. Usually not longer than 30 minutes to get through this process for the winners.

Is there a prize list available?

Prizes vary from show to show so no prize list is available, however the types of prizes are very similar to what you see on television. For example you may see a stainless steel fridge, pool table, cash prizes, and of course a car, etc.

How long will it take for me to receive my prize?

Checks for prize money and or non-cash prizes should be received within 120 days of your appearance on the Show. However, we typically don’t like to take that long to get your prize sent to you. We are just as excited for you to get your winnings as much as you are!

What happens after the 120 days is up and I still haven’t received my prize?

Uh oh! Something is definitely not right. Here is where you would call the number on your contestant agreement form (the pink sheet) you were handed after the show you attended. We will immediately look into the issue and make sure you don’t wait much longer to receive your prize. Sometimes contestants forget to let us know their address has changed or a prize just never gets to its destination for odd reasons. We won’t necessarily know this until you give us a call and we can look into it for you.

How long do I have to wait before I can come to another show and have a chance to win again?

You can come to as many shows as you want throughout the year but to be able to compete you must wait a year from the date you originally won.