How to Get FREE Evansville Otters Tickets This Summer

Evansville Otters baseball is back at historic Bosse Field, and you and your family can attend select games for free.

Townsquare Media has teamed up with Astound Broadband (formerly WOW!) to bring you free tickets to Evansville Otters. You can join us for Astound Days and get your FREE Evansville Otters tickets!

The Astound Days at Bosse Field take place on the following dates:

  • Wednesday July 6
  • Sunday July 17
  • Wednesday July 27
  • Thursday August 18

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You can join Townsquare Media for live streams of Otters games leading up to Astound Days throughout the summer. During these live streams, we will be hosting a ticket blitz. On these ticket lightning nights, we’ll be giving away 100 tickets to Astound Days at Bosse Field. Each ticket comes with food and a drink!

Here’s when you can meet us at Bosse Field for FREE Otters tickets:

July the 5th

99.5 WKDQ and My 105.3 WJLT will be broadcasting live at Bosse Field from 5-7 p.m. and handing out tickets (while supplies last) for July 6 Astound Day at Bosse Field.

July 9th

103 GBF will be broadcasting live at Bosse Field from 5-7 p.m. and will be giving away tickets (while supplies last) for July 17 Astound Day at Bosse Field.

July 15th

Kiss 106 will be streaming live at Bosse Field from 5-7 p.m. and will be giving away tickets (while supplies last) for July 17 Astound Day at Bosse Field.

July 16

99.5 WKDQ and My 105.3 WJLT will be broadcasting live at Bosse Field from 5-7 p.m. and handing out tickets (while supplies last) for July 27 Astound Day at Bosse Field.

August 6

103 GBF and Kiss 106 will be broadcasting live at Bosse Field from 5-7 p.m. and handing out tickets (while supplies last) for August 18 Astound Day at Bosse Field.

Be sure to stop by on these select dates to get FREE Evansville Otters tickets for the whole family with Townsquare Media and Astound Broadband.

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