It's been way too long since we've been able to welcome WWE back to Evansville, but it's finally time to welcome them back! WWE is bringing Smackdown to the Ford Center on November 5th, 2021!  We know Evansville is no stranger to WWE stopping by, but it's been over a year since we were able to enjoy a live WWE show at the Ford Center!

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Who Will Be There?

All of your favorite superstars will be there too, the Universal Champion Roman Reigns, Smackdown Women's Champion Becky Lynch, Smackdown Tag Team Champions The Usos, will all be there! Don't forget favorites like Bianca Belair, Finn Balor, Seth Rollins, Street Profits, and more! It's definitely going to be a night you won't want to miss, and it'll be televised. It's always super cool when a televised event comes to Evansville.

How Can I Get Tickets?

So you want to go?  Well, there are a few ways to do that! First off 103 GBF has your tickets, all this week listen to me (Melissa Awesome) from 3 PM- 7 PM each day I'll have a cue to call where caller number 9 will score a pair of tickets to the show, BEFORE they're on sale! So that's happening on-air all week long! You can also purchase tickets when they go on sale this Friday, September 17th at 10 AM.  Tickets start at just $20 and you can pick yours up at Ticketmaster.com or at the Ford Center Box Office.

Pre-Sale Information:

If you can't wait until Friday, there's a special ticket pre-sale happening on Wednesday, September 15th at 10 AM.  The pre-sale will go from 10 AM Wednesday morning to 10 PM Thursday Evening. To get in on the pre-sale you can get your tickets through Ticketmaster.com using the password: CHAMPION

I'm excited to see another WWE event back in Evansville, and can't wait to see what happens!!

 

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