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TONIGHT ON EB ep.708: Win Tickets to Peach Music Festival, Phish Chicago 94 Box Set, and More

We’re two weeks away from the first annual Allman Brothers Band Peach Music Festival taking place at Montage Mountain in Scranton, PA. The debut lineup will feature two nights of ABB, headliner Zac Brown Band, Tedeschi Trucks Band, O.A.R., The Wailers, Warren Haynes Band, Dark Star Orchestra, and more.

 

Endless Boundaries Jam Radio will be giving away a pair of full weekend passes on tonight’s broadcast. All you have to do is tune in and win! For exact contest times and details, Follow EB on Twitter and/or Like EB on Facebook. In addition to a weekend full of music, all tickets purchased or won, will include access to the water park!

 

For more information including directions, ticketing, and camping info to Peach Music Festival, check out ThePeachMusicFestival.com. Tune in at 7:30 for a half-hour preview of what to expect on August 10th, 11th, and 12th.

 

 

Maybe you can’t get to the Peach Festival due to other obligations or because you live on the west coast and you want to win something else. As promised, EB will have copies of the new Phish Chicago 94 box set available at Phish Dry Goods on July 31st. The six disc box set features both shows taking place at the UIC Pavillion in 1994 (June 18th and November 25th). Win it before you can buy it! Tune in during the 30 minute live Phish segment known as Soundcheck.

 

 

And of course, just tune in for one hell of a Saturday night Jam soundtrack featuring the latest Summer Tour and Festival recordings, new music, and whatever else makes it to the airwaves. It’s just like going to a show!

 

Endless Boundaries goes live at 6pmEST on Z889, 95.1 and 100.7 FM in Philadelphia and South Jersey, worldwide at z889.org, and directly to your mobile phones with the Z889 iPhone App or Droid users can download Shoutcast/WinAmp/Tuned In/Hi Def Radio or any radio app and search “Z889”.

 

Till Tonight, Stay Tuned!

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