Back in July of 2021, The Beach Boys rolled into the Beaver Dam Amphitheatre. This weekend, they're coming back. But, this time, they're going to be sharing the stage with a bunch more musicians. For the first time ever, The Dam has formed a collaboration with the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra and the OSO's going to be playing with The Beach Boys!

The Beach Boys are no strangers to performing with symphonies around the country. This past May, for example, they teamed up with the Nashville Symphony for a concert at Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

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The concert in Beaver Dam will be led by Troy Quinn, who's the conductor of the Owensboro Symphony. Troy's really excited about the show!

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Troy says, "I am thrilled to perform . . . with such a legendary group as The Beach Boys." There's no doubt, it's going to be an incredible night of hits.

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To celebrate the collaborative efforts of Beaver Dam Amp, the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra and The Beach Boys, we're giving away SIX PAIRS of last-minute tickets to the show. All you have to do to be in the running is fill out the form below.

To be eligible to win, you can register anytime between 7am CST, Thursday, August 10th through 7am CST, Friday, August 11th.  Then, WBKR Morning Show host Mary-Katherine Maddox will announce the six lucky winners.

The Beaver Dam Amphitheatre is located at 217 South Main Street.

Good luck and we hope to be able to send you to the show!


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