GBF'N Festival Week is back, with your chance to score passes to Louder Than Life!
Louder Than Life
Music festival season is right around the corner, and the countdown is officially on to Louder Than Life 2023! Louder Than Life is THE premier rock festival in the music festival world. It's a four-day festival taking place from September 22nd through September 24th, 2023 in Louisville, Kentucky. The lineup for Louder Than Life 2023 has not been announced yet, but with acts like Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Slipknot, Nine Inch Nails, and more headlining in recent years, you know Louder Than Life knows how to put on a rock festival and draws huge names in rock!
However, all we know so far for 2023 is that Pantera is on board for Louder Than Life 2023. Louder Than Life announced Pantera in February
So when will the lineup for Louder Than Life 2023 be released? Good news, Louder Than Life took to social media to announce that the 2023 lineup will be revealed on Wednesday, March 15th, and according to Louder Than Life this year will be the biggest lineup yet!
Your Chance to Win Passes to Louder Than Life
With all of the excitement surrounding this week's lineup announcement for Louder Than Life, it has us at GBF super excited for the upcoming rock festival, and to celebrate the lineup announcement, 103 GBF will have YOUR chance to score passes to Louder Than Life with GBF'N Festival Week.
GBF'N Festival Week
Starting on March 21st, listen to 103 GBF because TWICE each weekday there will be a cue to call on air. The first cue to call will take place during Middays with Kat Mykals sometime between 10A-3P. When you hear the cue to call, you'll call in and the right caller will score a pair of 4-day festival passes to Louder Than Life! The second cue to call will take place later in the day during Afternoons with Melissa Awesome between 3-7PM. That's TWO chances EVERY weekday from 3/21-3/24 to score a pair of festival passes!
If you want to go ahead and buy Louder Than Life tickets, you can purchase your passes, here.
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