Guess the 2022 Tony Winners For a Chance to Win 75 Free Broadway Tickets | Playbill

Tony Awards Guess the 2022 Tony Winners For a Chance to Win 75 Free Broadway Tickets

Entries are now open for the game celebrating the 75th Annual Tony Awards, set for June 12 at Radio City Music Hall.

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The Official Tony Awards Challenge officially opens May 9 at 2 PM ET. The returning game invites Broadway fans to predict the winners of the 75th Annual Tony Awards, with a chance at winning a number of prizes, including 75 free Broadway tickets.

Presented in partnership with Broadway loyalty rewards program Audience Rewards and open to its members, the challenge has participants choose between "Go Big," in which entrants are asked to make a correct guess in each category to win the grand prize, or to "Go Fast" and predict eight notable category winners for 500 Audience Rewards ShowPoints. The points are redeemable for tickets, curated experiences, and more.

Those wishing to play who are not already Audience Rewards members may join the program for free to participate. Entries will be accepted through June 12 at 3 PM ET.

“Every year, the Tony Awards Challenge represents a fun way for theatre fans to connect with Broadway,” says Audience Rewards Executive Vice President Katie Dalton in a statement. “The game feels especially meaningful this year as a way to celebrate the stellar Broadway season that has triumphantly returned after the unprecedented shutdown, and the 75th Annual Tony Awards!”

This year's Tony Awards, presented by The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, will be presented in a live broadcast from Radio City Music Hall June 12. CBS and Paramount+ will bring the the event to at-home audiences with the celebration set to begin at 7 PM ET and the awards ceremony following at 8 PM ET.

To sign up and review the guidelines, visit TonyAwardsChallenge.com.

 
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