99.5 WKDQ has one final chance for you to see the Pentatonix live in Evansville, Indiana on November 30th.

The Grammy Award-winning and multi-platinum vocal group became a household name after winning the third season of NBC's The Sing-Off over a decade ago in 2011. The five-piece featuring Mitch Grassi, Kirstin Maldonado, Scott Hoying, Matt Sallee, and Owensboro, Kentucky native, Kevin Olusola singing cover songs, famous Christmas songs, and originals, including their latest, "Rise."

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You've heard their take on iconic songs over the years. On top of that, you've seen the popular acapella group perform on a variety of shows that include award shows, holiday specials, and even The Masked Singer as the California RollNow, you have the chance to see them live in Evansville, Indiana!

Pentatonix Bringing The Most Wonderful Tour of the Year to  Evansville

Pentaonix will be heading to the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana on Thursday, November 30th as a part of their  The Most Wonderful Tour of the Year tour. As the tour name implies, you will be hearing their takes on popular Christmas songs for a night that will surely get you into the holiday spirit.

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Kyle Johnston/LiveNation

Tickets for the show went on sale back in August and can be purchased at the Ford Center box office and through Ticketmaster. However, if you haven't got your tickets for the show, we have one last chance for you to win a pair of tickets to see the Pentatonix at the Ford Center.

Enter to Win Tickets to See Pentatonix at the Ford Center

So, you want to win a pair of tickets to the concert? Here's your last chance to win!

All you have to do is enter to win through the form below to win a pair of tickets to the Pentatonix show at the Ford Center on November 30th. The deadline to enter is Wednesday, November 28th at 10 a.m. CST. All Townsquare Media General Contest Rules apply.

Good luck!!!

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