El Pasoans are coming out of their houses to enjoy some live entertainment once again. 2022 is filed with tons of events many El Pasoans are looking forward to, but some are happening very soon.

Jo Koy will be here in El Paso on January 7th, 2022, to perform at the Don Haskins Center.

We know how much El Pasoans love comedy and how much they love free stuff, so we put together a little contest for those who love free comedy.

All you need to do is easily enter your information into our easy entry form below using the KLAQ app.

From there we will randomly draw a winner once the contest ends on January 5th, 2022 at 3:00 pm. The winner will be drawn at random. This is an KLAQ app-only contest.

These tickets are only for his 8:00 pm show, happening at the Don Haskins Center on January 7th, 2022.

Make sure to check day-to-day with the venue to see if any changes have been made to the show. With everything going on with COVID-19, you never know what can happen.

Download the free 95.5 KLAQ app to continue to easily enter contests to win more free stuff. Plus, if you didn't know you can use the app to chat with the Buzz Adams Morning Show, Veronica, Daniel, or any other KLAQ DJ.

Feel free to tell your friends about downloading the app or even about how cool it is that we are so local, we give you a chance to text with your favorite DJs. Seriously, we would appreciate it. More than you know.

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