Cher is postponed until September 10


The Cher “Here We Go Again” tour has been postponed. The new Pensacola date is September 10, 2020 at the Pensacola Bay Center. Currently held tickets will be honored for the new date. No other action is needed from fans.

Due to the schedule change, the contest to win tickets to the show has been suspended and indefinitely postponed on Coast 93.3. If and when the contest is rescheduled, details will be available on WNCV.com and on the air at Coast 93.3 FM.

 

Coast 93.3 is proud to announce Cher is coming to the Pensacola Bay Center! Cher’s “Here We Go Again Tour” is Sunday, March 22nd, with special guests Nile Rodgers & CHIC.

Listen to win tickets with Lisa & Chris this week on Coast 93.3!

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