For decades, The Price Is Right has been rated the No. 1 daytime show and is practically a household name. In honor of its 50th anniversary, the iconic show is bringing the game to you during a celebratory national tour, from March 25 to May 18, in a colorful '70s-inspired bus that pays homage to the year the show debuted, 1972.
“Come on Down” to compete in interactive games like spin the wheel, Plinko and Showcase Showdown to have a chance at winning money or prizes. The bus will also have opportunities for far-out photos! Fans from eight cities— Los Angeles, Denver, Dallas, New Orleans, Nashville, St. Louis, Cleveland and New York City— are invited to play games for prizes benefiting local businesses and a grand prize of $50,000.
Los Angeles will be kicking off the tour with an exciting launch event on March 25, which is open to the public from 12 p.m. through 8 p.m. The debut of this tour will take place on the Santa Monica Pier for one day only and feature the show’s beloved host Drew Carey and models Alexis Gaube and James O’Halloran. The iconic Ferris Wheel will be decorated to look like a giant The Price Is Right wheel, perfect for capturing one-of-a-kind content.
If you are looking for something fun to do this Friday, this unique The Price Is Right event is the perfect option for some spring-time sun and fun. Who knows? Wou might even win big. Some of the potential prizes for Los Angeles fans include The Comedy Store gift cards, tickets to ride the pier's ferris wheel and a chance at winning a whopping $50,000 if you are lucky.
What's more, if you are at the pier at 7 p.m, you'll be able to see the lighting of Pacific Park’s famous ferris wheel. No tickets are necessary to purchase. However, when you arrive, you must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to be allowed to enter the premises.
We still cannot get over the fact that The Price Is Right has been around for 50 years and are so excited to celebrate this wholesome and nostalgic game show with the team. For all my fellow Angelenos, mark your calendars for this event to celebrate as well. If you aren’t in the area, check out the website to see when the Come on Down Tour is coming to your state.