The two-year wait is almost over for Backstreet Boys! Here is how you can get tickets.
The Backstreet Boys: DNA World Tour will land in Sioux Falls at the Denny Sanford Premier Center on Sunday, September 11, 2022. Tickets are on sale at Ticketmaster.com and at the Premier Center box office.
Andy and Tasha are giving away tickets to the show from Monday, April 18 through Friday, April 22. Tune in every weekday morning for a chance to call in and win a pair of tickets.
You can also enter to win tickets to the show right here on the Hot 104.7 app and Hot1047.com.
There are still good seats available. Check out the seats you can get now on Ticketmaster.com.
20 Years of Gas Prices' Ups and Downs
'Gas prices: giving us something to talk about with our coworkers for 20 years.' I don't remember where I first heard it, but that's the perfect way to describe all the pointless complaining sessions we all have taken part in over the years.
I don't much attention to the price of gas. Admittedly I do not work in a field that directly relies on equipment that takes gallons and gallons of gas. But, as an average car driver, I'm just going to pay whatever it costs.
It's not that I don't care, I just know I don't have a choice. I'm going to need gas, so I'm going to pay whatever they charge. Kids gotta get to school and I gotta get to work. The only real choice is to drive or not to drive. Walking the ten-mile round trip to work every day is impractical, especially during one of South Dakota's patented six-month winters.
Besides being low-key annoying, complaining about the price of gas is dumb because I remember things. Like that the price of gas has been up and down for at least 20 years. 2021 is no better or worse than 2003. It takes at least $40 to fill my tank this year just like it did in 2017.
But, why not dig into the photo archives and find some proof of memory. Because news stories about gas prices are the pointless small talk of journalism, there are lots of pictures of gas station signs from the last couple of decades.
Starting in 2000 we can see that rise and fall of gas prices in the United States. World events, natural disasters, and economic changes all affect the price. And all through those years, I paid what was charged.