Survey says: Family Feud Live! is coming to Kelowna

Okanagan participants will have the chance to play Family Feud Live! when popular game show comes to the Kelowna Community Theatre March 15.

  • Dec. 18, 2013 5:00 a.m.

It’s time to play the feud!

If you enjoy the great family face-offs, humorous survey questions and quests to find the number one answer, just imagine the possibilities if you were actually in the audience participating in Family Feud Live!

Okanagan participants will have the chance when the popular game show makes its way to the Kelowna Community Theatre March 15.

Family Feud Live! is the hit audience participation stage show that gives contestants the opportunity to experience all of the same family drama from the vastly popular TV show, and even win as much as $10,000.

Complete with big laughs and big money, contestants will have an opportunity to be grouped into their new stage show “family” and compete for cash and prizes in game play taken directly from the Emmy award-winning TV show.

Family members will face off at the podium to gain control of a question and then must rely on additional contestant family members to provide answers that appear at the top of the survey results. Should the family receive three strikes by providing answers that don’t appear on the survey results, the opposing family will have an opportunity to steal all accumulated points.

Everyone has a chance at winning right from their seats. Audience members will all receive a game card that will allow them to win prizes throughout the show, or win an opportunity to compete in the Fast Money and Super Fast money challenges.

Since its premiere in 1976, Family Feud has remained one of television’s most popular and enduring game shows, and continues to evolve in new and exciting ways.

Nationally syndicated with host Steve Harvey at the helm, the show has seen an unprecedented ratings increase, and continues to grow its audience. TV’s most surprising and hilarious survey results keep audiences tuning in each weekday.

Tickets for Family Feud Live! go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at www.livenation.com and at all Ticketmaster outlets.

 

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