The Food for Soul Experience presents For the Love of Jazz & Poetry Juneteenth Edition this Saturday, June 19, and we've got free tickets for the MyKiss1031 family. To win yours, all you need is our free app.

Juneteenth is all about freedom, and this event will reflect that!

Featuring spoken word artists La Femme Nakita, Symbolic Soul, and more, this will be a celebration of freedom and culture you won't want to miss.

Indigo the Band from Dallas will bringing horns to give those jazz vibes we love so much while host Brandywine keeps spirits high and everything flowing smoothly.

Doors for the love of Jazz & Poetry event open at 8 PM Saturday at the E-Lounge inside the Harker Heights Event Center, 710 Edwards Drive.

Enter to win a pair of tickets using the app-exclusive entry form below. You don't have to be caller 10 or memorize any passwords - just tap the app to view this page and the entry form will appear below. If you're already seeing this in the app, just keep scrolling.

Lucky winners' names will be drawn Friday and sent to be put on the guestlist for the event, and we'll let you know you've won.

Good luck!

By the way, this year calls for extra joy because Congress passed a bill declaring Juneteenth a federal holiday - the first time that's happened since MLK Jr. Day was signed into law back in 1983. As of Thursday morning, June 17, President Joe Biden was expected to sign the Juneteenth bill into law.

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