Follow the beats of our featured artists and you could be in for a bonanza with Beat Bingo!
On selected Fridays, OFM will play ten songs from a certain artist, of which you will need to identify the order. Each song is essentially worth R500, and there are four chances to win.
On Beat Bingo Fridays, R1 500 is up for grabs in each show, 06:00 – 15:00. Thus, to qualify to win you only need to identify the three songs in order, which played on the respective shows. HOWEVER, if you keep an ear out and identify ALL TEN featured songs featured throughout the day, in order, you stand a chance to win R5000 cash, 15:00 – 18:00!
And, we’ll let you keep any winnings you've accumulated throughout the day because 2022 is all about #Twenty20You.
To enter, SMS ‘bingo’ and the song names of the featured artist you heard, in the order that they played, to 36636 (R1.50). Remember to include your name and town/city.
For example, if Tina Turner is the featured artist and you're entering the competition during the 06:00 – 09:00 slot, your entry should look like this: Bingo Simply the best, Private Dancer, We don’t need another hero. Sanette, Kimberley.
*Important: to qualify for the R5000 prize, all ten(10) song names must be sent in the correct order on one SMS with your name and town/city. You need not include the artist name but remember to start your SMS with the keyword ‘Bingo’.
No under 18s. Terms & conditions apply.
Stay tuned and follow OFM’s social media to stay updated on when the next Beat Bingo will take place.
The 21 January 2022 edition of Beat Bingo is proudly made possible by Courtesy of Lindsay Saker in Bloemfontein.
And, our featured artist is…. None other than SA Music legend, Kurt Darren!
Kurt Johan van Heerden (born 19 February 1970), better known as Kurt Darren, is a singer, songwriter and television presenter, who won seven South African Music Awards (SAMA) from 2007 to 2011. He has also appeared in a number of South African films. His debut was with the album For Your Precious Love released in 1995. From 2006 to 2011, Darren was the presenter of the popular South African show Jukebox broadcast on kykNET.