Predict 2024's Tony Winners and Win a Chance for a NYC Vacation | Playbill

Tony Awards Predict 2024's Tony Winners and Win a Chance for a NYC Vacation

The Tony Awards and Audience Rewards are teaming up again for the Tony Awards Challenge.

The Tony Awards Challenge is back. The Tony Awards and Audience Rewards are teaming up to give one lucky fan a week-long "Broadway dream week," including airfare, a hotel stay at Sofitel, Broadway tickets, and more.

To participate, fans will fill out a Tony Awards ballot giving their predictions for this year's winners in all 26 categories. Along with the grand prize, winners can receive Audience Rewards ShowPoints, which can be redeemed for tickets, experiences, show merchandise, and more.

Entries will be accepted after this year's nominees are announced April 30 at

"Awards season is the most wonderful time of the year for Broadway fans, and our partnership with the Tony Awards offers an exciting way for fans to get involved,” says Audience Rewards Executive Vice President Katie Dalton in a statement. “Audience Rewards gives theatre fans insider access to Broadway, and the Tony Awards Challenge offers our biggest prize yet: a Dream Week on Broadway to see your favorite shows for free.”

“We are thrilled to once again offer theatre’s biggest fans a one-of-a-kind Broadway experience by partnering with Audience Rewards for the Official Tony Awards Challenge,” adds Broadway League Interim President Jason Laks and American Theatre Wing President and CEO Heather Hitchens. “The exceptional participation shown from fans across the country is always a terrific addition to awards season.”

Broadway favorites Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Renée Elise Goldsberry will announce the 2024 Tony nominations April 30, beginning with a selection of categories on CBS Mornings at 8:30 AM ET. A full nomination list will broadcast live beginning at 9 AM ET via the Tony Awards YouTube channel as well as on Playbill.

Winners will be named at the 77th Annual Tony Awards, set for June 16 at Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater. Stage and screen star Ariana DeBose will be back for the third consecutive year to host the festivities, which will be broadcast worldwide. In the U.S., The Tony Awards: Act One will stream for free via Pluto TV in partnership with CBS. The 77th Annual Tony Awards will follow on CBS and streaming via Paramount+.

The Tony Awards, founded by the American Theatre Wing in 1947, are co-presented by the Wing and The Broadway League, along with White Cherry Entertainment. Carnegie Mellon University, City National Bank, Playbill, Rainbow Room, Sofitel New York, and Baccarat are sponsors.

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