UPDATE:  This is a rain or shine event!  If the weather doesn't work out for the patio on Saturday we'll set up inside Analog and play games, have some drinks, eat some pizza, and still have all the same prizes.

It's patio season!  When you live in the Quad Cities you need to spend as much time as possible outdoors when the weather is nice.  And there is a great place to hang outside with drinks, pizza, games, and prizes.  Analog Pizza & Arcade in Moline!

I-Rock 93.5 will be there on June 1 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. with all of those things to make it a great all-ages evening that you can spend on the patio...or of course in Analog playing all those games!

What Can You Win at Analog Pizza & Arcade?

Analog Pizza & Arcade
Analog Pizza & Arcade

While there will be games to play to win in Analog and out on the patio, you can also just show up, sit back relax with a drink and a slice, and sign up to win. 

We'll have tickets to all these shows and more:

  • Mississippi Valley Fair Fun Cards
  • Five Finger Death Punch
  • Creed at the Great Jones County Fair
  • Drowning Pool
  • Everclear
  • Mushroomhead
  • Nonpoint/Taproot
  • Enter Shikari
  • Hawthorne Heights
  • Quad City Airshow
  • Plus exclusive I-Rock 93.5 swag and band merch

We'll Have Games For More Prizes


Analog Pizza & Arcade is known for its games all year long...but we'll have even more games outside.  We'll play for you to win whatever fun stuff we can find for you at the Rock & Roll Mansion.

Bring your patio game skills and show them off to win.

Eat, Play, Drink, Win On The Patio At Analog Pizza & Arcade


Don't sit inside on June 1.  Get out and enjoy the Quad Cities summer!  We'll see you at Analog Pizza & Arcade from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. with all the drinks, pizza, games, and rock!

*Must be present to win
*One entry per person
*Drawing to begin at approximately 6:45
*Winners will choose prizes remaining

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