AXS TV Trivia Series PARKING LOT PAYDAY – Lets Fans Cash-In On Their Knowledge of Metallica, The Rolling Stones, Imagine Dragons & Coldplay – JULY 12 AT 8 P.M. ET


Host Zach Selwyn Visits Concert Parking Lots, Putting Attendees to the Ultimate Test as They Prove How Much They Really Know About the Iconic Acts They’re About to See

AXS TV hits the concert scene this summer to put music fans to the ultimate test in the all-new trivia series Parking Lot Payday—premiering Tuesday, July 12 at 8p.m. ET/5p.m. PT.

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Hosted by Zach Selwyn—whose diverse credits include leading roles on acclaimed series such as Around the Horn (ESPN), Attack Of The Show, and America’s Secret Slang, among others—Parking Lot Payday puts a fun and unique spin on the traditional game show experience, as Selwyn and his crew ride into concert parking lots to give attendees the chance to cash-in on their knowledge of their favorite bands. The inaugural season features four 30-minute episodes, putting the spotlight on concertgoers on their way to see heavy metal masterminds Metallica (July 12), rock trailblazers The Rolling Stones (July 19), chart-topping favorites Imagine Dragons (July 26), and rock mainstays Coldplay (Aug. 1).

Select fans will have the opportunity to answer up to 10 multiple-choice questions specifically pertaining to the band performing that night. The first question is worth five dollars, and that amount doubles with each question that follows—resulting in a possible grand total of $2,560 for those lucky contestants who manage to correctly answer all 10 questions. To aid them in their quest, fans will have the option to ask for a hint, text a friend, or search for the answer on their phone for 30 seconds if they get stuck. A contestant can choose to walk away at any point with the money they have won, whether it is merely $5, $80 or the entire pot. Once a fan answers a question incorrectly, they are out of the game and lose all of their earned money.