STEP 1: Follow @1035kissfm on Twitter.

STEP 2: Look for daily Tweets from us with a clue to help you find locations around Chicagoland; one each day for 20 days!

STEP 3: Tweet a photo of the clue's location & include #att2020 and be entered for a chance to win a trip to the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas!

CLUE #1: Fuller Park has a garden of Eden to show us their green. Tweet us a picture if you see what we mean!(Eden Place Nature Center, Fuller Park)

CLUE #2: Need some alphabet practice from “B” to “O”. Tweet us a letter avenue in East Chicago to show us what you know! (Avenue B—Avenue O, East Chicago 60617)

CLUE #3: A taste of Korea the Albany Park way? Tweet us a picture of Korea’s capital’s street sign if you want to play! (Seoul Street sign, Albany Park, Chicago 60625)

CLUE #4: On 63rd and Pulaski stands a Native American of great fame. Tweet us Chicago Lawn’s “Wayne’s World” star to play in our game!(Native American statue at 63rd and Pulaski)

CLUE #5: Archer Heights is home to Chicago’s second airport if you’re taking a trip. Tweet us a picture of this landmark at Archer Height’s southern tip! (Midway Airport, Archer Heights, Chicago)

CLUE #6: From 1895 to 1910 Marshall Major Taylor won bike races without fail. Tweet us a picture of his Washington Heights trail! (Washington Heights, Chicago 60643)

CLUE #7: Nine and ½ city blocks where trains run all day.  Tweet us a picture of Union Station if you want to play!  (Union Station, Medical District, Chicago 60608)

CLUE #8: Flaming cheese, lamb, or big fat weddings are found here.  Tweet us a picture of Greektown and Opah we’ll cheer! (Greektown, Medical District, Chicago 60612)

CLUE #9: In the mood to go fishing, come cast your line.  Tweet pic us a spot in McKinley that’s fine! (McKinley Park Lagoon, McKinley Park, Chicago 60609)

CLUE #10: Art, gardens, cooking, theater and more.  Tweet pic us the large location of culture on the South Shore! (South Shore Cultural Center, Calumet Heights 60619)

CLUE #11: Little Village of Chicago is “Mexico of the Midwest.”  Tweet us a picture of the part of Little Village you like the best!  (Little Village, Chicago, 60623)

CLUE #12: An impressive conservatory where landscape art under glass is clear.  Tweet pic us the spot in Garfield Park where plants bloom all year! (Garfield Park Conservatory, Lawndale 60612)

CLUE #13: Looking for trains in an area built by a man known for railcars. Tweet pic us one of the two Metra stations that take Pullman residents far! (Metra Electric Line Stations Kensington and Pullman, Pullman 60628)

CLUE #14: Beverly’s hills in Chicago host homes to rival those in Beverly Hills, C.A.  Tweet us a pic of your favorite Beverly home if you want to enter today! (Frank Lloyd Wright/Edward Dart, Howard Van Doren Shaw, George Maher and Walter Burley Griffin homes, Beverly, Chicago 60643)

CLUE #15: Casimir Pulaski, Poland, and Polish Chicago is celebrated at this site!  Tweet us a pick of the Polish Highlanders of America if you want to be right! (Polish Highlanders of America, West Elsdon, Chicago 60632)

CLUE #16: African Americans are historic at the museum DuSable. Tweet us a pic of this institution if you find yourself able! (DuSable Museum of African American History, Washington Park, Chicago 60637)

CLUE #17: Our president and a university help this community stand apart!  Tweet pic us a picture of Hyde Park’s center of Art! (Hyde Park Art Center, Washington Park, Chicago, 60615)

CLUE #18: A celebration of Honduras happens at this Consulate!  Tweet pic us this location in Hermosa if you think you’ve found it! (Honduras Consulate, Hermosa, Chicago 60639)

CLUE #19: The Walser house in South Austin shows Frank Lloyd Wright’s horizontal design.  Tweet pic us a picture if J.J.’s house you can find! (South Austin, Chicago, 60651)

CLUE #20: Chicago has two islands one is Stony one is Blue!  Tweet us a picture if you find one of these two! 

No Purchase Necessary. Must be a resident of Illinois and 18 yrs or older to enter. Ends 08/16/13 at 11:59 pm, CST.
Official Rules here. Void where prohibited.