All you need to do is to listen to 988.

Win passes to Harlem Yu’s concert in Penang by listening to 988. The popular Taiwanese singer will be performing live at SPICE Arena (formerly known as PISA) on Oct 11.

Tune in to the Good Show, helmed by KK Wong, May and Jason (weekdays, 4pm to 8pm), wait for the cue to call, answer one simple question and you might walk away with tickets worth RM388.

Visit or for more information.

Red FM is also giving away passes to watch A Haunted House 2, the sequel to the hilarious 2013 box-office hit, A Haunted House, on Oct 7 at TGV One Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

After exorcising the demons of his ex, Malcolm is starting fresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. But after moving into their dream home, Malcolm is once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events.

Listen to the Really Really Late Breakfast show (weekdays, 2pm to 5pm) or the Red Fix (weekdays, 8pm to 12am) and be the fifth SMS through when you hear the cue to text in.

You can also win the passes online on by answering three simple questions about the movie.

Visit for more information. Tune in to Red FM on 91.6FM in Kuantan and 106.4FM in Ipoh.

Meanwhile, for those travelling during Hari Raya Haji, the Star Traffic team, headed by Priscilla Patrick, returns with another round of festive reporting.

Priscilla and her team – Napvster, JC Robert, Rizzo, Eyvon and Cassey – will be extending the traffic reports on Red FM, 988, SuriaFM and Capital FM.

“Traffic congestions on the long weekends are inevitable. But they can be mitigated if we plan our travelling time well,” says Priscilla.

“The Star Traffic team will provide comprehensive and detailed traffic reports, which will guide listeners on the roads to take and to avoid. We will also open our phone lines and we encourage everyone to call us before travelling, to check on traffic conditions,” she adds.

The Star Traffic team’s hourly traffic reports runs from 10am to midnight today.

The traffic updates are also available on and Twitter @mytraffic. Plus, listeners can also call the traffic hotline at 03-7725 1133.