Get $25 tickets – yes, $25 – during Live Nation’s Concert Week
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- Published on May 8, 2023
- Last Updated June 8, 2023
- In Passport
The entertainment company announced the return of the promotion, which offers concert-lovers $25 tickets for more than 3,800 shows.
With concert season underway, it can be difficult to determine not only who to see, but how much you’re willing to pay in order to see them. Luckily, Live Nation has an offer that can allow you to see your favorite artists without breaking the bank.
On May 4, the entertainment company announced the return of its Concert Week. For folks unfamiliar with the promotion, Live Nation is offering $25 all-in tickets to more than 3,800 North American shows for over 300 acts across a range of genres. According to a news release, featured acts include Lionel Richie and Earth, Wind & Fire, TLC & Shaggy with En Vogue and Sean Kingston, LL Cool J, Don Toliver, Janet Jackson, Snoop Dogg, and more.
If this sounds good to be true, rest assured that it’s not. Starting Wednesday, May 10 at 10 a.m. ET until Tuesday, May 16 at 11:59 p.m., or until supplies last, interested fans can head over to LiveNation.com/ConcertWeek to see the full list of events included in the promotion. If there’s an artist, event or venue of particular interest, fans can filter their search to find what they’re looking for more efficiently.
Once a show has been selected, Live Nation notes to look for tickets denoted by the “Concert Week Promotion” label. When you’ve chosen your tickets, all that’s left to do is to add them to the cart, proceed to checkout, and wait in anticipation for the show.
General sale for Concert Week begins this Wednesday, but Verizon customers and Rakuten members can get in on the fun early through exclusive presale offers. Verizon customers will be able to access the presale for select shows by linking their Ticketmaster and Verizon accounts, which can be done prior to the presale or within the presale window. For more details, head to VerizonUp. Rakuten members can access a presale code through the My Account page on the platform’s app or website. If you aren’t a Rakuten member and want to sign up, visit here. Both presales are on Tuesday, May 9 at 10 a.m. ET until 11:59 p.m. local time.
Live Nation has also partnered with Hilton to allow Hilton Honors members to purchase tickets with points, by linking their Hilton Honors and Ticketmaster accounts. For more information, visit Hilton Honors’ website.
Roshae Hemmings is an arts and culture magazine journalist from St. Louis, MO. A graduate from the Missouri School of Journalism, Roshae has bylines in the Columbia Missourian, Vox Magazineand 5280 Magazinediscussing topics ranging from pop culture, social justice and eat and drink. She is a foodie at heart and enjoys eating food as much as learning about the story behind it. When she’s not working on a story, Roshae enjoys cooking, watching and analyzing reality TV, and spending time with family and friends.
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