Live Nation is bringing back Concert Week, offering live music fans access to shows for just $25. Here’s the details.
Concert Week offers access to more than 3,700 shows across the United States. The week-long program celebrates one of the most exciting years for live music and the return of the summer concert season. Ticket offers include performances in clubs, theaters, amphitheaters, arenas, and stadiums. A large variety of musical acts across genres including hip-hop, country, latin, metal, pop, rock, and more are included.
Artists include but are not limited to Backstreet Boys, Dierks Bentley, Erich Church, Halsey, H.E.R., Imagine Dragons, John Legend, Machine Gun Kelly, Nelly, OneRepublic, Shawn Mendes, The Chicks, The Who, Wiz Khalifa & Logic, Wu-Tang Clan & Nas, Zac Brown Band, and many more.
Live Nation says Concert Week gives all live music fans access to participating Live Nation events for a $25 all-in ticket price.
Concert Week tickets for events will be available starting Wednesday, May 4 at 10 am PT. Sales for shows will be available through May 10 until supplies last. Citi card members will have access to a presale event starting May 3 at 8 am ET. Rakuten members can also purchase presale tickets starting May 3 at 12 pm ET.
The full list of concerts that are participating in Live Nation Concert Week is available on the website.
A cursory browse of the site reveals Coldplay, Thomas Rhett, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, Joan Jett, The Weeknd, Keith Urban, Maren Morris, Barenaked Ladies, and Jason Aldean are just some of the acts live music fans will be able to purchase tickets for an all-inclusive price.
Live Nation is working hard to kick off the summer concert season after two years of a public wearied by pandemic prevention measures. There are no longer any states in the US requiring mask mandates or prevention measures in place so it appears as though 2022 is the year for live entertainment to make a huge comeback. It’s also worth noting that ticket prices are going through the roof built on high-demand from fans.
Some fans are paying $400 to see My Chemical Romance or $500 to see Bad Bunny. “It sucks for sure because I’ve had to miss out on other big concerts to go to these,” Enya Ramirez told The Wall Street Journal.