House of Blues Offers Hellaciously Cheap Season Pass

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Live Nation, the concert behemoth that owns House of Blues, is offering a crazy-good offer on club shows. For a mere $49.99 — no extra fees attached — the Live Nation Club Passport is good for admission to more than two dozen House of Blues shows between now and the end of the year.

A press release outlining the details describes the bargain as “our newest program aimed to ease recession pains for Clevelanders who love to attend live concerts.”

Of course, there are some potential catches. Warns a disclaimer: “The Live Nation Club Passport is good for one person only and does not guarantee entry.” If the show’s sold out, the pass is no good. But, to be fair, the venue has sold out only three shows in advance this season: Alice in Chains, David Cook and Porcupine Tree.

You can find more info here.

A list of all the eligible concerts follows the jump. More shows will be added weekly. —D.X. Ferris

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