Live Nation To Offer $20 Tickets to Select Shows

Promo art for Live Nation's ticket promotion. - COURTESY OF LIVE NATION
Courtesy of Live Nation
Promo art for Live Nation's ticket promotion.
Concert promoter Live Nation just announced it'll celebrate the return of live music this summer by offering $20 "all-in" tickets to select concerts featuring acts such as 311, Jason Aldean, Jonas Brothers, NF, Alanis Morissette, Judas Priest, Kings of Leon, Primus, KORN, the Black Crowes, Coheed and Cambria, Lindsey Stirling, the Doobie Brothers, Florida Georgia Line, Trippie Redd, Maroon 5, Zac Brown Band and many more.

For a limited time only next week, fans will have access to $20 tickets to participating Live Nation shows, including taxes and fees.

“We can’t wait to get back on the road and in front of our fans; it means so much to be able to bring live music back to the people that support us the most,” say the Jonas Brothers in a statement about the Live Nation promotion.

Starting at noon on Tuesday, T-Mobile and Sprint customers have exclusive 24-hour early access to the $20 all-in tickets. The $20 tickets to select Live Nation concerts will be available to the general public beginning at noon on Wednesday. It's while supplies last.

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