(EXPIRED) Get $20 All-In Tickets With Live Nation National Concert Week (Sale Starts May 1)

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Starting from tomorrow (May 1) and lasting a week, Live Nation will be celebrating National Concert Week by selling $20 all-in tickets for a selection of artists.

Live Nation National Concert Week 2019 Artists

The Deal

  • Buy $20 all-in tickets during National Concert Week for a selection of artists.

Key Terms

  • Offer valid 9AM PST on May 1 to 11:59PM PST on May 7, 2019 on select shows, while supplies last.
  • Ticket delivery, print at home fees not included.

Quick Thoughts

Looking through the above list, there seems to be a good selection of artists no matter what kind of music you’re into.

I suspect that $20 will get you the cheapest lawn seats or whatever the equivalent is at the venue of your choice. For example, I’m interested in seeing Hootie & The Blowfish (don’t judge, I was a teen of the 90s) and the closest venue to where we’ll be this summer is in New Jersey. Standard lawn area tickets cost $35 whereas the cheapest actual seats start at $89.50, so I doubt the latter will be going for $20.

Live Nation National Concert Week 2019 Hootie & The Blowfish

Savings through this offer could be even smaller though as tickets to see Bush and Live are going for only $25 in New Hampshire. Having said that, the $20 tickets are all-in, which means you won’t get hit with the extortionate other fees that Live Nation usually levies. For example, the cost of those $25 tickets for Bush and Live increases by 40% after fees. That means taking advantage of the National Concert Week promotion would save you at least $15.25 for that particular venue.

Live Nation National Concert Week 2019 Bush Live Final Ticket Price

The $20 tickets for the most popular shows will probably sell out quickly, so be ready to buy at 12pm ET if you’re interested.

h/t Doctor of Credit

Last updated on May 11th, 2019

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Thanks for the heads up! We got some tickets to a concert we’d been eyeing!