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Published on May 02, 2024
Live Nation's Encore Act: $25 Tickets Belt Out at Concert Week’s 10-Year BashSource: Live Nation

Get ready to rock, laugh, and sing your heart out because Live Nation is rolling out the red carpet for concertgoers with a thrifty twist. In what's become a music-lovers' springtime bonanza, the entertainment giant is dropping a week-long festival of cut-rate tickets for the masses. Thousands of shows across North America are up for grabs at the sweet price of $25 a pop, with all fees included upfront, though you can toss in taxes when you hit checkout.

According to FOX 5 Atlanta, Live Nation is buzzing to be celebrating a full decade of its popular Concert Week. The promotion, which is set to give fans in the U.S. and Canada a passport to over 5,000 Live Nation shows throughout 2024, is ringing in its 10th year with an expansion that's gone global.

Mark those calendars for May 8 to 14 when the lineup goes on sale. It includes a diverse roster with more than 900 artists spanning genres including Pop, Latin, Hip-Hop, Country, R&B, Rock, Metal, Electronic, and Comedy. We're not just talking basement bands and one-hit wonders either; think 21 Savage, heavy shredder Slash, and pop-punk mainstays Green Day. Seriously, whatever your jam is, there's likely a $25 ticket with your name on it.

If you're hankering for an Atlanta night out, this deal won't disappoint. 11Alive lays out a teaser of what's coming down the pipe: Tim McGraw, New Kids on the Block, and a T-Pain with T.I. collaboration among others. Just keep an eye out for the "Concert Week Promotion" when you're scrolling through the LiveNation site to snag these deals.

But there's more, Live Nation's deal is a bit of a free-for-all, and T-Mobile customers get first dibs with a 24-hour head start on May 7. Join the Rakuten club, and you can also nab early access to tickets and earn some cashback while you're at it. Get ready, the general on-sale kicks off at 10 a.m. ET on May 8, so synchronize your watches and maybe, just maybe, hammer that refresh button a few minutes early.

Remember those fine prints, though. The all-in $25 ticket offer is while supplies last, which means hesitation could spell heartbreak. Also, if you've been stashing those Hilton Honors Points, now's the time to cash in -- they'll score you tickets to select shows as long as you've linked up with Ticketmaster.