Live Nation Unveils $25 All-In Tickets for Over 5,000 Shows

Get discounted tickets to Blink-182, Limp Bizkit, Creed, Vampire Weekend, Alanis Morissette, Pixies and more

Summer concert season is upon us and to celebrate the occasion, Live Nation has revealed details of its Concert Week 2024, which will offer $25 all-inclusive tickets to more than 5,000 shows.

From May 8 to 14, tickets for shows from more than 900 participating artists will be available for a flat fee of $25, with no additional fees (although taxes will still be charged “based on each city, state and location”) . Tickets go on sale at 10:00 a.m. local time on May 8 and will be available here.

Artists participating in this year’s Concert Week celebrations include Blink-182, Limp Bizkit, Creed, Vampire Weekend, Alanis Morissette, Missy Elliott, P!NK, Janet Jackson, Pixies with Modest Mouse, The National with The War on Drugs , The Smashing Pumpkins, Maggie Rogers, Rob Zombie with Alice Cooper, Kings of Leon, Iron Maiden, Peso Pluma, Cage the Elephant, Stone Temple Pilots with Live, Korn, Dashboard Confessional, The Marley Brothers, Bush, Hootie & The Blowfish, Sum 41, and many more (including comedy shows, drag shows, music festivals, etc.). See the full list of confirmed participating artists below.

Additionally, in honor of Concert Week’s 10th anniversary, the program is expanding to additional countries, with “special offers, promotions and giveaways” offered in Australia, Europe and Asia.

For more information and details on eligible dates, visit the official Live Nation Concert Week website.

Participating artists confirmed for Concert Week 2024:
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A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
Bret Michaels
Brooks and Dunn
Caifanes & Café Tacvba
Cage the elephant
Celeste Barbier
Cigarettes after sex
Cody Jinks
Cole Swindell
Dan + Shay
Confessional Dashboard
Dark purple
Dierks Bentley
Dita Von Teese
Truckers driving
Five Finger Death Punch
Fuerza Regida
Firm Group
Halestorm and I prevail
Hank Williams Jr.
Hootie and the Pufferfish
Iron Maiden
Jacob Collier
Janet Jackson
Jason Aldean
John Fogerty
Jordan Davis
Justin Moore and Randy Houser
Kings of Leon
Kidz Bop Kids
Lainey Wilson
Lame Bizkit
Lynyrd Skynyrd & ZZ Top
Maggie Rogers
Brown 5
Maren Morris
Meghan Trainor
Missy Elliott
Need to breathe
New Kids On The Block
Niall Horan
Outlaw Music Festival
Parker McCollum
Parkway Promenade
Peso Pluma
Pixies and modest mice
Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper
RuPaul’s Drag Race
Santana and the Counting Crows
Sarah McLachlan
Sean Paul
Slightly stale and dirty heads
Task and break Benjamin
Pilots of the Temple of Peter & +Live+
Styx and stranger
Sum 41
The Doobie Brothers
The Marias
The Marley Brothers
The National and the war on drugs
The queens of R&B: Xscape and SWV
The Smashing Pumpkins
Third eye blind
Thirty seconds to Mars
Tim McGraw
TK Kirkland
Train and REO Speedwagon
Tye Tribbett
Two Door Cinema
Vampire Weekend
Myers Whiskey
Whitney Cummings

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