Your next concert experience may cost less than the outfit you wear.
Live Nation is celebrating the return to live music by giving concertgoers cheap tickets to certain shows. The entertainment company announced Thursday that they will be offering fans $20 “all-in” tickets to nearly 1,000 upcoming shows including the Jonas Brothers, Lil Baby, 3 Doors Down, Lady A, Maroon 5 and more. “All in” means the cost includes taxes and fees.
Low-priced “Return to Live” concerts will take place at Live Nation’s 40 outdoor amphitheaters across the US.
$20 tickets will be available for sale on the Live Nation website from July 28 at noon EDT/9 AM PDT and will be available for a limited time only. T-Mobile and Sprint users will have access to tickets 24 hours before they go on sale to the general public.
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“We can’t wait to be back on the road and in front of our fans, what it means to be able to bring live music back to the people who support us the most,” the Jonas Brothers said in the Live Nation announcement. .
Fans may be eager to return to live music, but when they do, they will face COVID-19 regulations, depending on the venue, location and even the artist’s choice.
Such rules for concertgoers include separate seating for vaccinated and unvaccinated fans, mandatory wearing of masks and social distancing at concession and business lines.
Other shows are business as usual.
Although not part of the deal, Live Nation noted that attendees were headed to a jam with Dead & Company, beginning August 16 in Raleigh, North Carolina, to prove that they would be allowed to enter the general admission pit on all dates of the tour. Vaccinated to enter. Those who cannot be seen will be taken to an alternate viewing location, as noted at the time of ticket purchase.
Live Nation’s Backstage Protocol Guide notes that tasks may request up to two weeks in advance that all members of the backstage team be “either fully vaccinated prior to their backstage assignments or a COVID rapid antigen test prior to each backstage assignment.” The test has been completed.”
Contribution: Melissa Ruggieri