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Live Nation Summer Concert Sale is On NOW: 4 Tickets for $80!

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We were super stoked when Live Nation announced their $25 tickets during Live Nation Concert Week, because prices like that are unheard of these days. Now, they just made them even better with the Live Nation Summer Sale (called “Summer’s Live”).

More than 2,500 of the most popular concerts and comedy shows are included in this “all-in” sale — which means you’re not paying any kinds of hidden fees or additional charges. You just have to gather a group of four and get ready to rock out.

We’ll tell you all about what this Live Nation Summer Concert Sale is all about. You’ll want to download The Krazy Coupon Lady app to keep tabs on saving money on just about everything.

Here’s the deal:


The Summer’s Live sale gets you 4 tickets for $80 July 19-Aug. 1.

LIve Nation Summer Sale Graphic, advertising 4 tickets for $80

During the “Summer’s Live” sale, music lovers get access to more than 2,500 gigs all over North America at a flat rate of just $20 per ticket. There’s just one catch — you’ve gotta buy four tickets (so, $80 for four tickets). But still! $20 per ticket!

To put this into perspective, FinanceBuzz did a deep-dive into the concert industry’s data, looking at 800 top touring acts from 2017 to 2021. It turns out, whether you’re into the pricey classic rock (where tickets average $119.14) or more affordable Christian music (with a more modest $39.38 ticket average), $20 per ticket is an absolute steal.

Ready to dive in? Simply pop over to between July 19 and Aug. 1. Check out the full list of shows joining in on this promotion, choose the “Summer’s Live 4 Pack” ticket type, and head to checkout for the $80 price.

The best part? These are “all-in” tickets. That means your $20 covers everything — service fees, convenience fees, yada yada. No unpleasant surprises or hidden charges lurking around the corner. (Sales tax, if applicable, gets added on, though.)

Pro Tip: If you’re a bit overwhelmed by all the choices, you can search by event, venue, or even your favorite artist on the website. Set your location to your city, and the site will show you shows close to home.


Some big-time artists & comedians are part of the Live Nation Summer Sale.

Sound and lighting engineer at an outdoor festival concert

The Live Nation Summer Sale is offering a pretty eclectic lineup of performers. There’s a bit of everything, no matter what kind of music you’re into. If you’re into rock, you’ve got bands like 3 Doors Down, Avenged Sevenfold, or even the legendary The Smashing Pumpkins. More of a pop fan? Acts like 5 Seconds of Summer, Alicia Keys, and the Jonas Brothers are on the list. Hip-hop enthusiasts can look forward to seeing 50 Cent, Lil Durk, or even the epic pairing of Wu-Tang Clan & Nas.

Let’s not forget country music, represented by artists like Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett, and the Zac Brown Band. For those into something a bit heavier, Ghost, Lamb of God, and Mudvayne are part of the sale, and for something lighter, there’s the Kidz Bop Kids. Comedy fans aren’t left out either, with Chelsea Handler and Stavros Halkias part of the lineup.

And, of course, the list keeps going. From dance music to R&B, reggaeton to country, classic rock to acoustic soul, this sale has got it all covered. So, grab some friends and pick your favorites before they sell out.



Rakuten and Allegiant offered early access to their members.

Allegiant Airlines Allways Rewards Members and Rakuten members got a bit of a head start on this sale. (This is the second time Live Nation has given this kind of benefit to Rakuten members.)

Allegiant Allways Rewards Members got exclusive early access to the Summer’s Live Sale shows in the U.S. Their presale began on Sunday, July 16, and ran until the general sale started on July 19. To get in on this, all you had to do is be an Allways Rewards member and RSVP on their early access page. You’d then receive a discount code via email.

Not an Allways Rewards member? Rakuten members also got a shot at a presale, which happened on Tuesday, July 18 (from 10 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. Eastern, to be exact). Members could find a presale access code on the “My Account” page on Rakuten, which was then used to purchase the discounted tickets.


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