“All in” means those annoying extra fees are already covered.
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13 summer and fall festivals are participating in the Live Nation Concert Week promo. Credit: Mashable photo composite
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TL;DR: Between May 19 and May 22, Live Nation’s Concert Week promo offers $99 single-day all-in tickets(opens in a new tab) to several 2023 summer and fall music festivals across North America.
Music festival ticket costs just became way easier to justify. Live Nation is expanding its Concert Week promo, which dropped thousands of concert tickets to $25. Between May 19 at 10 a.m. ET and May 22, the festival version of Live Nation Concert Week(opens in a new tab) unlocks a day at some of 2023’s biggest festivals for just $99 all in(opens in a new tab). The “all in” price of less than $100 already covers those infuriating fees that pop up at check out (just not taxes).
If you missed Live Nation’s $25 Concert Week Promo, here’s a second chance. Credit: Live Nation
The participating festivals span the U.S. and Canada and a colorful range of musical tastes. Huge titles like Governors Ball in New York and Adjacent Festival in Atlantic City are on the list, securing your chance to see artists like Kendrick Lamar, Paramore, and Blink 182 — and yes, you can choose which day you’d like to attend with the promo applied. The regular price of one-day tickets to those two festivals would usually run you $139(opens in a new tab) and $189(opens in a new tab), respectively, and that’s before fees — so $99 all-in could save you up to $90, plus an extra $10 or $20 saved by avoiding fees. That’s gas money or Airbnb money.
If this deal seems too good to be true, it’s not — if you make moves quickly. There is limited availability of these $99 tickets, and the official three-day stretch of the promotion doesn’t guarantee that $99 tickets to the day that you’d like to attend will be available in the final hours of May 22. As some folks experienced with Live Nation’s $25 concert tickets, if you click on a certain festival and no $99 tickets are listed, that’s probably because they’re gone.
Leah is a shopping reporter at Mashable, where she covers shopping trends, gift ideas, and products that make life easier. She graduated from Penn State University in 2012 and is watching horror movies or “The Office” when she’s not shopping online herself. You can follow her on Twitter at @notleah(opens in a new tab).
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