Live Nation Dropping Tickets To $20 Next Week On Popular Summer Concerts Across Canada
You definitely don't want to miss this!
There are so many good concerts coming to Canada this summer. Unfortunately, they usually come with a hefty price tag. Luckily for you, that is about to change. Live Nation Canada is offering $20 tickets for summer concerts across the country for National Concert Week. This is going to give us major savings on some of the most-wanted concerts of the season.
Next week only, from May 1 to May 7, Live Nation will be hosting their National Concert Week promotion, which means Canadians will be able to get $20 reduced tickets on over 100 concerts this summer. This is the perfect way to get you excited for all the amazing events coming to Canada this summer!
This promo is valid for some of the most-anticipated concerts in Canada of the whole year. The $20 deal will be available for concerts of all types of genres, from pop to country, indie, hip hop, rock and more.
There will be discounted tickets to shows for popular artists such as The Chainsmokers, Backstreet Boys, Mumford & Sons, Luke Bryan and more during the National Concert Week promotion.
So how do you get in on this killer deal? Mark your calendars and visit Live Nation's website next week on Wednesday, May 1, when the promo starts at 9 AM PST. Make sure to buy your $20 concert ticket before the promotion is over on Tuesday, May 7 at 11:59 PST.
Check out the promotional video released by Live Nation below on their Instagram.
The $20 ticket deal is for concerts and events from artists such as:
- Backstreet Boys
- Bryan Adams
- Death Cab for Cutie
- Florence & The Machine
- Florida Georgia Line
- Jennifer Lopez
- Jorja Smith
- Mumford & Sons
- New Kids On The Block
- President Clinton and Secretary Clinton
- Sarah McLachlan
- Tash Sultana
- The 1975
- The Chainsmokers
- Vampire Weekend
You're definitely going to want to head on over to the website as soon as the promo starts, because the $20 tickets are only available until supplies last, says Live Nation on their website.
To find out more about the National Concert Week promotion, you can visit Live Nation's website.