Are you ready to snag $25 concert tickets to see your favorite bands and artists?  Live Nation is ready to kick off Concert Week by offering fans $25 tickets to nearly 3,700 concerts across the country, including Pine Knob, LCA, and more Michigan venues.

On Thursday (April 28), Live Nation announced the return of its popular ticket deal. Starting  May 4 through May 10, concert fans will have access to exclusive $25 flat-fee tickets for participating shows.

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The best part? Tickets are available from almost every genre of music like pop, country, rock, hip-hop, Latin, and more. Artists such as Aerosmith, Wiz Khalifa & Logic, Backstreet Boys, Dierks Bentley, Halsey, Shinedown, Imagine Dragons, John Legend, Machine Gun Kelly, Nelly, OneRepublic, H.E.R., Shawn Mendes, Chris Rock, The Who, Thomas Rhett, The Black Crowes and more are included.

How Do I Get My $25 Live Nation Tickets?

You'll be able to score your $25 tickets starting Wednesday, May 4 at 10 a.m. ET through Tuesday, May 10, 2022. Tickets will be available while supplies last for Concert Week at livenation.com/concertweek. Those who are Citi cardmembers will be able to take advantage of the presale ticket access starting on Tuesday, May 3 at 8 a.m. ET at citientertainment.com. You can see the full list of participating shows here. 

The ticket deal just adds to the excitement for the summer concert season in Michigan. Back in January, it was announced that DTE Energy Music Theatre was flipping back to the iconic name of Pine Knob. For most of us in Michigan, it was always Pine Knob, but seeing the sign back where it belongs at the entrance to the popular music venue just makes it so much better.

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