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Live Nation Lists 150 Major Artists Offered In $20 Ticket Sale

Live Nation  is launching its second annual $20 ticket sale to nearly 1,000 summer amphitheater shows by 150 artists. The concert giant released more details today, and says that while most of the sale is for lawn seats, full-priced seat sales also significantly increased last year during the promo. A full list of the artists is below:


The Live Nation $20 ticket promotion starts this Friday, May 13 and runs through May 20.


5 Seconds of Summer
Alabama Shakes
Barenaked Ladies
Bill Burr
Black Sabbath
Blink 182
Bob Dylan
Boney James
Boyz II Men
Brad Paisley
Brand New
Brandi Carlile
Brantley Gilbert
Brit Floyd
Bryan Adams
Cage the Elephant
Catch Meaning
Charlie Puth
Chris Botti
Counting Crows / Rob Thomas
Darius Rucker
Dark Star Orchestra
Daryl Hall & John Oates
Dashboard Confessional / Taking Back Sunday
Death Cab for Cutie
Def Leppard / REO Speedwagon / Tesla
Demi Lovato / Nick Jonas
Dierks Bentley
Disturbed / Breaking Benjamin
Dixie Chicks
Dolly Parton
Don Henley
Duran Duran
Dwight Yoakam
Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros
El Monstero
Ellie Goulding
Flight of the Conchords
Flogging Molly
Florence & the Machine
Freestyle Explosion
G-EAZY / Logic
George Thorogood & The Destroyers
Goo Goo Dolls / Collective Soul
Gov’t Mule
Gregg Allman Band
Gwen Stefani / EVE
Heart / Joan Jett & The Blackhearts / Cheap Trick
Hillsong Worship
Ice-T Art of Rap
Iggy Azalea
Jackson Browne
Jane’s Addiction
Jason Aldean
Jeff Beck
Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration
Jim Gaffigan
Joe Walsh / Bad Company
Josh Groban
Josh Turner
Journey / The Doobie Brothers
Keith Urban
Kenny Chesney
Kenny Rogers
Kidz Bop Kids
Kool & The Gang
KORN / Rob Zombie
Laid Back Festival
Lee Brice
Lost Highway Festival
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Matt Nathanson
Melissa Etheridge
Michael McDonald
Miranda Lambert
Modest Mouse
Monsters of Freestyle
My Morning Jacket
New Edition
New Kids On The Block
O.A.R. (…of a revolution.)
Of Monsters and Men
Pat Benatar
Peter Frampton
Phillip Phillips
Rachel Platten
Radio Show
Rascal Flatts
Ray LaMontagne
Rick Springfield
Ryan Adams
San Francisco Symphony
Shawn Mendes
Shinedown / Halestorm
Slightly Stoopid
Slipknot / Marilyn Manson
Snoop Dogg / Wiz Khalifa
Steely Dan
Steve Miller Band
Sublime with Rome
Ted Nugent
Tedeschi Trucks Band
The 1975
The Band Perry
The Beach Boys
The Cure
The Head and The Heart
The Offspring
The Rides
The Rockstar Taste Of Chaos Tour
The String Cheese Incident
The Wallflowers
Toby Keith
Umphrey’s McGee
Vince Neil
Weird Al Yankovic
Zac Brown Band
Ziggy Marley
ZZ Top

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