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Live Nation sets $20 ticket deal for the Who, Chainsmokers, more Tampa and Orlando concerts

The Chainsmokers perform onstage during 103.5 KTU’s KTUphoria 2016 at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater on June 4, 2016 in Wantagh, NY. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for iHeart Media)
The Chainsmokers perform onstage during 103.5 KTU’s KTUphoria 2016 at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater on June 4, 2016 in Wantagh, NY. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for iHeart Media)
Published May 1, 2019

In late April, Live Nation announced a weeklong ticket deal for National Concert Week, featuring tickets to some of this summer's best concert tours for just $20, all-in, no fees. That deal, which includes several Tampa and Orlando shows, launches today and runs through May 7.

There is, however, a catch. While the initial announcement listed dozens of tours offering $20 tickets, not all of them are included at every venue in every market. You had to wait until the day of the sale to find out if a specific show you had your eye on is offering seats at the sale price.

For example, Live Nation's initial announcement mentioned tours by Luke Bryan (who plays the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre on Aug. 2), Chris Young (MidFlorida Credit Union on Sept. 13) and Countess Luann de Lesseps (Capitol Theatre on May 31). But those local shows are not participating in the deal. (Individual tickets to Bryan and Young's shows aren't even on sale yet.)

Amalie Arena confirmed that four of its concerts will be part of the $20 deal: Luis Miguel on June 25 (click here), Disturbed on Sept. 21 (click here), the Who on Sept. 22 (click here) and the Chainsmokers and 5 Seconds of Summer on Oct. 25 (click here). Ruth Eckerd Hall has said Peppa Pig Live! on Oct. 4 (click here) will also participate.

The full list of Live Nation's $20 ticket concerts went live this afternoon, including dozens set for Tampa and Orlando. Some discounts are limited and may go fast, so be sure to check the prices before you buy.

Click here for all the details on Live Nation's $20 ticket deal.


June 25: Luis Miguel (click here)

Sept. 21: Disturbed (click here)

Sept. 22: The Who (click here)

Oct. 25: Chainsmokers/5 Seconds of Summer (click here)


May 10: Slayer (click here)

May 24: Rascal Flatts (click here)

June 26: Disrupt Festival (click here)

July 7: Train/Goo Goo Dolls (click here)

July 13: Mary J. Blige/Nas (click here)

Aug. 3: 311/Dirty Heads (click here)

Aug. 16: Bush/Live (click here)

Aug. 17: Heart (click here)

Aug. 29: Beck/Cage the Elephant (click here)

Sept. 4: Slipknot (click here)

Sept. 7: Peter Frampton (click here)

Oct. 13: ZZ Top (click here)

Oct. 20: Zac Brown Band (click here)

* NOTE: Two shows listed for the deal are Luke Bryan, who plays the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre on Aug. 2; and Chris Young, who plays there on Sept. 13. But as individual tickets are not yet on sale for those shows, they won't be part of the $20 ticket deal. At the moment, you can only buy them as part of Live Nation's Country Megaticket. Click here.


May 7: Bryan Adams (click here)

June 19: O.A.R. (click here)

June 20: Todd Rundgren (click here)

June 30: Tedeschi Trucks Band (click here)

July 5: Rob Thomas (click here)

Nov. 8: Dane Cook (click here)


Oct. 4: Peppa Pig Live! (click here)


Nov. 9: AJR (click here)


June 1: Pentatonix (click here)

June 8: Florence and the Machine (click here)

June 23: Wisin y Yandel (click here)

July 23: Jennifer Lopez (click here)

Sept. 1: Marco Antonio Solis (click here)

Sept. 22: Disturbed (click here)

Oct. 26: Chainsmokers/5 Seconds of Summer (click here)

Nov. 6: The Black Keys (click here)

Nov. 24: Sara Bareilles (click here)


June 21: Jon Bellion (click here)


June 21: Fitz and the Tantrums/Young the Giant (click here)


May 2: Gov't Mule (click here)

May 3: Blue October (click here)

May 11: Marianas Trench (click here)

May 29: Lovelytheband (click here)

June 15: Slushii (click here)

June 21: Reel Big Fish/Bowling For Soup (click here)

July 12: Ana Barbara (click here)

July 13: New Found Glory (click here)

Aug. 1: August Burns Red (click here)


Sept. 27: Dane Cook (click here)

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