Live Nation Continues Its Blow-Out Summer Concert Ticket Sale With $10 All-In Lawn Tickets And $15 All-In Reserved, With Absolutely No Service Fees, This Wednesday Only at LiveNation.com

August 24, 2009

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Summer may be drawing to a close, but live music fans still want the ticket savings that have been a part of Wednesdays all season long. So Live Nation is giving fans another chance to see summer concerts under the stars and to get tickets at savings of up to 60%. This week’s No Service Fee Wednesday promotion will offer $10 All-In lawn tickets and $15 reserved seats with absolutely no service fees in Live Nation amphitheaters across the country.

The great deals on tickets begin on August 26th at 12:01 a.m., run for 24 hours only and include shows by artists like Creed, Motley Crue and Def Leppard.

For a full list of concerts included in the one day ticket sale, please visit www.LiveNation.com.

Subject to availability at participating venues and select shows. Includes print at home and US mail delivery, parking where applicable. Cannot be combined with any other offer or discount.


Live Nation’s mission is to maximize the live concert experience. Our core business is producing, marketing and selling live concerts for artists via our global concert pipe. Live Nation is the largest producer of live concerts in the world, annually producing over 22,000 concerts for 1,600 artists in 33 countries. During 2008, the company sold over 50 million concert tickets and drove over 70 million unique visitors to LiveNation.com. Live Nation is transforming the concert business by expanding its concert platform into ticketing and building the industry’s first artist-to-fan vertically integrated concert platform. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange, trading under the symbol LYV. For additional information about the company, please visit www.livenation.com/investors.

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