Get tickets for $25 in Arizona during Live Nation’s Concert Week

Green Day performs during the iHeartRadio Music Awards, Monday, April 1, 2024, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

By Robert Gundran

May 9, 2024

Want to go to a local concert for cheap? During Live Nation’s Concert Week, you can get in to see over 100 artists for $25.

Concert Week runs until May 14 for concerts from May to December.

Here’s every show participating in Concert Week, so grab tickets before the promotion is over:

 

Arizona Financial Theatre [Phoenix]

May

  • Jacob Collier (May 16)
  • GUNNA (May 21)
  • Amon Amarth (May 23)
  • Maggie Rogers (May 24)
  • The Kid LAROI (May 29)
  • Hasan Minhaj (May 31)

June

  • Sarah McLachlan (June 4)
  • CAVETOWN & MOTHER MOTHER (June 7)
  • Maren Morris (June 8)
  • Vampire Weekend (June 9)
  • Tedeschi Trucks Band (June 11)
  • Sesame Street Live! (June 22)

July

  • Totally Tubular Festival (July 3)
  • Cole Swindell (July 11)
  • HOMBRES G (July 12)
  • Gabito Ballesteros (July 13)
  • The Marías (July 20)

August

  • O.A.R.(Aug. 7)
  • The Pretenders (Aug. 10)
  • Wallows (Aug. 12)
  • Halestorm & I Prevail (Aug. 16)
  • Stone Temple Pilots (Aug. 19)
  • Lamb of God & Mastodon (Aug. 23)
  • 311 (August 24)

September

  • Switchfoot, Blue October, and Matt Nathanson (Sept. 1)
  • KIDZ BOP LIVE (Sept. 6)
  • Alec Benjamin (Sept. 7)
  • Ray LaMontagne & Gregory Alan Isakov (Sept. 15)
  • Stephen Sanchez (Sept. 17)
  • Two Door Cinema Club (Sept. 24)
  • Goth Babe (Sept. 27)
  • Stephanie Miller (Sept. 28)

October

  • Sum 41 (Oct. 2)
  • The Avett Brothers (Oct. 9)
  • Dashboard Confessional (Oct. 22)

December

  • Dane Cook (Dec. 13)

 

Chase Field [Phoenix]

  • Green Day, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Rancid (Sept. 18)

 

Crescent Ballroom [Phoenix]

  • Kyle (May 17)
  • Jose Madero (June 25)
  • Pedro the Lion (July 16)

 

Desert Diamond Arena [Glendale]

  • Cigarettes After Sex (Oct. 8)

 

Footprint Center [Phoenix]

May

  • FEID (May 11)

June

  • The Doobie Brothers (June 26)

July

  • Jennifer Lopez (July 9)
  • AJR (July 12)
  • Hootie & the Blowfish (July 13)
  • Janet Jackson (July 30)

August

  • Earth, Wind & Fire (Aug. 29)

September

  • Santana and Counting Crows (Sept. 2)
  • LINDSEY STIRLING (Sept. 9)
  • Peso Pluma (Sept. 23)

 

Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino [Maricopa]

  • Chris Young (May 17)

 

The Nile Theatre [Mesa]

  • Tokyo Police Club (Sept. 29)

 

Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre [Phoenix]

May

  • 21 Savage (May 11)

June

  • Avril Lavigne (June 2)
  • Alanis Morissette (June 9)
  • Caifanes and Cafe Tacvba (June 11)

July

  • Xscape & SWV (July 2)
  • Cage the Elephant (July 5)
  • New Kids on the Block, Paula Abdul, and DJ Jazzy Jeff (July 9)
  • Kenny Chesney (July 24)
  • Barbie the Movie: In Concert (July 30)
  • Niall Horan (July 31)

August

  • Megadeth (Aug. 8)
  • LOSERVILLE 2024 (Aug. 16)
  • Sammy Hagar (Aug. 20)
  • Dirty Heads & Slightly Stoopid (Aug. 25)

September

  • Thirty Seconds to Mars (Sept. 1)
  • Creed (Sept. 4)
  • Dan + Shay (Sept. 5)
  • Five Finger Death Punch (Sept. 10)
  • Train & REO Speedwagon (Sept. 11)
  • The Marley Brothers (Sept. 12)
  • Bush (Sept. 14)
  • Slipknot (Sept. 15)
  • Glass Animals (Sept. 17)

October

  • Korn (Oct. 3)
  • Pitbull (Oct. 3)
  • Meghan Trainor (Oct. 16)
  • Breaking Benjamin & Staind (Oct. 18)
  • Grupo Girme (Oct. 19)

 

Thundercat Lounge [Phoenix]

  • One More Time (May 24)
  • Freddy Todd (June 29)

 

The Van Buren [Phoenix]

May

  • Marcus King (May 15)
  • The 502s (May 18)
  • Warpaint (May 19)
  • DannyLux (May 24)
  • Microwave (May 25)
    Sean Paul (May 26)

June

  • Xavier Rudd (June 1)
  • The Teskey Brothers (June 4)
  • From Ashes to New (June 5)
  • Allen Stone (June 7)
  • Boulet Brothers’ Dragula (June 11)
  • Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls (June 12)
  • ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN (June 13)
  • X Ambassadors (June 14)
  • Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers (June 21)
  • Drive-By Truckers (June 23)
  • DIIV (June 25)
  • The Eric Andre Show Live (June 29)

July

  • Iron & Wine (July 2)
  • PVRIS (July 9)
  • Louie The Singer (July 17)

August

  • As I Lay Dying (Aug. 7)
  • STRFKR (Aug. 8)
  • Caloncho (Aug. 11)

September

  • The Airborne Toxic Event (Sept. 7)
  • Matissa (Sept. 11)
  • Chromeo & The Midnight (Sept. 16)
  • Peter Hook & The Light (Sept. 17)
  • Lord of the Lost (Sept. 26)

October

  • Lawrence (Oct. 8)
  • Hatebreed (Oct. 14)
  • Testament & Kreator (Oct. 24)

 

Tucson Arena [Tucson]

  • Parker McCollum (Oct. 18)

 

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Author

  • Robert Gundran

    Robert Gundran grew up in the Southwest, spending equal time in the Valley and Southern California throughout his life. He graduated from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism in 2018 and wrote for The Arizona Republic and The Orange County Register.

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