Concerts

How to Get $20 Tickets for a Bunch of Upcoming Phoenix Concerts

See KISS on the cheap this fall.
See KISS on the cheap this fall. Jim Louvau

The return of big concerts to metro Phoenix brings plenty of benefits, but one major drawback: There are lots of shows to see, but most of us have a finite concert budget.

To celebrate the ramping-up of the music scene, Live Nation is trying to help fans save a little coin on their concerts.

The Return to Live promotion gives fans the opportunity to buy $20 tickets to nearly 1,000 shows this year, including a bunch at Ak-Chin Pavilion in west Phoenix.

The $20 tickets will be available to the general public starting next Wednesday, July 28, at 9 a.m. Arizona time on the Live Nation website for a limited time only, while supplies last. (If you're a T-Mobile and Sprint cellular customer, you can start buying tickets a day early — 9 a.m. Arizona time on Tuesday, July 27.)


The full list of $20 shows in metro Phoenix is:

August 27 - Dierks Bentley with Riley Green and Parker McCollum
September 13 - KORN with Staind and Fire from the Gods
September 16 - Lady A with Carly Peace, Niko Moon, and Tenille Arts
September 17 - Pitbull with Iggy Azalea
September 22 - Lil Baby with Lil Durk
September 24 - Luke Bryan with Dylan Scott and Runaway June
September 26 – KISS
September 30 - Jason Aldean with HARDY and Lainey Wilson
October 1 - Maroon 5 with Blackbear
October 3 - Alanis Morissette with Garbage and Liz Phair
October 8 - Brad Paisley with Jimmie Allen and Kameron Marlowe
October 13 - 311 with Iration and Iya Terra
October 15 - Outlaw Music Festival: Willie Nelson, Avett Brothers, Gov't Mule, Lucinda Williams, and Ida Mae
October 16 - The Doobie Brothers with The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
October 26 - Jonas Brothers with Kelsea Ballerini
November 2 - Slipknot with Killswitch Engage, Fever 333, and Code Orange
November 11 - Florida Georgia Line with Russell Dickerson, Lauren Alaina, and Redferrin
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Jennifer Goldberg is the culture editor and Best of Phoenix editor for Phoenix New Times.