VIRGINIA BEACH (WAVY) — You can go see several major music acts at the Virginia Beach amphitheater and across the U.S. this summer and fall for just $20.
It’s an “all-in” price, meaning the usual taxes and fees you’d have to pay in addition are included in that $20 price. Acts in Virginia Beach include Pitbull, the Jonas Brothers, Jason Aldean and Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Festival.
It’s part of Live Nation’s “Return to Live!” promotion, marking the return of live music for the nation’s largest live music promoter.
The tickets went on sale to the general public starting Wednesday, July 28 at noon on LiveNation.com and the promotion runs through Sunday, August 1. The offer is only available online.
T-Mobile and Sprint customers got 24-hour early access to the $20 tickets through T-Mobile Tuesdays starting Tuesday, July 27.
These are the acts available for Virginia Beach:
- 8/5 Jason Aldean w/ Hardy, Lainey Wilson and DEE JAY SILVER
- 8/25 Alanis Morissette w/ Garbage and Liz Phair
- 8/29 Brad Paisley w/ Jimmie Allen and Kameron Marlowe
- 8/31 Pitbull w/ Iggy Azalea
- 9/2 311 w/ Iration *
- 9/9 Judas Priest w/ special guest *
- 9/16 Dierks Bentley w/ Riley Green and Parker McCollum and DJ AYDAMN
- 9/17 Outlaw Festival starring Willie Nelson, Sturgill Simpson, Gov’t Mule and Margo Price
- 10/2 Rebelution w/ Steel Pulse *
- 10/7 Florida Georgia Line w/ Russell Dickerson, Lauren Alaina and Redferrin
- 10/9 Jonas Brothers w/ Kelsea Ballerini
The asterisk shows are pavilion-only shows. $20 tickets for the other shows are on the lawn.
And these are the available shows nationwide in the promotion:
- 3 Doors Down
- Alanis Morissette
- Alice Cooper
- Blackberry Smoke
- Brad Paisley
- Brett Eldredge
- Bright Eyes
- Brooks & Dunn
- Brothers Osborne
- Counting Crows
- Dierks Bentley
- Earth Wind & Fire
- Florida Georgia Line
- Jason Aldean
- Jim Gaffigan
- Jonas Brothers
- Judas Priest
- Kings of Leon
- Lady A
- Lake Street Dive
- Lil Baby
- Louis the Child
- Maroon 5
- Modest Mouse
- Outlaw Music Festival
- Rise Against
- Rod Wave
- The Black Crowes
- Thomas Rhett
- Trippie Redd
- Zac Brown Band
- ZZ Top
Live Nation’s hoping the discounted tickets will encourage people to return to venues as it looks to rebound from closures during the pandemic.