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Live Nation is offering $25 tickets to some pretty major L.A. concerts

We are so grateful for that live music is back in full swing for a while, but our wallets don’t feel exactly the same (we watch you, basically everyone music festival).

Fortunately, Live Nation has once again decided to give us all a temporary respite with “all for $ 25 tickets” for concerts across the country, including a staggering more than 200 concerts near Los Angeles. And unlike most major platform tickets (like, um, Live Nation), these time-limited tickets from $ 25 (up to $ 5 compared to last year’s similar promotion) won’t have additional taxes or fees.

The deal doesn’t apply to every wanted show this summer, but there are $ 25 tickets to grab for some pretty notable shows: Angel Olsen in Greek theaterWho at Hollywood BowlWu-Tang Clan c Five-point amphitheater (as was the whole emo fest Wandering 25 years on the street), Burning lips at Wiltern and Third Eye Blind at YouTube Theaterby the way.

IN $ 25 all-in tickets go on sale Wednesday, May 4 at 7 a.m. If you happen to be a member of a Citi card, you can catch them a day earlier on Tuesday, May 3 from 9 p.m.

See the full list of shows in the LA area below.

Aratani Theater (Little Tokyo)

Jens Lekman (April 30)

Belasco (LA Center)

Kikagaku Moyo (September 22)
La Femme (June 24)
Devil Amigo (September 2)
Flight facilities (July 10)
Jesse (October 8)
me without you (May 23)
Mencingers (December 8)
Taylor Swift Night in Belasco (June 10)
Devil Amigo (September 2)
Anne-Marie (November 29)
Youth Gang (May 18)
Health (September 17)
Highly suspicious (October 6)
Jake Bug (October 11)
Katie Cruchfield (October 27)
Mariah the Scientist (July 22)
Mom’s jeans (October 4)
Death from napalm (November 19)
Paloma Mami (September 14)
Sempai Squad (July 1)
Afghan Whigs (October 12)
Chats (October 7)
The Church (November 18)
Viagra Boys (September 30)
After the funeral (May 13)
Soup Bowling (September 4)
The Cobra Man (August 5)
Destroyer (May 20)
Heaven 17 (September 29)
Jerry Cantrell (May 5)
Kevin Morby (October 1)
Key Glock (May 6)
She’s gone (October 30)
Tirzah (May 24)
Lil Tracy (June 4)
Big KRIT (May 19)
Good morning (may 7)
Macy Gray (July 8)
Nothing, nowhere (May 8)
Symphony X (June 1)
Exploited (May 27)
Thai Verdes (May 22)
Judas and the Lion (September 16)

Constellation Room (Santa Ana)

Summer years (May 9)

Echoplex (Echo Park)

The tribe called red (May 13)
Otoboke Beaver (October 19)
Fixed corners (June 2)
Dance with the Dead (May 5)
Daniel Rosen (June 10)
Girls vs. Boys (October 7)
WH Lung (September 29)
Azizi Gibson (May 6)
Clap your hands, say yes (July 16)
Everything is bad (podcast) (May 19)
Skillibeng (June 8)

Five-point amphitheater (Irvine)

Iration (August 26)
Slightly sloping (July 15)
Blind for the third eye (August 13)
Vagrant Festival 25 (May 28)
Fish Fest (June 11)
Sami Hagar (September 10)
Train (July 29)
Wiz Khalifa (July 27)
Wu-Tang Clan (September 30)

Glen Helen Amphitheater (San Bernardino)

The Art Laboe Show (October 8)

Greek theater (Griffith Park)

Fleet Foxes (July 8)
Bell and Sebastian (June 4)
Angel Olsen (July 28)
Andrew Byrd (June 15)
Brit Floyd (June 18)
CAAMP (July 6)
Fitz and hysterics (August 27)
Goo Goo Dolls (September 2)
goose (August 21)
LP (May 21)
Nora Jones (June 29)
Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark (OMD) (May 26)
Puscifer (June 12)
Josh Groban (August 2)
Head and heart (August 20)

Hollywood Bowl (hollywood)

Rus (May 5)
Ben Platt (September 12)
Who (November 1)

Hollywood palladium (hollywood)

Joy Mountain (August 5)
spoon (June 2)
Alexisonfire (October 4)
AWOLNATION (November 11)
Hippopotamus (May 15)
Bomba Estereo (October 3)
Christina Aguilera (October 25, 26)
Submission (July 16)
Midnight Oil (June 7)
Rina Savaayama (November 23)
Three Days of Grace (August 18)
TroyBoi (October 15)

The house of the blues (Anaheim)

Toadies (September 23)
Citizen Cope (May 5)
Oh Wonder (May 29)
Alexisonfire (October 9)
Highlighted (June 17)
Sid (May 6)
Motels (July 1)
Michael Franti (July 29)
KAINA (June 10)
Meteors (June 17)
Gilby Clark (June 2)

Kia forum (Inglewood)

Festival de Campeones – Uforia Tudena Deportes (June 23)
Rise Against (July 19)

Long Beach Terrace Theater (Long beach)

Primus (June 24)

OC Observatory (Santa Ana)

Symphony X (May 31)
After the funeral (May 14)
Dying fruit (May 15)
Mild High Club (May 10)
Shakes Graves (August 19)
Tirzah (May 23)
Fivio Foreign (June 6)
Azizi Gibson (June 10)
Deicide (August 17)
Manic Spaniard (May 6)
Mike Love (June 11)
The Dickies (July 1)
The Fixx (June 15)
Coi Leray (May 28)
The Pedro Lion (May 29)

Orpheus Theater (LA Center)

Primal Scream (October 8)
Wardruna (November 4)

Palace Theater (LA Center)

Citizen Cope (May 6)
Guster (November 4)

Riverside Municipal Auditorium (by the river)

New Found Glory (August 4)
Primus (June 23)
mastodon (May 11)
Meshuga (October 8)
X (May 12)

The echo (Echo Park)

ericdoa (May 20)
French 79 (9, 10 May)
iamnotshane (June 3)
Legendary Pink Dots (October 25)
Ronne (June 15)
Teenage wrist (June 8)
Torah (May 12)
Bastardane (June 6)
Great fun (May 27)
Darwin Deese (June 1)
Kid Francescoli (June 2)
Sports team (May 7)
Y La Bamba (October 1)
bears (May 8)
KAINA (June 12)
The Crowns (November 19)

Regent Theater (LA Center)

Penny and the Sparrow (May 13)
Suicidal Silence (June 4)
Citizen (October 7, 8)
Daily wave (June 11)
Foy Vance (May 31)
Hunx and His Punx (June 16)
Let’s eat grandma (November 23)
Lingua Ignota (June 9)
Alaska 5000 (December 3)
Cam (August 5)
Chloe Moriondo (October 26)
The Xymox Clan (November 19)
Cloud Nothings (September 10)
Deicide (August 18)
Dying fruit (May 14)
Failure (July 8)
Hailu Mergia (June 24)
Helado Negro (May 17)
L7 (27, 28 October)
La Santa Cecilia (November 2, 3)
Laura Jane Grace (May 22)
Madison Cunningham (October 1)
Makluski (September 16)
Mudhoney (May 20)
from Montreal (September 14)
Sir Chloe (May 28)
The Devil Wears Prada (August 26)
The Get Up Kids (August 28)
House of Love (June 10)
The Wrecks (July 23)
together PANGEA (June 3)
Turnover (June 15)
Typhoon (June 2)
Wet (May 15)
Weval (June 25)
Dehd (May 10)
Enter Shikari (October 6)
Northlane (August 25)
Party Favor (June 17, 18)
Superorganism (October 21)
The Slackers (May 29)
Subhumans (July 16)
Ziwe (May 21)

The theater at the Ace Hotel (LA Center)

Howard Jones (June 24)
Peter Hook (September 8, 9)
Steve Wee (December 3)

Wiltern (Korean Quarter)

311 (November 11, 12)
Aldous Harding (June 24)
Alex G (October 21)
Alexander 23 (November 5)
Alvvays (October 29)
Ali and AJ (May 28)
Anberlin (October 24)
GROUPLOVE (July 8)
Homeshake (May 12)
Jesse McCartney (June 25)
Julia Michaels (October 20)
Kavinsky (September 22)
LEON (June 10)
Lucius (December 8)
Mario Aguilar (August 19)
Masego (September 10)
mature (September 4)
Metronomy (October 27)
MUNA (October 25, 26)
Nightwish (May 20, 21)
NIKI (October 22)
Noah Cyrus (November 4)
Noah Kahan (November 19)
Oh Wonder (May 31)
Cloudy (May 14)
Pierre Born (October 14)
Ring of Purity (July 23)
Regina Spector (June 23)
Sasha Alex Sloan (August 28)
Shakes Graves (August 23)
Silverstein (August 27)
Stereolab (September 15)
STS9 (5, August 6)
Real Estate in Sunny Day (December 12)
Testament (October 13)
December (August 9)
Burning Lips (May 9)
The Marcus King Band (October 7)
The Pretty Reckless (September 9)
Teski Brothers (June 6)
The Walters (June 9)
TONES AND I (August 10)
Turquoise (September 29)
Twin Temple (October 30)
Two Feet (September 17)
WASP (December 11)
Yacht Rock Revue (August 13)
Jan Tiersen (June 7)
Moderate (September 23)
Sal Vulcano (May 22)

YouTube Theater (Inglewood)

Bastille (May 20)
George Clinton and Parliament / Funkadelic (August 17)
John Pardi
Air supply (July 30)
Emanuel (May 21)
Raphael (October 21)
Rick Springfield (August 30)
Switchfoot (August 23)
Dubi Brothers (October 2)
Blind for the third eye (August 5)
Dildit Dosanj (July 27)
Burning Spear (July 24)

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