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Willie Nelson headlines the Outlaw Music Festival in September at KeyBank Pavilion
For fans of live music, summer is a particularly big season. In addition to the dozens of local acts performing around the city, it's also the best opportunity to catch your favorite national touring acts. The downside, however, is that things can get costly in a hurry.
On Monday, Live Nation announced that in celebration of next week's arrival of National Concert Week, fans will be able to
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Kevin Hart plays PPG Paints Arena Nov. 23
buy $20 tickets for a limited time for more than 30 concerts, ranging from the Outlaw Music Festival with Willie Nelson at the KeyBank Pavilion in Burgettstown to comedian Kevin Hart at PPG Paints Arena in November.
The $20 tickets will go on sale at 8 a.m. on Mon. April 30 and will remain available until 11:59 p.m. on Tue., May 8. More information can be found online here.
Tickets can also be purchased through the Live Nation app.
Other shows of interest include Marilyn Manson's return to the area following his show in Pittsburgh last November when he was injured after falling off the stage at Stage AE
Plus Vans Warped Tour, Maroon 5, Counting Crows, Weezer, Chris Brown, Miranda Lambert, Five Finger Death Punch and more. The complete list of shows is available after the jump.
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Marilyn Manson performs at Stage AE in September 2017
According to a press release: "The local office will partner with Doce Taqueria’s taco truck to provide the city of Pittsburgh with an opportunity to purchase $20 tickets in person. This mobile box office will be at several locations throughout National Concert Week! A full map of locations and details on “Tickets & Tacos” will be provided this week on Live Nation Pittsburgh social media channels."
The shows will be held at three venues across the region, PPG Paints Arena, KeyBank Pavilion, Heinz Field and the Washington Wild Things stadium.
Shows at PPG Paints Arena, Uptown
June 9, Hall & Oates with Train; July 17, Shania Twain; Aug. 11, Rod Stewart with Cyndi Lauper; Sept. 5, Fallout Boy; Sept. 29, Maroon 5; Nov. 23, Kevin Hart
Shows at KeyBank Pavilion, Burgettstown
June 2, X-Fest with Jack White; June 9, Slayer; June 13, Thirty Seconds to Mars; June 15, Dierks Bentley; June 20, Steve Miller with Peter Frampton; June 27, Foreigner with Whitesnake; July 10, Weezer with the Pixies; July 14, Styx with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts; July 16, Vans Warped Tour; July 18, Tedeschi Trucks Band; July 21, Stone Temple Pilots, Bush and The Cult; July 22, Chris Brown; July 25, Marilyn Manson with Rob Zombie; July 27, Rascal Flatts; July 28, Chicago with REO Speedwagon; Aug 3, Avenged Sevenfold; Aug 14, Breaking Benjamin with Five Finger Death Punch; Aug 17, Miranda Lambert with Little Big Town; Aug 24, Jason Aldean; Aug 25, Lynyrd Skynyrd with Hank Williams Jr.; Aug. 28, Shinedown with Godsmack; Aug. 30, Counting Crows; Sept. 1, Pentatonix; Sept. 7, Outlaw Music Festival with Willie Nelson, Van Morrison and Sturgill Simpson; Sept. 8, Lady Antebellum with Darius Rucker
Shows at Heinz Field, North Side
June 30, Luke Bryan with Sam Hunt
Washington Wild Things Stadium, Washington, Pa.
Aug 29, G Eazy