10 Shows Not to Miss for Live Nation National Concert Week

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Get ready to rock! Live Nation is celebrating National Concert Week with $20 all-in tickets to top summer concerts.

The fifth annual National Concert Week starts on May 1, and offers the chance to see your favorite acts, from Rascal Flatts to The Who to Bryan Adams, for an amazing price. Whether you go for hip-hop or country, rock or Latin pop, there’s a show for you this summer.

To kick off this epic concert season, here are ten of the most anticipated shows. TicketsatWork is always your connection for great deals, so find your match during Live Nation’s National Concert Week.

The Who
Experience one of the greatest British rock bands in history as they bring their catalogue of hits including “Baba O’Riley,” “I Can’t Explain” and “My Generation” to the stage for an electrifying North American tour. After forming in London in the mid-1960s, The Who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990 and has gone on to sell more than 100 million records worldwide.

Nelly, TLC and Flo Rida
It’s on: Three of the biggest names in hip-hop, R&B and rap share the bill at one of the most anticipated shows of the summer. Groove along to “Waterfalls” by TLC, jump up and down to “Hot in Herre” by Nelly and show off your best dance moves to “Low” by Flo Rida.

Pentatonix
You haven’t seen (or heard) a capella like this. This wildly talented act is embarking on a 2019 North American tour, from New York to California. Check out their unique renditions of everything from classic tunes to popular Christmas albums.

Rascal Flatts
Formed in 1999, this country music group has wowed audiences since their first note. Mark your calendars for the Summer Playlist Tour in 2019, where they’ll sing new songs and chart-topping singles like “Bless the Broken Road” and “What Hurts The Most.”

Brad Paisley
With more than 30 Top 10 singles on the Billboard charts, Brad Paisley is one of the most recognizable names in country music today. The singer/songwriter superstar has been showered in multiple Grammys and Country Music Awards – don’t miss his 2019 world tour.

Heart
The classic rock icons behind songs like “Magic Man” and “These Dreams” are back on the road, performing five decades of hits. With Nancy and Ann Wilson at the helm, Heart has sold more than 35 million albums during their incredible career. See them live on their Love Alive tour this summer.

Bryan Adams
Canadian rocker Bryan Adams is ready to light up the stage this summer as he hits the road behind his new album Shine a Light. Cheer along to unforgettable anthems like “Summer of ‘69” and “Run to You,” along with ballads “I Do It For You” and “Heaven.”

Korn and Alice in Chains
The vanguards of alternative metal and grunge come together for a sensational double bill this summer. Grammy Award winners Korn have sold more than 30 million records and are working on their 13th studio album. Rising to fame during the 1990s Seattle music scene, Alice in Chains is still going strong behind MTV mainstays like “Man in the Box.”

Third Eye Blind
Long live the 1990s. You know the iconic tunes “Semi-Charmed Life,” “Jumper” and “How’s It Going to Be” – and now you can sing along to them live this summer. Third Eye Blind combines forces with Jimmy Eat World on their joint Summer Gods Tour, featuring all your favorite ‘90s rock hits.

Alice Cooper
This is your chance to catch a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend. The Ol’ Black Eyes is Back Tour will showcase Alice Cooper in all his stage show glory. Rock out to classics like “No More Mr. Nice Guy” and “School’s Out.”

By Craig Nelson

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