Live Nation has launched its Club Pass, a pass that lets music fans enjoy concerts at more than 50 participating venues across the US.
Live entertainment company Live Nation has launched its Club Pass, a pass that lets music fans enjoy concerts at more than 50 participating venues across the US.
Fans will be able to gain access to general admission shows at a number of clubs including Ace of Spades in Sacramento, The Aztec Theater in San Antonio and Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom in Chicago.
Club Passes went on sale yesterday (Monday) and fans will be able to watch concerts from October 1 until December 31 this year. Prices begin from as little as $59 (£52/€59) and fans have access to shows at one venue of their choosing.
For fans that wish to watch shows at multiple Live Nation venues across the US, a Multi-Club Pass is available for $299. Music lovers can choose from over 1,000 shows playing at well-known venues including Irving Plaza in New York, The Fillmore in San Francisco and the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.
Upcoming shows across the participating venues include Måneskin, Noah Cyrus, Pusha T, Yung Gravy and more.
The Club Pass will continue to be on sale until September 30 and each venue will have a limited number of passes available. Fans will need to show their photo ID when using their Club Pass to pick up a ticket at the club’s box office.