Live Nation Rolls Out “End of Summer No Bummer” Ticket Discounts

Tickets for Derek Smalls have hit a big (rock) bottom. (Facebook)

Live Nation is rolling out its “End of Summer No Bummer” promotion, which offers tickets at $25 or less–with no extra fees.

The Observatory is Santa Ana is among the venues with: Gasolina (Sept. 27); Shordie Shordie (in the Constellation Room, Oct. 1); Ghostemane (Oct. 22); Arch Enemy (Oct. 24); Dead Ghosts (in the Constellation Room, Oct. 29); Oliver Francis (in the Constellation Room, Nov. 21); Morbid Angel (Nov. 27); Emo Night Brooklyn (Nov. 30); and Reverend Horton Heat (Jan. 17-18).

Many more “End of Summer No Bummer” promo shows are at House of Blues Anaheim, including Punk Rock Karaoke in The Parish this Saturday (Sept. 14). Other participating artists are: Flaw (also in The Parish) and Luis Fonsi Vida World Tour (Sept. 24); Sabrina Claudio (Sept. 25); Stiff Little Fingers (Oct. 4); Stabbing Westward (Oct. 6); Banda Machos & Arkangel R – 15 (Oct. 11); Mayday (in The Parish, Oct. 12); Knocked Loose (Oct. 13); Hobo Johnson & The Lovemakers (Oct. 16); Wild Child (Oct. 19); Trapt (in The Parish, Oct. 24); Dorian playing Justice Universal (in The Parish, Oct. 25); Chase Rice (Oct. 26); and Reel Big Fish (Oct. 30).

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Also at HOB Anaheim: The Adicts (Nov. 1); Black Stone Cherry (in The Parish, Nov. 5); The Story So Far w/ the Frights, Hunny & Just Friends (Nov. 7); Ten Years Under the Sun performing Reach for the Sun (in The Parish, Nov. 10); Jidenna (Nov. 15); Island Block Radio Concert Series with Jordan T (in The Parish, Nov. 15); Cold War Kids (Nov. 16); Conor Maynard (in The Parish, Nov. 20); Flatland Calvary (in The Parish, Nov. 22); Ryan Bingham (Nov. 22); Jim Breuer (Nov. 26); The Maine (Nov. 27); A$AP Ferg (Nov. 30); Mitchell Tenpenny (Dec. 4); Falling in Reverse (Dec. 11); CHON, Between The Buried and Me, Intervals (Dec. 15); and Waterparks (Dec. 17).

The Los Angeles venue getting the brunt of “End of Summer No Bummer” promo load is the Wiltern, with 25 shows through December, when participating artists include: Ciara (Sept. 17); Frankie Quinones (Sept. 27); k.flay (Oct. 9); Dean Lewis (Oct. 23); Steve Lacy (Oct. 30); Derek Smalls (“formerly of the band formerly known as Spinal Tap”) Nov. 6; Peter Hook &The Light (Nov. 9); and Thievery Corporation (Dec. 13).

Also in LA, the Belasco Theater gets in on the promo with: Rick Ross (Sept. 26); Big K.R.I.T. (Oct. 4); The Waterboys (Oct. 15); Lost Frequencies (Oct. 19); GWAR (Oct. 24); The Adicts (Oct. 30); Tom Morello (Nov. 2); PJ Morton (Nov. 8); Jidenna (Nov. 16); Atreyu (Nov. 19); and The Dead South (Nov. 27).

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Hollywood Palladium has dodge (Oct. 11); Sum 41 (Oct. 17); SWMRS with Together Pangea, Girlpool, Clit Kat, B.A.G., DYGL (Oct. 25); Young Thug & Machine Gun Kelly (Nov. 18); X Ambassadors (Nov. 20); Simple Plan, State Champs, We The Kings (Nov. 22); and A$AP Ferg (Nov. 27). The Hollywood Bowl adds Logic: Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Tour on Oct. 12.

Another participating venue is Riverside Municipal Auditorium, starting with Tribute a Vincente Fernandez con Ivan Estrella de Los Angeles this Saturday (Sept. 14). Other participating artists there include: Emo Night Live! (Oct. 10); Banda Machos & Arkangel R – 15 (Oct. 12); and DJ Quik (Nov. 23).

Over at Fox Performing Arts Center in Riverside are many, many promo shows through December, including Malcolm Gladwell in conversation with Larry Wilmore this Tuesday (Sept. 17). Also participating there: Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly – The Rock N Roll Dream Tour (Sept. 30); Dave Mason + Richie Furay (Oct. 7); and Dream Theater (Oct. 28).

The all-inclusive tickets went on sale starting at 10 a.m. today, and the special pricing lasts through Sept. 22 at 10 p.m. You must use the promo code “SUM2019” when purchasing the tickets through Live Nation’s website: livenation.com.

OC Weekly Editor-in-Chief Matt Coker has been engaging, enraging and entertaining readers of newspapers, magazines and websites for decades. He spent the first 13 years of his career in journalism at daily newspapers before “graduating” to OC Weekly in 1995 as the alternative newsweekly’s first calendar editor.

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