Live Nation’s Club Pass includes nearly unlimited concerts at one venue through the end of 2022

The pay-and-binge model has practically taken over our digital lives, and now a new year-end pass from Live Nation is trying to do the same for our gigging habits.

The newly announced Club Pass grants you access to almost every show at a single Live Nation venue for the last three months of 2022, starting at $59 plus fees (although almost all in the LA area are $79) or 299 US dollars for a multi-venue pass valid at more than 50 Live Nation-powered venues across the country.

There are of course some exceptions: reserved seating events, festivals and concerts not produced by Live Nation are not eligible, and the list of excluded events is subject to change. But the eligible shows are extensive, and a Club Pass also has a pretty significant benefit: you can still redeem your pass for a ticket at concerts that otherwise sell out.

A limited number of Club Passes will be on sale from September 19 at 10:00 am to September 30 or while supplies last. Each pass is valid from October 1st to December 30th, 2022 – so no New Year’s Eve concerts.

Here in LA, the Club Pass includes access to some pretty notable music venues: the Belasco, the Hollywood Palladium and the Wiltern, as well as the House of Blues in Anaheim and the Observatory OC in Santa Ana – all of which are $79 a single. event pass. The Echoplex and Echo (considered a single venue for Club Pass purposes) and the Riverside Municipal Auditorium are also available for $59. Given the density of venues in the LA area, we could see that the multi-club pass is particularly attractive to Angelenos concert-goers, although only 200 of these will be available (single-venue passes will also be limited).

For the SoCal venues in the schedule, the vast majority of the calendar is Club Pass eligible, though there are certainly a handful of exceptions that stand out. As an example, let’s look at the Wiltern, by far the most attractive option among the participating venues in LA. Your $79 pass gets you access to a concert almost every night during a packed October, plus a few dozen more in November and December. But it’s specific Not valid for Paramore and the rescheduled Flaming Lips Show. On the other hand, it should get you into something like basically the sold-out Modest Mouse Show, a celebration of The lonely crowded West that has resale tickets for hundreds of dollars. Or take the Belasco, where Paramore is locked out again, but you can snag a night ticket to the Halloweenie party with triple-digit prices.

Live Nation allows you to purchase a second Club Pass for a guest, however both will be issued in your name (you will need to present your ID at the box office). And of course you can’t turn around and scalp your ticket on the sidewalk. You’re also limited to just one concert in a row – so although the Mars Volta play three nights at the Palladium, you can only secure a seat at one of them.

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