How to get $20 tickets to summer concerts in Michigan

Live Nation offering deal for 'National Concert Day'


Many benefit concerts have been held in recent years as a way to raise money for victims of disasters, poverty and other tragic events. Here are just some of the most notable ones:

DETROIT - Discounted tickets will hit the market this week for some big Michigan summer concerts.

Live Nation is celebrating National Concert Day, May 2, with $20 ticket offers to many concerts coming up this summer.

Tickets for the select shows go on sale Tuesday, May 2 at 8 a.m. The promotion runs from May 2 - May 9.

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Most of the seats are lawn seats, but there are a limited number of pavilion seats. They are at venues including DTE Energy Music Theatre, Meadow Brook Amphitheatre, Freedom Hill and the Palace of Auburn Hills.

Some of the shows on the list include:

John Legend at Meadow Brook - June 16

Train with O.A.R. at DTE - June 25

Enrique Iglesias with Pitbull at The Palace - June 28

WYCD Hoedown at DTE - June 30

Boston with Joan Jett at DTE - July 9

Kenny Rogers at Meadow Brook - July 15

Chicago and the Doobie Brothers at DTE - July 16

Queen + Adam Lambert at The Palace - July 20

Rod Stewart with Cyndi Lauper at DTE - Aug. 1

Santana at Michigan Lottery Amph - Aug. 9

Earth, Wind & Fire at DTE - Aug. 22

Depeche Mode at DTE - Aug. 27

Deep Purple with Alice Cooper at DTE - Sept. 3

Matchbox Twenty with Counting Crows at DTE - Sept. 23

You can find the full list locally and nationally here:

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