There are so many great shows coming to the Western New York area this summer. Unfortunately, we know all too well how expensive concert tickets have gotten over the past few years, and for music fans, the price of attending can quickly add up.

If you’re planning on attending some of these summer concerts, you might want to check out this way to save tons of money on your tickets. 

Soon, $25 Tickets Will Be Available For Concerts At Darien Lake

Live Nation recently revealed that they’re bringing back their annual Concert Week promotion, giving Buffalo music lovers the opportunity to purchase tickets at a massive discount.

Darien Lake Amphitheater

Beginning at Wednesday, May 8th at 10am through May 14th, fans will have a chance to buy tickets to over 5,000 summer concerts, including shows at Darien Lake Amphitheatre, for just $25 (while supplies last). The $25 price includes all fees, but doesn’t include taxes. 

Which Concerts Will Be $25 In Western New York?

Although the official lineup will be revealed Wednesday morning, Live Nation lists the following acts on their Concert Week website that have scheduled shows at Darien Lake this summer:

  • Niall Horan (6/22)
  • Third Eye Blind (7/3)
  • Janet Jackson (7/5)
  • Kidz Bop Live (7/7)
  • Jason Aldean (8/1)
  • XCape & SWV (8/6)
  • Avril Lavigne (8/20)
  • New Kids On The Block (8/22) 

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How To Get Early Access To Live Nation’s Concert Week Sale

U.S. T-Mobile customers and Rakuten users, as well as Canadian RBCxMusic users, will have the opportunity for Early Access to the sale on Tuesday, May 7th. Additionally, if you’re a Hilton Honors member, you can connect your HH and Ticketmaster accounts to use your points to purchase tickets. 

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