Paul Hebert

Live Nation announces new All In Club Passport

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The new program allows concert goers to buy a Club Passport for $49.99 and see every show at Live Nation clubs in their city for the rest of the year.

Here’s how it works. Beginning today concert fans go to and purchase a Club Passport. A list of participating shows will be immediately available. Every Monday thereafter, Passport holders log on to or follow LiveNation on Facebook or Twitter to see the list of participating club shows in their city and to reserve their ticket. From here, Club Passport holders just bring their Live Nation Club Passport number and photo I.D. to the club’s box office and get right in, no extra charges, no hassles.

“This summer we helped concert fans save more than $14 million on nearly 800,000 tickets to shows in our amphitheaters through our weekly ‘No Service Fee’ offers,” said Michael Rapino, President and Chief Executive Officer of Live Nation. “Since then, I’ve heard from fans and artists alike saying they’d like us to make it just as easy and affordable to discover new artists in our clubs. With The Live Nation Club Passport we’re doing just that, helping fans discover up-and-coming artists, and helping those bands build new audiences.”

The Live Nation Club Passport is valid for participating shows at the following venues in the area: Avalon (Los Angeles), Hollywood Palladium (Hollywood), House of Blues (Anaheim & Sunset) and The Wiltern (Los Angeles)

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