Live Nation is offering $20 concert tickets and here are the discounted shows coming to Orlando

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Concert promoter Live Nation is celebrating National Concert Week again this year with discounts on a handful of upcoming shows both large and small. And starting today, you have just seven days to get in on this action.

From May 1 to May 7, Live Nation is offering discounted tickets through its website and app to a select assortment of live events for $20 across the board.



Here are fifteen Orlando shows you should consider that are a big ol' bargain for a $20 bill:

AJR at the House of Blues
Ana Barbara at House of Blues
August Burns Red at House of Blues
The Chainsmokers at the Amway Center
Disturbed at the Amway Center
Florence & the Machine at the Amway Center
Gov't Mule at House of Blues
Jennifer Lopez at Amway Center
Jon Bellion at the Addition Financial Arena
Lovelytheband at the House of Blues
Marianas Trench at House of Blues
Pentatonix at the Amway Center
Reel Big Fish, Bowling for Soup at the House of Blues
Sara Bareilles at Amway Center
Young the Giant, Fitz & the Tantrums at the Orlando Amphitheater




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