Live Nation Offers Economical Way To Rock Out

Sep. 17 2009, Published 4:44 a.m. ET

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Yes, you can still rock on, even in this economy: The Live Nation Club Passport passport to get into any of their remaining, non-sold-out 2009 shows for -- ready for this -- less than $50.

Here's how it works: Passport holders can check out, or follow Live Nation on Facebook, to reserve tickets to shows featured on a list that will be added to every Monday. When you go to the show, just flash the Live Nation Club Passport and a photo identification, and you're all-in, without having to spend another penny.

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Live Nation president Michael Rapino said this past summer's promotions, which saved music fans more than $14 million, was the impetus for another ground-breaking deal. He said the passport is mutually-beneficial for bands and fans alike.

"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," he said. "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."

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