2016 Hilton Concert Series Starts in Celebration of Its Stop Clicking Around Campaign
I n celebration of its new Stop Clicking Around campaign where members of the Hilton HHonors frequent guest loyalty program get a special exclusive discounted room rate which can be changed or refunded without penalty, the 2016 Hilton concert series — which is produced by Live Nation — officially kicked off its second year with a surprise Jason Derulo concert at Hilton San Diego Bayfront this past weekend.
2016 Hilton Concert Series Starts
If you are a member of the Hilton HHonors frequent guest loyalty program, you can discover for yourself some of the most buzz-worthy artists in the music industry by bidding your points on the following concert experiences in 2016 through the Hilton HHonors auction Internet web site:
In addition, Live Nation will curate once-in-a-lifetime artist connections — such as a private dinner with the band Wolfmother; an exclusive album listening session with Goo Goo Dolls; and meet and greets with various artists all around the world, including Vance Joy, Tom Jones and Monsters and Men.
“At Hilton, we are always looking for new ways to say ‘thank you’ to our Hilton HHonors members — from every day hotel benefits such as exclusive discounts and free Wi-Fi to once-in-a-lifetime experiences for our most frequent guests,” said Mark Weinstein, who is the global head of customer engagement, partnerships and loyalty at Hilton Worldwide. “The fact is: there has never been a better time to be a part of HHonors — which was reason enough for all of us to stop and celebrate!”
He means that. I was with Mark Weinstein — as well as several representatives of Hilton Worldwide and some of the “bloggers” from BoardingArea to attend a concert featuring Neon Trees and Elliot Root at the historic Washington Hilton hotel; and photographs from that concert are shown below. The atmosphere was rather electrifying; and I could tell that everyone was into the music — and even though it was not exactly my type of music, I still had a lot of fun.