Lawn Days Summer Concert 2018 Tickets For 10,000 Hilton Honors Points

Hilton launched its latest initiative in its concert series partnership with Live Nation — which has been ongoing for almost 3.5 years — in a series of concerts for the summer of 2018 known as Lawn Days, through which you can secure two tickets for as few as 10,000 Hilton Honors points.

Lawn Days Summer Concert 2018 Tickets For 10,000 Hilton Honors Points

Lawn Days Summer Concert Series 2018

Source: Hilton Honors.

Thousands of lawn seat concert tickets are available on the auction platform of Hilton Honors over the course of the summer of 2018 for only 10,000 Hilton Honors points per ticket package of two tickets — and they are accessible to every elite status tier of Hilton Honors member. Simply look for the Lawn Days logo as seen above so as not to confuse them with other types of tickets and experiences which are currently up for auction.

Concert dates in 2018 range from June through October in dozens of cities across the United States — with artists and bands ranging from Rod Stewart to Lady Antebellum to Foreigner to Charlie Puth to Chicago.

You need to be a member of the Hilton Honors frequent guest loyalty program in order to take advantage of this promotion. Enrollment only takes a moment of your time and is free of charge.

The Hilton Honors Auction Platform allows members to use Hilton Honors points for premium seats, VIP access to events around the world, and other experiences; and the partnership between Hilton Honors and Live Nation for the Hilton Honors Concert Series allows Hilton Honors members to bid on unique music experiences and private shows.

The Hilton Honors Concert Series is a unique music program which inspires travel to top music destinations around the world while offering members access to exclusive and intimate live performances.

Summary

I enjoy music and would not mind going to some of these concerts. For example, I saw Neon Trees and Elliot Root perform in concert back in December of 2015.

Keep in mind that some of the bands who are performing do not have their original personnel. For example, Lou Gramm — who was the original lead singer of Foreigner — is no longer a part of the band; and neither Peter Cetera nor the late Terry Kath are members of Chicago. For some people, these notable personnel omissions could impact the enjoyment of the concert…

…but then again, when I went to see John Fogerty in concert three years ago, he and his band performed well enough that I almost felt like I was listening to Creedence Clearwater Revival — so your mileage may vary, as is said.

Enjoy the music if you decide to participate in this promotion.

Photograph ©2015 by Brian Cohen.

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