National Concert Week kicks off in the Bay Area

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Live Nation kicks off National Concert week April 30, and that means $20 all-access tickets are available through May 8 that will get you in the door at some of the best Bay Area shows coming up. Overwhelmed? Start here: we’re giving away the All-In Tickets all week. Then take a look at some of the shows that should be on your radar.

Lauryn Hill

Our 90s selves would have probably paid anything to see Ms. Lauryn Hill, so we’re pretty stoked that The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 20th Anniversary Tour is one of the many shows coming through Shoreline included in the all-access pass.

Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart is back at it on The Irresponsible Tour. He added over 100 new shows throughout North America, Australia, Europe and Asia at the beginning of the year, and it will include Concord Pavilion, Shoreline, and Oracle Arena in 2018.

The Revivalists

The 2016 Concert for Kids headliner put on quite the show. Don’t miss their return to The Bay and pre-Bottle Rock show May 26 at The Masonic.

G-Eazy and Halsey

Sorry, they’re only grouped together here because they are dating, but both are playing separate shows. Bay Area rapper G-Eazy is also touring with Lil Uzi Vert.

Weezer and Pixies

Weezer is stopping by The Lounge May 10, and you can enter for a chance to win your way in to their KFOG Private Concert here. Otherwise, catch them with the Pixies in August at Shoreline.

Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley

For country music fans, it doesn’t get much better than summer concerts at Shoreline. In seats or on the lawn, you can’t really go wrong at any of these shows.

Daryl Hall & John Oates and Train

Daryl Hall & John Oates put out a new song together, “Philly Forget Me Not,” after 15 years. The song was done in collaboration with Pat Monahan of Train, and the two acts have been wrapping their shows with a combined set throughout their tour.

There’s plenty more concerts and shows to choose from, like 311 and The Offspring or Ziggy Marley, so check the full list out here.

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