Live Nation Flash Sale: $20.15 Tickets

Massive names from all genres are on sale for a limited time for just $20.15

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Live Nation is celebrating summer in San Diego with a flash sale that starts today and ends at 10 p.m. on Wednesday, June 24. Up for grabs are tickets to such massive shows as Nicki Minaj, Sublime with Rome, Slayer, Def Leppard, Styx, Barenaked Ladies, Dierks Bentley, Ariana Grande, Fall Out Boy and a slew of others (see the full list below) at Sleep Train Amphitheatre and SDSU's Open Air Theater.

Those aren't entirely lawn tickets either -- a select few shows have seats for just $20.15.

The offer is available online only (get tickets here), and tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis. So get clickin'! 

The deal applies to the following shows:

Slayer, King Diamond, Hellyeah
June 26, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Nickelback, Lifehouse
June 27, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Sublime with Rome, Rebelution, Pepper
July 16, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

5 Seconds of Summer, Hey Violet
July 17, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Barenaked Ladies, Violent Femmes, Colin Hay
July 19, CCCU Open Air Theater at SDSU

Darius Rucker, Brett Eldredge, Brothers Osborne, A Thousand Horses
Aug. 2, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Fall Out Boy, Wiz Khalifa, Hoodie Allen
Aug. 8, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Nicki Minaj, Meek Mill, Tinashe, Rae Sremmurd
Aug. 13, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Dierks Bentley, Kip Moore, Maddie & Tae, Canaan Smith
Aug. 16, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

The Australian Pink Floyd Show, Led Zepplin2
Sept. 5, CCCU Open Air Theater at SDSU

Ariana Grande, Prince Royce
Sept. 9, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Damian Marley, Stephen Marley
Sept. 22, CCCU Open Air Theater at SDSU

Def Leppard, Styx, Tesla
Sept. 22, Sleep Train Amphitheatre

All tickets are available here. 

Hannah Lott-Schwartz, a San Diego native, moved back to the area after working the magazine-publishing scene in Boston. Now she’s straight trolling SD for all the music she missed while away. Want to help? Hit her up with just about anything at all over on Twitter, where -- though not always work-appropriate -- she means well.

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