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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Freedom Hill does two-for-one sale on upcoming big concerts

Posted By on Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 10:42 AM

NOTE: John Stamos will not be joining the Beach Boys for their area show... or will he? - GIBSON PROMOTIONAL PHOTO
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  • NOTE: John Stamos will not be joining the Beach Boys for their area show... or will he?

In the spirit of freedom, the venue Freedom Hill announced today a special sale, a "Buy One Get One" ticket offer for all upcoming shows. The special offer starts tomorrow, July 2, at 7a.m., and runs through to one minute before midnight on July 5.

The shows tend towards the Leno demographic (Yes, REO, Deep Purple, Boston, Paul Anka, the Mike Love-led  version of the Beach Boys, Tears for Fears, Huey Lewis, Harry Connick), so it's fitting that Mr. Doritos himself is among the affected shows. Treat your grandfather to a concert this summer!

Tickets may be purchased  here, directly. Following is the full list of the upcoming shows. 

Judas Priest (July 15)
Boston (July 16)
R5 (July 22)
Golden Boys (July 24)
Jay Leno (July 25)
Harry Connick, Jr. (August 1)
Primus (August 2)
Deep Purple (August 4)
Beach Boys (August 9)
Boz Scaggs (August 12)
Paul Anka (August 14)
Yes & Toto (August 15)
Juanes (August 16)
Huey Lewis & The News (August 21)
Live & Loud featuring Dee Snider, Jackyl, Great White and Lita Ford (August 22)
Maze featuring Frankie Beverly & Chaka Khan (August 29)
Counting Crows (Sept. 10)
Rick Springfield/Loverboy/The Romantics (Sept. 18)
REO Speedwagon (Sept. 20)
Tears for Fears (Sept. 24)

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