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Live Nation announces Club Pass for Observatory North Park and House of Blues San Diego

A view of the The House of Blues in downtown San Diego.
(Jarrod Valliere / The San Diego Union-Tribune)

San Diego music fans can buy a new “Club Pass” from Live Nation and gain access to general admission concerts at House of Blues San Diego or Observatory North Park this fall.

Live Nation announced the new initiative Thursday, saying only a limited quantity of passes will be available for each venue, with sales starting on Monday. The single Club Pass costs $79 plus fees for either of the San Diego locations, and provides access to concerts from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31.

This fall, the general admission lineup at the Observatory North Park includes Sabrina Carpenter, WALK THE MOON, Tegan and Sara, Modest Mouse, Rocket From the Crypt and Joyner Lucas. At the House of Blues, the concert schedule available so far shows The Lemonheads, Mom Jeans, Jacob Banks, Black Flag, Randy Rogers Band and more.

For fans who want to experience shows at both locations — and more than 50 more across the country — a $299 Multi Club pass is available. Participating venues in California include House of Blues in Anaheim, Observatory OC in Santa Ana, Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, Riverside Municipal Auditorium in Riverside and The Fillmore in San Francisco. Only concerts sold on livenation.com for these locations can be accessed with the Club Pass.

The Club Pass will be on sale from Sept. 19 to Sept. 30. Fans can purchase a limit of two passes. Club Pass members will be added to a membership list at the venue and will just need to show photo identification to obtain a ticket on the night of the show. For more information, visit clubpass.livenation.com.


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