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Hit Play: Hilton Honors and Live Nation Introduce Hottest ‘Lawn Days’ Lineup to Date

More than 25,000 tickets available using Hilton Honors Points to see the summer’s biggest stars

Originally Published by Hilton.

Summer is almost here, and Hilton Honors is taking the next 100 days of summer to give its members 100+ ways to turn up the volume during its 100th anniversary year.

Back by popular demand, Hilton Honors and Live Nation have teamed up for a second year to bring Lawn Days to amphitheaters across the country with over 30% more concerts – and counting – in 2019. Starting on May 22, Hilton Honors members can unlock a pair of lawn seats for just 10,000 Points to see summer superstars like Brad Paisley, Blink-182 & Lil Wayne, The Who, Mary J. Blige & Nas and many more. Tickets are available at nearly 30 premium Live Nation venues across the nation in cities from San Diego to Boston, making way for the perfect excursion for every type of traveler and music fan. Check out the full lineup on the Hilton Honors Experiences Platform.

Inspired by Hilton’s history of listening to guest feedback and delivering once-in-a-lifetime experiences, Hilton Honors is giving its members what they’re asking for – fun, easy ways to earn and redeem Points in this one-of-its-kind program and partnership with Live Nation.

“Hilton Honors members have always loved that they can redeem their Points for everything from hotel stays to exclusive experiences,” said Mark Weinstein, senior vice president and global head of customer engagement, loyalty and partnerships at Hilton. “Based on last year’s overwhelming response, we know that Lawn Days is a member favorite, so we worked with Live Nation to really amp up the program this year.  We have added more venues and even more access to an unprecedented number of this summer’s most popular concerts and events. And at just 10,000 Points for a pair of tickets, our members often earn enough Points for free tickets after just one stay.”

To make the most of any music experience, Hilton Honors has put together the following tips to turn up the volume on your summer itinerary and outdoor concert bucket list:

  • Sweet, Sweet Staycation: Ditch your traditional travel plans for a fun-filled, budget-friendly getaway that’s close to (or even in) your hometown. Without losing the adventure and experience that comes with vacation, you can opt for a mini getaway (or staycay) that’s centered around an outdoor performance under the stars. Find a nearby hotel and pretend you’re far away. As a Hilton Honors member, you can tap into the program’s rewards with book-direct discounts, Points towards free nights, late check-out and more!
  • Summer Shopping Spree: Make your night one to remember by dressing the part and documenting the event: put together a festival-inspired outfit and snap fun, printable photos with a retro-style instant camera. Use your Hilton Honors Points through Amazon Shop With Points and snag these festival must-haves before the concert.
  • Make a Splash and Pool Your Points: Make any summer weekend feel like a vacation with friends or family by booking a hotel near the venue using your Hilton Honors Points (you can even find a suite near the pool!). Pooling your Hilton Honors Points with up to 10 friends and family members allows you to combine the group’s collective points and book that “suite” room.

In addition to the Lawn Days program, Hilton Honors members can use Points to redeem exceptional, money-can’t-buy experiences in the worlds of sports, culinary and cultural offerings, and adventures through the Experiences Platform.

For more ways to amp up your summer with Hilton Honors, learn how you can use your Points for other exclusive concerts. It’s fast, free and easy to join.

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