You know summer is right around the corner when concert conglomerate Live Nation announces its annual lawn pass.
Concertgoers can access up to 40 concerts at Tampa’s MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater with Live Nation’s $199 lawn pass, which goes on sale March 2 at 1 p.m.
The pass includes access to dozens of amphitheater concerts, seamless entrance to the venue, general parking, and personalized accreditation that doubles as an entry pass. The pass costs just under $200, but be prepared to pay the expected, but frustrating, fees from Live Nation.
There are tons of concerts in Tampa this summer, with genres ranging from pop and rock to country, hip hop and more.
Some of MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater’s summer concerts include:
- Tim McGraw (May 6)
- Halsey (May 19)
- Dave Matthews Band (May 25)
- Tears for Fears (June 10)
- Kid Rock On (June 11)
- Train (June 25)
- Big Time Rush (July 21)
- Chicago and Brian Wilson (July 28)
- Jack Johnson (August 19)
- The Black Keys (August 28)
The only shows that spectators cannot access with their lawn passes are AJR (May 4), John Mulaney (May 15), Bill Burr (May 20) and Coheed & Cambria (July 13).
For more information on the 2022 lawn pass, visit lawnpass.livenation.com– its FAQ page covers the benefits and limitations of the pass in detail.