Summer is here and Hilton is feeling the good vibes. If you’re into that sort of thing, you may want to take a look at the latest round of “Lawn Days” the limited time offers which get you into some of the best concerts of the summer, for a mere 10,000 Hilton Honors Points for a pair of tickets. Here’s everything you need to know about the bands, the venues, and how to turn your hotel nights into a fun night out.
Hilton and LiveNation have partnered once again this year to offer “Lawn Days”, a series of concerts where members can redeem points for tickets. From Train, to Brad Paisley to Wiz Khalifa or Nelly, there’s probably something out there for everyone, and with venues from San Francisco to the Jersey shore, there’s probably one near you. The full list of venues can be found here.
Hilton Lawn Days Concert Series for 2019 features performances from:
311, Alice Cooper, Alabama, Blink 182, Brad Paisley, Breaking Benjamin, Bush, Chris Young, Coheed and Cambria, Heart, Flatbush Zombies, Impractical Jokers, Kidz Bop Kids, Korn, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Mary J. Blige, Nelly + TLC, Peter Frampton, Pentatonix, Rascal Flatts, Disrupt Festival, Shinedown, Smashing Pumpkins, The Who, Third Eye Blind, Train, UB40 and Wiz Khalifa.
If you want to cash in your points for a night out at one of these gigs, 10,000 Hilton Honors Points is all you need for two tickets. And yes, you’re kind of stuck buying two tickets – even if you only need one. Concerts are more fun if you can take someone anyway, and if you didn’t technically need to buy a ticket, it’s even more fun to be generous!
Simply Visit this dedicated site for Lawn Days, login to your Hilton account and find the concert you want to hit up. You’ll cash in your points easily, and can then start downloading all the songs, so you can look like a true fan. Easy enough, right?
Should You Book Tickets?
Points are personal! If seeing a concert is fun and not paying for is fun too, why not? Most people value Hilton Points at around a half a cent per point, so 10,000 Points are worth around $50. In some cases, that means you’re getting very decent value for your points, especially if buying a ticket for the gig using cash would’ve been more than $50. Either way, it’s a free concert, which is cool.