Def Leppard, Toby Keith, Kid Rock and Other Coral Sky Shows Going For $20 This Week

With 2015 marking the twentieth summer series at Coral Sky Amphitheatre and with Live Nation always looking for ways to fill out their lawns around the country, the concert behemoth is giving fans a break on tickets this week. From 10 a.m. today through Sunday, lawn tickets will be available on for most of their summer shows for $20 (taxes and fees, naturally).

Coral’s 2015 season was booked a lot like a state fair: there’s a little something for everybody. For 1980s hair rockers, there’s an evening with Def Leppard, Styx, and Tesla on June 25; country fans can line dance on the green to Rascal Flatts on July 11 or Toby Keith on August 2. If you’re in the mood to do some bargain moshing, Slipknot and Lamb of God will descend upon us on July 24. Hip hoppers have J Cole with Big Sean to look forward to on August 18. And finally, those upset that American Idol is being cancelled next year can wipe their tears to Kelly Clarkson on September 17.

Below is a full list of the shows that will be eligible for $20 lawn tickets.
  • June 25: Def Leppard, with Styx & Tesla 
  • July 3: Dierks Bentley, with Kip Moore, Maddie & Tae, and Canaan Smith 
  • July 11: Rascal Flatts with Scotty McCreery & RaeLynn 
  • July 16: Kid Rock, with Foreigner 
  • July 24: Slipknot, with Lamb of God & Bullet for My Valentine 
  • August 2: Toby Keith, with Colt Ford & Chris Janson 
  • August 14: Incubus & Deftones, with Death From Above 1979 & The Bots 
  • August 18: J.Cole, with Big Sean, YG & Jeremih 
  • September 6: Lady Antebellum, with Hunter Hayes & Sam Hunt 
  • September 13: 5 Seconds of Summer, with Hey Violet 
  • September 17: Kelly Clarkson, with Pentatonix & Eric Hutchinson

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