July 1, 2014 at 12:39 pm

DTE, Meadow Brook, Freedom Hill offer ticket discounts through weekend

Uncle Kracker is part of the Under the Sun Tour coming to DTE Energy Music Theatre. Advance tickets are $20 this weekend for pavilion seats. (Donna Terek / The Detroit News)

If you’re undecided about going to one of the many outdoor concerts in Metro Detroit this summer, the DTE Energy Music Theatre and Meadow Brook Music Festival ticket blitz may entice you to make your move. Through Sunday, music fans can nab tickets to select shows for just $20. Purchase the discounted tickets at www.palacenet.com.

DTE Energy Music Theatre

$20 pavilion seats

Under the Sun Tour with Uncle Kracker, Blues Traveler, Sugar Ray and Smash Mouth, July 11

Aretha Franklin, July 12

Replay America with the Go-Go’s and more, July 14

Ted Nugent, July 19

Happy Together Tour with the Turtles and more, Aug. 2

2014 Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival, Aug. 14

Hank Williams Jr. with Jamey Johnson, Aug. 17

Rascal Flatts with Sheryl Crow, Sept. 21

$20 lawn seats

Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival featuring Avenged Sevenfold, Korn and more, July 17

Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bad Company, July 25

Kings of Leon, Aug. 1

Chicago and REO Speedwagon, Aug. 12

Aerosmith with Slash, Sept. 9

Meadow Brook Music Festival

$20 pavilion seats

Jim Gaffigan, July 19

Joshua Bell with Detroit Symphony Orchestra, July 24

Buddy Guy with Eric Johnson Aug. 6

$20 lawn seats

Yes, July 22

Gavin DeGraw and Matt Nathanson, July 25

Panic! at the Disco, July 27

14th annual Wine and Food Festival, Aug. 23-24 (general admission)

Freedom Hill

Freedom Hill in Sterling Heights is also offering discounts through Sunday. Get four lawn seats, four hot dogs and four soft drinks for $40 for nine select concerts at www.freedomhill.net

Styx, Foreigner and Don Felder, July 10

Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss, July 13

Peter Frampton, July 30

Beach Boys, Aug. 10

Tony Bennett, Aug. 15

Yanni, Aug. 17

Tesla, Skid Row, Winger and Firehouse, Aug. 22

Doobie Brothers, Aug. 24

Bob Weir and Ratdog, Aug. 30