Average Ticket Prices
Zedd $41.86      "Kidz Bop Live" $28.95      Twiztid $23.15      Vance Joy $31.87      Beach House $29.01      Tech N9ne $28.97      Kevin Hart $75.17      R5 $37.53      Gary Clark Jr. $38.97      J.J. Grey & Mofro $30.57      August Burns Red $24.60      Bill Maher $66.14      Chayanne $90.66      John Hiatt $54.64      I See Stars $16.16      Rain - A Tribute To The Beatles $55.27      X Ambassadors $16.69      The Tenderloins $54.91      Corey Smith $20.93      Puscifer $47.81      Arlo Guthrie $50.64      Ed Sheeran $57.82      Aaron Lewis $35.61      Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox $33.01      Floetry $47.30      Patty Griffin $38.68      The Wonder Years $22.65      The Johnny Clegg Band $41.93      "Peppa Pig Live!" $42.79      Madeon $26.43      "Vans Warped Tour" $39.26      The Temptations $50.72      Ben Folds $44.91      Wiz Khalifa $32.77      Odesza $28.74      Chris Stapleton $37.54      Matisyahu $35.45      The Glorious Sons $14.66      John Mellencamp $85.69      Carrie Underwood $66.97      The Beach Boys $48.16      Cody Johnson $17.60      J. Cole $34.63      Johnnyswim $23.50      The Neighbourhood $32.52      Shakey Graves $24.14      Mac Miller $30.93      Sufjan Stevens $41.84      The Great Zucchini $5.04      The Mavericks $47.46      
See all average ticket prices

Dave Mason, Cheap Trick At DC Earth Day

09:01 AM Tuesday 4/17/12 | |

Cheap Trick, British rocker Dave Mason and teen pop group Kicking Daisies will perform on Earth Day at the National Mall.

Earth Day Network president Kathleen Rogers said the theme of Sunday’s rally is “Mobilize the Earth.” The organization is urging people worldwide to perform one billion “acts of green” and the event will feature a countdown to the goal, which organizers hope will be reached on Earth Day.

“We’re at 900-and-something million and they’re just pouring in,” Rogers said. “So, we’re going to do a countdown on the mall and hope we hit a billion during the event.”

Rogers said the so-called acts of green include commitments to walk to work, plant trees and conduct environmental education programs in schools across the globe.

“My favorite was a guy who broke up with his girlfriend because she wouldn’t recycle, we counted that as an act of green,” Rogers said.

An “EcoVillage” featuring interactive exhibits and renewable energy demonstrations from exhibitors including NASA and the United Nations is also planned.

  • Cheap Trick

    Voodoo Experience, City Park, New Orleans, La.
    October 30, 2011

    (Jason Moore)

    | 

Tens of thousands crowded the mall two years ago to hear Sting, Jimmy Cliff and other musicians play on the 40th anniversary of the first Earth Day. The event wasn’t held last year because Earth Day fell on the same weekend as Easter and Passover and because of the economic downturn, Rogers said.

The combination of the performers and good weather could draw large crowds as with past events, said Earth Day Network spokesman Bryan Buchanan.


Comments



Artists Mentioned in this article