WASHINGTON (7News) — The Foo Fighters, Billy Idol, The Walkmen, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Maggie Rogers and many more artists are headed to Washington, D.C. this summer to perform at The Atlantis.
The new venue next to the 9:30 Club in northwest D.C. announced that they open on May 30.
The Foo Fighters are set to play at their first show on May 30.
The Atlantis says they are launching a lottery system to sell the tickets, which will be $44 before fees.
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VISIT THE TICKETMASTER REQUEST SITE
Click the link here to be taken to the Ticketmaster Request site for the shows. When prompted, sign in to your Ticketmaster account. The request window is now open and closes on Friday, April 7 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Your chances of getting tickets is NOT dependent on when your request is submitted.
SELECT YOUR SHOWS
You can select up to 12 individual shows you would like to attend, or opt to request a 44-show package and up to 11 individual shows, then prioritize your requests from highest to lowest. Tickets are $44 each. There is a two ticket limit per show, per customer. All tickets for the inaugural run of shows are non-transferable and non-refundable.
ENTER PAYMENT INFO
Your card will be charged if your request is confirmed. By submitting a ticket request for any show, you are committing to purchase the ticket(s) should your request be confirmed. For example, if you enter for 5 shows, it’s possible your request can be confirmed for all 5 shows, in which case your credit card will be charged for tickets to all 5 shows. Only request the number of shows you are prepared to pay for and attend.
For more information, go here.