Since Live Nation launched its “No Service Fee Wednesday” on June 3, dropping service fees on more than 5 million lawn tickets, the promoter has continuously tweaked and expanded the program.

But after fans realized they were still being charged service fees for parking, they balked, Live Nation listened, and those fees were dropped. Last week, Live Nation unveiled the first-ever All-In Ticket Concert Experience where all lawn tickets were sold at an all-in price of $29.99 that carried no extra fees but included a free hot dog and a soda.

Now, Live Nation is expanding the All-In ticket price even further.

On July 15, in addition to the all-in $29.99 lawn ticket, fans can now also choose from select $49.99 all-in reserved seats for hundreds of concerts across the country. These all-in prices include a ticket, parking, all fees, a hot dog and a soda. All of these special offers run 24 hours and can only be purchased at

“Last weeks offer was one of the most popular of the summer,” said Michael Rapino, president and CEO of Live Nation, in a statement. “So we’ve decided to expand our all-in price concert experience into the reserved section of our amphitheaters, making even more tickets more affordable for music fans across the country.”