Starwood Hotels Team Up With Live Nation

Are you a member of the Starwood Preferred Guest program yet? If you answered no then get ready to sign up right away. On top of the hotel perks that come along with membership, Starwood hotels is now the official hotel partner of Live Nation so the benefits are about to start adding up.

Live Nation, the largest live entertainment company in the world, recently signed an agreement with the hotel group to be the exclusive partner for multiple years. Starwood Preferred guests can look forward to special offerings such as premium seating at concerts, backstage access, intimate acoustic concerts, as well as artist after parties taking place at properties around the world.

With all types of concerts including Brad Paisley, Ke$ha, Lil’ Wayne, Ozzy Osbourne, Stevie Nicks, and the Pixies to name a few, there is an attraction for just about everybody. Still not sold? Visit Live Nation and out of over 6,700 events, we guarantee you can find something to fit your taste.

In order to enjoy the VIP offerings through Live Nation you’re going to have to stay at one of Starwood’s hotels across the country and start accumulating Starpoints. From now until April 15th, you’ll accumulate double star points plus a bonus for staying on weekends. Your Starpoints will add up quickly so you can begin experiencing concerts like never before!

Starwood hotels include the St. Regis, The Luxury Collection, Sheraton, Westin, and Four Points by Sheraton and members of the rewards program enjoy airline tickets and free nights at their hotels nationwide.

To read more about the Starwood’s partnership with Live Nation visit Billboard.

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