Hilton Honors unveils 2019 concert experiences

Walk The Moon, Jake Owen, Jessie J, Brett Young, Portugal. The Man, and Fitz and the Tantrums VIP access available

Hilton Honors is unveiling an expanded lineup of extraordinary experiences and exclusive access for its members in 2019. Headlining the suite of new experiences is the Hilton Honors Concert Series, produced in partnership with Live Nation and featuring a roster of intimate music performances at iconic hotels and venues across the globe.

The 2019 Concert Series kicks off on March 1st with a private performance by Walk The Moon at one of Hilton’s newest luxury properties, the premier Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas.

With more than 14 million new members in 2018, the Hilton Honors program experienced record growth, bringing the program to over 85 million members. Hilton Honors has also seen increased engagement among its member base. Last year alone, the number of Points redeemed on hotel getaways to top travel destinations and other unforgettable experiences available through Hilton Honors Experiences increased by nearly 50 percent.

“Building off what we’ve offered our members over the past few years, we’re thrilled to introduce an incredible array of new experiences in 2019. We know members want to use their Points for the greatest ‘return on experience’, and we’re able offer even more this year by working with our hotels and best-in-class partners,” states Mark Weinstein, senior vice president and global head of customer engagement, loyalty and partnerships at Hilton. “Whether it’s free nights at luxury hotels and resortsin places like the Maldives, Bali or Bora Bora, exclusive racing experiences around the world with McLaren or concerts featuring chart-topping artists through our partnership with Live Nation, we want to give our members the chance tofulfill the experiences they’ve always dreamed.”

This year’s Concert Series is curated specifically for Hilton Honors members by Live Nation based on members’ music interests, artist preferences and the places they love to visit.

2019 Hilton Honors Concert Series performances include:

Walk The Moon: March 1st – Waldorf Astoria, Las Vegas
Jake Owen: May 16th – The Rustic, Houston
Jessie J: June 15th – Abbey Road Studios, London
Brett Young: September 12th – Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville
Portugal. The Man: October 11th – The Troubadour, Los Angeles
Fitz and the Tantrums: November 8th – Conrad Washington, DC

“We are celebrating the fifth year of our partnership with Hilton Honors and we see first-hand how coupling music with travel hits a sweet spot for fans,” says Darin Wolf, executive vice president of Live Nation Media & Sponsorships. “With that in mind, we worked closely with the Hilton Honors team to curate a diverse roster of artists to perform at intimate venues across the globe that will ensure unforgettable memories for members.”

To celebrate the launch of the Concert Series, Hilton Honors members can also enter an exclusive sweepstakes to win a five day trip, including airfare, accommodations and tickets for two to a private, members-only concert experience. The winner will be able to choose the destination and artist of their choice from the 2019 lineup.

In addition to concerts and visits to luxury properties worldwide, Hilton Honors members have access to experiences only redeemable through Points in the worlds of sports, culinary, adventures and culture. Highlights include private dance lessons with Emmy-winning superstar Derek Hough; an exclusive Las Vegas game night with rock legend Steven Tyler; VIP tickets to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on March 29th for iconic rock legends The Cure, Def Leppard, Janet Jackson, Stevie Nicks, Radiohead, Roxy Music, and The Zombies; a ski adventure in the idyllic Swiss mountains; the ultimate winemaking experience in Algarve, Portugal and more.

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.

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