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How to Get Tickets to Kelly Clarkson's TODAY Concert
Rise and shine: The Kelly Clarkson Show Host is going to sing her heart out for TODAY's Citi Concert Series.
In case you couldn't get enough Kelly Clarkson, the singer and talk show Host will be performing a very special concert in New York City in September 2023. More specifically, she'll be singing live on TODAY as part of the Citi Concert Series. Get all the details, below.
When will Kelly Clarkson be performing on TODAY?
Kelly Clarkson will be performing on TODAY Friday, September 22, 2023.
How do I watch Kelly Clarkson live on TODAY?
Fans have two options to see Kelly Clarkson perform on TODAY. They can register for a Fan Pass here and bring up to a total of three guests, allowing for a maximum of four people in their party. If you are selected to receive a Fan Pass, you will be notified via email a week in advance before the concert.
However, there are a limited number of these Fan Passes available, so if you're not able to get one, joining the General Admission line is another option. Entrance is not guaranteed, as space is limited. Check in starts at 5:15 a.m. ET. The concert begins at 7 a.m. ET and ends at 9:30 a.m. ET.
The concert will take place at Rockefeller Plaza: 35 West 48th Street; New York, NY 10112. A valid photo ID is required for entrance.
If you're not able to attend in person, tune into your local NBC station at 7 a.m. ET to watch Clarkson perform.
Kelly Clarkson's new album
Clarkson recently wrapped up a 10-show residency in Las Vegas for her new album, Chemistry. In a June Instagram video, the "Behind These Hazel Eyes" singer explained why she elected to do the residency instead of a national tour.
"People are saying: 'Are you going on tour?''" she addressed the question. "Here's the thing. This is why I announced the 10 shows in Vegas. I was not being like, 'Oh, it's a secret we've really got this huge tour we're gonna do right after.' It's not that situation. It really is like — I don't know if y'all noticed, but I have like a 9 to 5-er. I have, like, a job that's a lot of work and takes time. And I also have kids, y'know, they're in school. So I get really tied down to those things, obviously. So we are trying to figure out what the possibilities are in certain parts of our calendar. We are trying to do that."