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Ticket Down announces that they have rolled back pricing for the Katy Perry concert at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, WA on Saturday, September 13th. Add special promo code KATYPERRY2014 for added savings off their already low concert ticket prices on Katy P

TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ticket Down announces that they have slashed prices across the board for Katy Perry tickets in Tacoma, WA at the Tacoma Dome on Saturday, September 13, 2014.  Find Katy Perry Tacoma floor seats, front row seats, upper and lower level seating along with "Prismatic" VIP packages and more at Ticket Down.  With nearly nine months left until the show, tickets to see Perry along with Tegan and Sara could make for a great any occasion gift for any fan in your family.

For many artists, going on concert is done as a necessity to help promote a new album release, but for someone like Katy Perry, it is done for fun and to supply her fans with a great show. This is something she takes great pride in and something she has done well with over the course of her career. She has gone on two worldwide tours since breaking out in 2008, playing more than 200 shows and this year, will be venturing out on her third worldwide tour with "PRISMATIC." The tour will take Perry and opening acts Kacey Musgraves, Capital Cities and Tegan and Sara, with the latter joining Perry at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington.

Tegan and Sara are identical twin sisters that formed their musical group in the 1990s. They share the duties of the group as they both play various instruments and write their music. The group has played around the world with many of the most popular artists in the music business including Neil Young, Weezer, The Black Keys, Ben Folds, Death Cab for Cutie and Newfound Glory. They will reach a different artist by playing this tour with Perry, which will only help them remain relevant in the music business.

Perry announced the dates for her third headlining tour last week and she is hoping to reach the same success of her previous tours. The "Hello Katy Tour" was her first headlining tour, which was 89 dates deep, bringing her to North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. She followed up that tour with the "California Dreams Tour," which turned out to be one of the greatest tours of 2011. The tour earned close to $60 million in 124 dates and earned Perry the People's Choice Award for "Best Tour Headliner."

The "PRISMATIC" world tour will be taking their high octane show to the 20,000 seat Tacoma Dome on Sept. 13. The arena was opened in 1983 and has a storied history of amazing concerts being held there. From David Bowie to Michael Jackson, from U2 to Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift to Miley Cyrus, the Tacoma Dome has turned into a must-visit venue for many top artists. When Perry brings her incredibly choreographed show to Tacoma, she will be giving fans a memorable experience that won't soon be forgotten.

Ticket Down has Katy Perry floor, upper level, lower level, and VIP seating at discounted prices.  This trusted secondary ticket website has extended their customer appreciation promo/discount/coupon code KATYPERRY2014 for special savings on any Katy Perry tickets at the Tacoma Dome in mid-September. 

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