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Katy Perry Tickets Staples Center Los Angeles CA: Ticket Down Slashes Prices on Tickets for Katy Perry in Los Angeles at the Staples Center

Ticket Down announces that they have rolled back pricing for the Katy Perry concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA on Friday, September 19th and Saturday, September 20th. Add special promo code KATYPERRY2014 for added savings off their already l

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ticket Down announces that they have slashed prices across the board for Katy Perry tickets in Los Angeles CA at the Staples Center.  Katy will be live in Los Angeles, CA on Friday, September 19th and Saturday, September 20th.  Find Katy Perry LA floor seats, front row seats, upper and lower level seating along with "Prismatic" VIP packages and more at Ticket Down. 

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The music world gained a star in 2008 that has been wowing fans ever since with hit single after hit single. This Santa Barbara native we're speaking of is the 29-year-old Katy Perry. Perry's debut single "I Kissed a Girl," set her on this trend of greatness and gained her thousands of fans. Part of what has helped her gain and keep a large crowd of fans is her ability to tour with the best of them. She has had two headlining world tours that have sent her to more than 210 dates. She recently announced a new 46 city North American tour beginning in June called the "PRISMATIC" world tour, which includes shows at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Friday, September 19th and Saturday, September 20th.

When Perry released her debut single in 2008, little did anyone know she would go on to release another seven No. 1 songs in the United States within six years. That is exactly what Perry has done with "Teenage Dream," "Firework," "Part of Me," "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)," "California Gurls," "E.T.," and "Roar." The latter was released of her fourth solo album, Prism, for which this tour is being in support of. Her first two major record label releases sold more than 11 million copies worldwide and Prism has already sold more than a million copies in the States alone since its October release.

The opening act for Perry on her September dates at the Staples Center is Tegan and Sara. The duo is made up of two identical sisters, Tegan Rain Quin and Sara Keirsten Quin. The duo formed their union in 1995 when they were just 15 and have shared the responsibilities between playing multiple instruments and writing their songs. The pair has been around the world already, touring with many great names in music including Neil Young and the Pretenders, Weezer, Cake, Ryan Adams, Bryan Adams, The Killers, Paramore and Death Cab for Cutie.

The Staples Center is the home of the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers of the National Basketball Association, as well as the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League. The facility has a seating capacity of 20,000 fans, which will surely be filled completely when Perry and her opening acts arrive for their show in late summer.

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 Staples Center.

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