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The busiest shopping season of the year is upon us, but it doesn’t have to mean wasting half of it in those long, slow checkout lines. We’ve got some cheap stocking stuffers for you right here, no waiting required. Best of all, these concert tickets give the gift of an experience, instead of, you know, socks.

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1. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis 

“Downtown,” the latest single from Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, has been on the Billboard Hot 100 list for more than 10 weeks, proving that hip-hop and glam rock go together like peanut butter and jelly. Your favorite Macklemore fan can dance along with the duo in the flesh, if you’re willing to shell out $61+ for some balcony seats.

2. Elle King

If Elle King isn’t a name you’re familiar with, check out her hit song “Ex’s and Oh’s”, an alternative rock track laced with hints of vintage style—you’ll be a fan in 3.5 minutes flat. And her voice—which the Wall Street Journal says, “reflects the influence of Aretha Franklin and rockabilly pioneer Wanda Jackson”—is even better in person. Join Ms. King in bidding 2015 farewell in style, to the tune of just $70.

3. Selena Gomez

Starting at $70, Selena Gomez tickets are pretty darn cheap for a household name. The show, however, is nothing of the kind—the pop diva always puts on a memorable show full of sparkling costumes, lights, and some seriously good dancing. Who knows, you might even pick up a move or two!

4. Deadmau5

Deadmau5’s music sounds like it’s from the future, making it a great way to celebrate a new year. If you’re willing to road-trip to Colorado or Illinois, you can help him ring it in with the likes of Skrillex, Chvrches, Bassnectar and Hardwell. You’ll be able to get plenty of quality time with that grinning mouse head and his TKMUSICDESCRIPTION. And probably some glow sticks.

5. The Weeknd

No, it’s not a typo. If you hadn’t heard the news, The Weeknd is a hugely popular R&B act whose tracks are produced by the likes of Kanye West. His shows don’t come with Kanye’s outrageous price tag, though—The Weeknd tickets are available on both coasts for as low as $33. Expect lasers, dancing and hard-hitting lyrics.

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