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What is a real fan?
Lately, big time artist have been referring to “real fans” when they discuss the lack of tickets for their shows. They want their “real fans” to attend, and feign true sorrow when the “real fans” can’t get tickets.
Pop star Ariana Grande has announced her first North American headlining tour. The Honeymoon Tour will kick off on February 25, 2015 in Kansas City and will stop in 25 cities before wrapping up in Vancouver on April 16.
In the continuing saga of TicketNetwork, Inc. versus The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts and David Fay, it’s President and CEO, Fay and the Bushnell have once more lost a major legal battle.
It seems that every week a new headline emerges heralding the latest internet security breach.
An influential figure in music and culture for more than five decades, Bob Dylan is still performing at age 73. Dylan is widely known as a great lyricist and songwriter, having become known in the 60s for his counter-cultural and cross-genre works. He is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame, among others.
Earlier this year Stubhub made a pivot in the way consumers are presented fees when using their service to purchase tickets. Under the previous model, interested buyers were provided the seller’s list price, and then calculated fees & shipping fees were tacked on at the checkout.
Fall will be an exciting season for Usher fans! After announcing plans for a tour last week, Usher has revealed a full list of cities that he’ll be stopping through starting in November. Along with the fall tour, Usher is also slated to release his eighth album.
Thousands of people who had tickets to Paul McCartney’s concert in San Francisco on August 14th did not get to attend because of horrendous traffic. The traffic, which had many stuck outside the venue for hours, was said to be caused by a lack of an efficient parking plan at Candlestick Park.
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2012 American Idol winner Phillip Phillips has a busy fall ahead of him, with nearly 40 concert dates scheduled September-December. This announcement from the pop-rock/folk-rock singer and guitarist comes after a summer tour with O.A.R., a series that followed the release of his second album, Behind the Light, in May, which includes singles “Raging Fire” and “Unpack Your Heart”.