As expected, tween idol Miley Cyrus has announced plans for a 45-date tour of the United States, beginning September 14 at the Rose Garden...

As expected, tween idol Miley Cyrus has announced plans for a 45-date tour of the United States, beginning September 14 at the Rose Garden in Portland, OR, and closing December 2 at American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL. Yesterday, TicketNews revealed the September 22 concert at Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA, as one stop on the fall tour.

Other stops on the itinerary include a September 26 concert at Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, NV, an October 27 performance at the United Center in Chicago, IL, a November 9 show at TD Banknorth Garden in Boston, MA, and a November 25 event at Sommet Center in Nashville, TN.

Two-night engagements are scheduled for November 7-8 Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, and November 18-19 at Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, NY. Pop band Metro Station, co-fronted by Cyrus’s older brother Trace Cyrus, will provide support for the entire tour.

General onsales for the tour begin on June 13, and tickets will range in price from $39.50 to $79.50, not including applicable fees and service charges.

Members of Cyrus’s official fan club, Miley World, will have the first chance to buy presale tickets on June 8 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., local venue time. A later presale will be offered to American Express cardholders on June 10 and runs through June 12.

Ticketing for most of the tour will be handled directly by Ticketmaster, except in Portland, Las Vegas, Des Moines, Tulsa, Philadelphia and Columbia. Buyers in these markets should contact the host venues for purchasing information.

Tickets for all dates and seating locations for the tour will be paperless, including all purchases made through the various presales. Since physical tickets will not be issued, the purchasing credit card and a valid photo ID will be scanned at venue doors, and all members of a group purchase must be present and enter the venue at the same time.

To help Cyrus fans understand the paperless ticketing process, Ticketmaster uploaded a demonstration video, geared toward a younger demographic, that explains the procedure from placing the order through entering the venue. Click on the image below to view the video on Ticketmaster:

In addition to making the switch to paperless ticketing, all ticket purchases will be limited to four tickets per household. According to a statement from Ticketmaster, this household limit applies even to fan club members, “regardless of multiple memberships.”

While Cyrus has used various restrictive ticketing techniques for select tickets and shows previously, such as her September 2008 performance at the MGM Grand Theater in Mashantucket, CT, this is the first time she has used the paperless ticketing process for an entire tour. The decision to go entirely paperless is likely a response to ticketing controversies stemming from sales to Cyrus’s 2007 tour, when demand for tickets far exceeded supply.

Possibly also in a move to avoid any controversy with the upcoming 2009 tour, Ticketmaster’s beleaguered subsidiary and secondary ticket company TicketsNow sent out a message to its broker-clients announcing that the site will not allow any listings for Miley Cyrus tickets. “With the increased scrutiny and demands for more transparency in our industry, we believe it is in our mutual best interest to abide by the artist’s wishes and not participate in any reselling of those tickets,” the message read, in part.

Miley Cyrus itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

September 14 Portland, OR Rose Garden
September 16 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome
September 18 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
September 20 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion at San Jose
September 22 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
September 23 Anaheim, CA Honda Center
September 25 Glendale, AZ Arena
September 26 Las Vegas, NV Thomas & Mack Center
September 29 Salt Lake City, UT Energy Solutions Arena
October 2 Omaha, NE Qwest Center
October 3 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
October 4 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
October 6 Auburn Hills, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills
October 7 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena
October 9 Des Moines, IA Wells Fargo Arena
October 10 Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
October 12 Tulsa, OK BOK Center
October 15 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
October 18 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
October 20 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
October 21 Memphis, TN FedExForum
October 23 Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena
October 24 N. Little Rock, AR Alltel Arena
October 27 Chicago, IL United Center
October 29 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
October 31 Louisville, KY Freedom Hall
November 1 Lexington, KY Rupp Arena
November 3 Washington, DC Verizon Center
November 4 Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center
November 5 University Park, PA Bryce Jordan Center
November 7 – 8 Newark, NJ Prudential Center
November 9 Boston, MA TD Banknorth Garden
November 12 Hartford, CT XL Center
November 15 Cleveland, OH Quickens Loan Arena
November 16 Indianapolis, IN Conseco Fieldhouse
November 18 – 19 Long Island, NY Nassau Coliseum
November 22 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum
November 24 Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena
November 25 Nashville, TN Sommet Center
November 28 Columbia, SC Colonial Life Arena
November 29 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
December 1 Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum
December 2 Miami, FL American Airlines Arena



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By Allison Reitz

  • kelly

    June 13, 2009 #1 Author

    what about debit cards???can thoae be used for payment..Then teenagers can use those to purchase tickets

  • Tracy

    June 13, 2009 #2 Author

    I’m not sure about this. The website for the venu near me says that if you are buying a ticket for someone else (your child, for example) that you can go to the venu with them and they will swipe your card and you don’t have to stay. I’d look into the rules for your venu, not sure if it’s the same everywhere.

  • Anonymous

    June 15, 2009 #3 Author

    I 100% agree. Last year, she had to add an extra concert in Florida because of all of the scalpers! I got screwed and was not able to buy tickets to take my cousin simply because I did not have 100’s and 1000’s of dollars to spend per ticket. This time I was able to get tickets to the Miami show and I had none of the hassle that I had last year. Thank you Miley!

  • Anonymous

    June 15, 2009 #4 Author

    I 100% agree. Last year, she had to add an extra concert in Florida because of all of the scalpers! I got screwed and was not able to buy tickets to take my cousin simply because I did not have 100’s and 1000’s of dollars to spend per ticket. This time I was able to get tickets to the Miami show and I had none of the hassle that I had last year. Thank you Miley!

  • Anonymous

    June 15, 2009 #5 Author

    Oh yeah…and I got on 20 minutes late and we still got good seats. No nosebleed for us. I was really happy with the paperless system.

  • Front Row Yay

    June 14, 2009 #6 Author

    So this paperless thing worked out good for this average fan… I got front row floor tickets today.. YAY!! If all the scalpers were buying I’d probably be in the nosebleed section!!

  • Anonymous

    June 6, 2009 #8 Author

    Then that makes you a scalper and a hypocrite, You stated ” If they are smart, “average” pairs of fans going to the show will buy 4 tickets, sell the other 2 and pay for their own tickets”.

    I hope that the day there are no more scalpers you wake up and realize you STILL can’t get good seats, because it wasn’t “scalpers” keeping you from the tickets, it was all the other fans who can type faster than you.

  • Anonymous

    June 7, 2009 #9 Author

    the argument over this whole thing is stupid. the scalpers posting on this page are just making themselves sound stupid and ignorant by claiming “the average fan will NEVER get good seats.” please shut up, you don’t dictate who gets or doesn’t get good seats. and the “fans” who are saying that ticketmaster and this whole paperless ticket crap is going to make sure the scalpers can’t re-sell these tickets, they’re full of s**t too. no matter what precautions ticketmaster, any artist, promoter, venue etc. put into place scalpers will always find a way to make a profit, most (if not all) re-selling far above face value. if you want the good seats, keep yourself informed and pay attention to when the artists tickets go on sale. do your research and find if there’s a presale, know when that starts. if your seats aren’t good and the sale just started try refreshing the page until you find the seats you like (keep in mind that if you let seats go that you thought were good but not great you might get worse seats from then on so be careful). if youre not willing to at least do that, then you don’t have the right to b**ch about the scalpers taking the good seats. what are you gonna do about it? if you want to see the show bad enough, buy the cheap nose bleed seats. hey you still get to go, make the best of it. if those are sold out or if it is one of your favorite artists and you really wanna see them close, suck it up and pay the prices the scalpers are asking for. Otherwise, count your losses and be smart about it next time.

  • Anonymous

    June 9, 2009 #10 Author

    According to ticketmaster the parent does not need to go into the venue with the child. The parent just needs to be present to swipe the card and show ID, then the kids can proceed into the venue without them, so there is no “eating” the tickets. You can use all 4!

  • Anonymous

    June 5, 2009 #11 Author

    Would the majority of consumers be for that? Sure, everyone complains that they can’t get tickets online, but would today’s express and instant everything generation be willing to *gasp* WAIT IN LINE for tickets?

  • Anonymous

    June 5, 2009 #12 Author

    So when parents STILL can’t get tickets for their kids using this paperless ticketing system, who are they going to blame this time?

  • Anonymous

    June 5, 2009 #13 Author

    This isn’t an improvement, it actually makes the situation far worse for regular fans.

    This exact same “problem” has existed since tickets first started being sold and will continue to exist. It is same with any hot Christmas toy or ANY in demand item. When more people want a particular thing than there are things, people are disappointed. Whether it is sold at the venue, on the internet or via random lottery… those with means and desire will find a way to beat out the “regular” fan.

    This doesn’t make getting tickets ANY easier. You will have the exact same numbers of people trying to buy tickets at the exact same time and the vast majority of regular fans will NOT get tickets.

    Do actually believe for a second that a scalper will not buy tickets to this event because they added an additional step?

    All you have done is add cost to the secondary market. The scalper now has to eat a ticket to sell the other tickets… guess what… scalpers don’t eat tickets… they pass on the cost to the consumers.

    Worse, you are taking the secondary market sales off the safer sites like Ticketsnow and Stubhub, which offer guarantees based on Fedex and e-ticket delivery and moved them to riskier places like Craigslist and eBay. Although, don’t worry, tens of thousands of tickets for this tour will be listed on sites like… I can assure you.

    So, you want a “solution?”

    The solution is to make the secondary transactions as safe, secure and transparent as possible.

    The solution is to ban speculation selling of tickets and only allow people to sell tickets they actually own.

    The solution is to treat the ticket industry like very other single non-essential commodity in the country and allow the free market to dictate the final price, while putting controls in place to make sure those transactions are safe and secure.

    Guess what.. this “solution” is going to cost the consumers millions of dollars in EXTRA costs they wouldn’t have had to expend.

  • Elaine

    June 5, 2009 #14 Author

    Wait, quick question. Philadelphia= not handled by ticketmaster. So I can actually take my little sis without having to go through the paperless hassle?

    I’m seriously just wondering. (And like my eardrums intact, not scream shattered)

  • Anonymous

    June 9, 2009 #15 Author

    It’s the truth, whether you like it or not.

    With or without brokers, that is the reality.

    The reason is simple math. There are less good seats than there are average fans… A LOT LESS.

  • Anonymous

    June 9, 2009 #16 Author

    Read the rules. Personal buying the tickets must attend.

  • Dennis

    June 9, 2009 #17 Author

    Miley and TIcketmaster discriminate against large families

    Father of 4 Miley fans who can’t go due to 4 ticket limit.

  • Anonymous

    June 12, 2009 #18 Author

    I was able to purchase 4 tickets for the concert and then I was able to purchase 4 more even though it said 4 per household ( Ticketmaster said that they verify every transcation but I was still able to do this). While reading the confirmation page, I realized that the promoters can cancel my order if associated with the same name/address, etc. I immediately called Ticketmaster to see what I could do. I have 7 nieces and nephews who are dying to go this concert and I am wiling to take them with my credit card (their parents do not have a credit card). I was even willing to give up 4 tickets but now I am being told that either 4 tickets or all tickets maybe voided and I will not know until 24 to 48 hours before the concert. Yet, when I look on Stub Hub, I can find ticket. How can this be especially since, we are supposed to swipe our card. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can contact to help me with this.

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #19 Author

    Thanks for the extra margin Miley! When will artists/promoters/venues realize that their business is to perform/promote/host, and our business is to sell to clients who havent the time or energy to mess with the details of attending the events they want to see. They will always be better at performing/promoting/hosting the events, and we will always be better at selling their tickets. The harder the try, the better this gets for brokers. Kudos for the help!

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #20 Author

    Ticketmaster does not make the decision as to whether an event uses paperless ticketing – the promoter and the artist make that decision. Same for ticket price and number of tickets made available for sale – these are not decisions that Ticketmaster makes. They simply sell the tickets that are made available at the prices they are told through the means that they are directed – by the artist and/or the promoter.

  • Anonymous

    June 3, 2009 #21 Author

    What a joke. This just makes it worse for the fans. If you miss out during the onsale how can you go? Maybe some brokers will put them for sale on Ebay and craigslist and actually go to the arena and swipe the customer in but the supply will be limited driving prices higher. If you miss out during the original sale you are screwed. If you buy intending to go but something comes up your screwed.

  • WooT

    June 3, 2009 #22 Author

    AC/DC’s paperless tour was a huge moneymaker last year. I suspect this will be even better.

    Just like last time, either set some people up in the big cities or get some plane tickets.

    We were able to get about 500 -> 1000 per ticket over face, which more than paid for the additional ticket and fees to the “buyer”. I am thinking this should do even better.

    The funny thing at the AC/DC show was seeing all the empty single seats in the first 20 rows.

  • Anonymous

    June 3, 2009 #23 Author

    Not even anything to question about his.
    Limit the supply and prices will skyrocket for anyone who misses the onsale.

  • Anonymous

    June 3, 2009 #24 Author

    Ticket brokers everywhere must be rejoycing at this. Due to these restrictions and lack of supply it will cause, brokers will now be able to charge $1000’s of dollars for tickets on the secondary market that otherwise cost $85. Here is how it will work. Two brokers will buy two really good tickets and two really cheap tickets to the concert. The brokers will then escort the buyers into the arena, give the two good seats to the buyers and then the broker will either simply leave, or enjoy the show themselves in the nosebleeds. For these services not only will the buyer have to essentially buy two tickets to get one, but the broker will be able to chage a huge markup on the tickets for the service and because the restrictions will drive supply and demand out of whack.

    So, Ticketmaster, this is a win win for the brokers and a lose lose for the fan. Pity the poor fan who pays over a $100 for tickets (including all those fees to TM) for a show months away and then for whatever reason cannot go. They cannot get out of the deal and get a refund and they cannot sell or give their tickets to a friend because the original buyer has to show up to go to the show.

  • Anonymous

    June 3, 2009 #25 Author

    I wonder how many of Miley’s 13-16 year old fans have their own credit card?

    Well, Mommy and Daddy, either you get precious their own credit card or you HAVE TO buy a ticket for yourself to escort them into the show.

    Let’s break it down.

    Brokers are going to just buy extra tickets for the show and escort fans in, driving up secondary prices.

    Parents are FORCED to buy extra tickets or give their kid their own credit card.

    Yeah, this is being done “for the fans”.

    What happened, afraid Miley wasn’t going to sell out this time?

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #26 Author

    I suspect a lot of fans will not be able to get tickets during the onsale and thus be left out. All those fans who complained about ticket brokers 2 years ago will be scanning the internet desperate to find ticket brokers with tickets. Good luck to all during the onsale. Dont misspell the security words on ticketmaster.

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #27 Author

    sounds like whistling past the cemetery to me….

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #28 Author

    Ticketmaster has all the say in this. They have the deals with the promoters and in some cases, own the management companies. If their live nation deal goes through, they will own the promoters, the managers AND the ticketing.

    You want to point a finger… point it STRAIT at Ticketmaster for not creating a proper system and then encouraging artists to use a “paperless” system which only screws fans.

  • tickettip

    June 4, 2009 #29 Author

    Due to this fact of all tickets being paperless Miley Cyrus, Disney, Walmart, Ticketmaster and Ms. Cyrus management has limit which ones of her fans can attendthe show. What if you have a teen girls who adores Ms. Cyrus but no credit card – your child does not go. What if a grandparent wishes to purchase tickets for their grand child – so gramps no luck. What if you are a fourteen year old fan and would like to purchase tickets for yourself – sorry because you are not allowed to go to see Miley because you have no credit card or government issued i.d.. So if you wanted to give tickets to someone for this show noway can that happen. What if you give them a Visa gift card to purchase tickets, Once again the answer is NO. Even though Visa, Mastercard and American Express says their gift card are the came as their credit cards Ms. Cyrus and Ticketmaster says noway we will cancel your order if purchase this way.

    Sounds like Miley Cryus only wants certain people at her shows. Yes this is a claim to stop her tickets from being resold, which it will not succed. Other paperless tours in the past still had their tickets being resold, the only thing this does is two things;

    1. Cause the tickets that are resold to be resold at a higher valuve.

    2. Unfairly Discriminates against a portion of the American people and until away can be found to ensure there fans of a fair way to purchase tickets paperless ticket tours should not be allowed.

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #30 Author

    You think Ticketmaster or Miley actually CARES about the fans?

    This is just a game to sell more tickets under the perception of fairness. They were probably afraid Miley wouldn’t sell out this time around, so they want to ensure an extra 20% of tickets get sold by having brokers have to buy an extra ticket to do an escort, knowing the brokers will just assign the cost forward.

    They also want to make sure parents have to buy tickets to escort their children in.

    After the failure of AC/DC, No Doubt and TOm Waits to curb costs on the secondary market (prices were actually higher b/c of paperless tickets), they know the game and they don’t care.

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #31 Author

    I think paperless ticketing is a good idea! The REAL fans, like my daughter, will get tickets this time! Last time we were screwed by scalpers.
    And plus now my daughter is a member of Mileyworld, so that’s better.

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #32 Author

    haha so confident are you before they go onsale that you will even pull tickets. Come back and let me know how you fair. Better yet if you don’t get tix I will sell you mine and swipe you and your daughter in.

  • Shane

    June 4, 2009 #33 Author

    Hope your daughter has her own credit card. If not, she can’t buy them unless you are going to the concert as well.

    Mark this down as well.

    Your daughter will not get good seats. They will still go to scalpers. Only the price will be much higher this time.

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #34 Author

    So all you scalpers are all essentially admitting that the average fan has NO chance of getting good seats for a popular show against you guys and that you will screw whoever wants to buy from you. All that “oh we do good for the average guy, we sell for less than face, etc.” It’s BS and you’re saying it out loud here. I wish ticketmaster and the rest could come up with some way to stop you guys and I hope they change the laws everwhere to make it illegal to scalp.

  • Carl

    June 4, 2009 #35 Author

    No, the average fan does not have a chance of getting good seats for a popular show because there are very few good seats to popular shows and far too many average fans. Sorry, but you can fit 50,000 people into 1000 seats in the front.

    You know what is even funnier. Guess what happens when the “average” fan gets good seats? They usually wind up selling them and buying lesser and pocketing the difference.

    Half of the tickets you are going to see being sold on Ebay, Craigslist and all the other places you will see Miley tickets on sale are going to be “average” fans selling for a profit. The other half will be brokers making a nice tidy profit, thanks to Miley and her “paperless” adventure.

    If they are smart, “average” pairs of fans going to the show will buy 4 tickets, sell the other 2 and pay for their own tickets.

    I hope that the day there are no more scalpers you wake up and realize you STILL can’t get good seats, because it wasn’t “scalpers” keeping you from the tickets, it was all the other fans who can type faster than you.

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #36 Author

    Haha, that is funny, you think because your daughter has a fan club membership to Mileyworld that consitutes a ticket. Think again, there is NO guarantee that you will get tickets that way. I hope they sell you those premium seats in the rafters.

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #37 Author

    Ticketmaster is more evil than the average broker, they scam you out of convenience fees, manipulate their sales, hold back the good seats for premiums so the artist can get a bigger cut, as if they have not gouged you on concessions and merchandise and you want to regulate brokers, the bigger evil is Ticketbastard and Livenation. Do your homework.

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #38 Author

    This is great.

    I will travel to swipe people in at these prices….and the added expenses of traveling and a dud ticket is going to go straight to the consumer.

    All of the fans who think that its going to be easier to pull tickets this year are wrong. And when you get shut out the prices are going to be even more outrageous this time.

    Thank you TM and Miley…..

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #39 Author

    you must work for ticketmaster

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #40 Author

    Supply? You all are talking about the supply being nill and the prices skyrocketing? No duh, that is exactly why the promoters/ticketmaster set it up this way! THEY HAVE CONTROL OF ALMOST ALL AFTER MARKET TICKETS!!!!! They will be selling the hell out of those “paperless tickets” in auctions, platinum seats, etc. for 10-20 times the face value because they are essentially eliminating the competition, THE BROKERS!!! Come on people, this is clearly what they planned on, everyone on the inside can’t wait to get there slice of the pie!

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #41 Author

    Supply? You all are talking about the supply being nill and the prices skyrocketing. No duh, that is exactly why the promoters/ticketmaster set it up this way! THEY HAVE CONTROL OF ALMOST ALL THE AFTER MARKET TICKETS!!!!! They will be selling the hell out of those “paperless tickets” in auctions, platinum seats, etc for 10-20 times the face value because they are essentially eliminating the competition, THE BROKERS!!! Come one people, this is clearly what they planned on!

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #42 Author

    Hey mom,

    Mileyworld membership? Don’t you remember the lawsuit Miley had to settle last time because she was taking $25 from dupes like you and promising you’d get tickets and then you didn’t get tickets. At least ticket brokers actually provide a product when they take your money unlike Ticketmaster’s inferior non-transferable product and Miley’s “fan club” ripoff.

  • Anonymous

    June 5, 2009 #43 Author

    I know there is no simple answer to all this, but as im sipping a fresh coffee, im wondering , ,why doesnt Miley Cyrus just do stadium shows?

  • Anonymous

    June 4, 2009 #44 Author

    oh so what most people are saying is they should just do NOTHING.
    just do the same thing they always do and that would somehow be better than this idea.
    yeah right.
    I mean gimme a break.
    This won’t be perfect by any means, but it IS A BETTER way.
    yes lots of brokers will get tickets, etc. etc.
    but anybody that doesn’t think this is an improvement over the other was is just plain stupid.
    as long as ticketmaster lets people from anywhere in the world buy tickets to any concert at the same moment by using a computer there will be very few tickets available to the “regular” fans.
    any moron can figure this out.
    the best way to get things better is to STOP SELLING concert tickets over the stinking computer.
    simple as that.
    you go back to buying tickets on a certain day at the VENUE ONLY.
    like the old days.
    is that the perfect answer?
    no it’s not.
    will scalpers still get lots of tickets.
    of course.
    will some people not be able to get off work to get tickets?
    you betcha.
    but it would be hands down BETTER than ANY internet ticket sale.
    end of story.

  • Anonymous

    June 5, 2009 #45 Author

    Yea ok go back to the 1980’s

  • James Martinelli

    November 8, 2009 #46 Author

    I really hope that Miley Cyrus and her family read these comments because this paperless system is going to break my grandaughter’s HEART. She lives with me and her grandmother and she has idolized Miley as long as I can remember. She begged to go to this concert and her aunt bought her tickets for me to take her as her Christmas present on Nov. 19 at the NASSAU Coliseum, not realizing that she had to be there with her ID for us to get in.
    We have been trying for 2 weeks to get Ticketmaster to help us with no results. The concert is sold out and all I wanted to do is switch the tickets from her credit card to mine. But not only will they not do it but they said if she cancels the tickets she will be charged $33.00 to cancel them and I will have to TRY to purchase them back on the website, and being sold out there is practicaly no chance that I will get them.
    HOW do I go back to my grandaughter and tell her that she can’t go. Every night when I get home from work since we purchased the tickets she comes up to me and tells me how many days are left until the concert.
    I am STILL trying to find out how I can switch these tickets over to my credit card but Ticketmaster will not HELP me at all after being on the phone with me, her aunt, and them numerous times for hours, with a number of different people.
    HEART TO TELL HER THAT WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO GO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    If you do PLEASE send me an email at ([email protected]). I can’t believe that there is no exception to the rule for this type of sitution. You would think that they would make certain exceptions for these situtations especialy since they are family people themselves, but I GUESS ONCE YOU’RE FAMOUS THE LITTLE PEOPLE DON’T MATTER ANY MORE.

    Sincerely a soon to be a grandfather who can’t keep his promise to his grandaughter,

  • Anonymous

    September 3, 2009 #47 Author

    Bought 4 tickets to a Miley Cyrus show in June. Now it is September and I find out I won’t be able to make the show. Can’t sell get a refund. Can’t sell the tickets. Can’t give the tickets to my sister’s kids to enjoy. My only option is the lousy insurance I bought and pray they honor their word. It is likely I am screwed out of nearly $400.00. I will never support any artist that enforces this paperless ticket nonsense again. This practice should be illegal. How, in THE USA can you sell something that doenst exist and then not be legally obligated to refund they money if services aren’t rendered? CROOKS!!!!!!!