The Band Perry with special guests Easton Corbin and Lindsey Ell Will be live at the Show Me Center on February 21st. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased through the following link: http://bit.ly/HEXJW0
Watch the Professional Roughstock Rodeo live at the Show Me Center Saturday, May 18th at 7:30 PM. Tickets are on sale now!
ticket sales have already passed the 4100 mark. Some tickets are still available
Admit it. You have a song you dig, a song you turn up (when you’re all alone), a song that you sing out loud (when you’re all alone), a song that you instantly turn off/down when someone else walks into the room… Let us know, what song is on your playlist, in your car, or anywhere else that you are too embarrassed to let anyone, ANYONE, know about for fear that they may see you in a whole new (musical) light? It’s ok, we won’t tell🙂
Sure, we all have them… Those bands, groups or solo acts we just CAN’T STAND. You hear them on the radio, being sung by the person behind you in a grocery line, maybe even on your best friend’s MP3 player. Who’s the act you just can’t stand? That receive WAY to much publicity, given their actual talent? Go ahead, let us know.
How much do you like U2? Roger Waters? The Eagles? Neil Young? Well, according to some ticket buyers, they like them to the tune of $250 PER ticket.
Now, some of these tours charge these prices because the artist is hitting small, intimate venues, lacking the seating capacity to knock down the ticket price with sheer seating. But others are only hitting large arenas and amphitheaters, which have the large seating numbers that could reduce the overall cost.
My questions are: Does this deter you from seeing multiple shows over the course of a year? What is a “fair” ticket price to you? Have you missed that “killer” concert due to the sheer price?
Want to see some more of the most expensive tickets so far in 2010?
Check out: Big Rick’s Rock & Roll Show