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$15,000 A Ticket Travesty

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Sounds like its for the playboys who like to spend money ;)

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If I had the coin I'd think of it.

Then save the money and download a bootleg vid.

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It's amazing out there...if I had the money I'd do it...no doubt (as long as they're not lip synching... :glare: )

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I think its disgusting. What ever happened to the bands playing for the people, instead of playing for people who think they are special because they have money. They can't sell their albums any more so they whore themselves out to events like this.

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I think its disgusting. What ever happened to the bands playing for the people, instead of playing for people who think they are special because they have money. They can't sell their albums any more so they whore themselves out to events like this.

I think it is disgusting that you think the whore bands are disgusting. :lol:

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I started boycotting concerts when the tickets went over £25... $15000 for a ticket is a ridiculous price to ask whether you have it to spare or not.

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If I had the coin I'd think of it.

Then save the money and download a bootleg vid.

:lol:

I think it is disgusting that you think the whore bands are disgusting. :lol:

:lol:

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Rich and Famous Drop 15 Grand For Pop Concert Series

There are many ways to spend $15,000: buy that new car, order a couture gown, snatch up 25 iPhones.

But for nearly 1,500 stinking rich music lovers, there was another option: Drop that 15 grand on a single ticket to the 2007 Hampton Social @ Ross concert series, which kicks off this weekend with a performance by Prince in ritzy East Hampton, N.Y.

For the exorbitant price tag, ticket buyers will get the chance to see Prince, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, Billy Joel, James Taylor and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in separate shows during July and August in an "intimate" outdoor setting. Along with the music, attendees will enjoy extravagant side entertainment like art exhibits and magic by David Blaine.

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who cares! :glare:

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