I Have Found Myself Passing Up Concerts That I Normally Would Go Wild For.

Before the pandemic I was attending a concert per month. I have seen so many of my favorite artists. Dolly Parton, Tim McGraw, Chris Stapleton, Pink, and Morgan Wallen have been some of my favorites. Some of my most fond memories have been created at concerts.

Instead of Attending Multiple Dallas Cowboy Games I Have Been Limiting Myself to Two Per Year.

I remember going on a rant, how could someone charge me over $200 per ticket in fees alone? It has gotten to the point where it isn't worth going to a show or event unless you are a die hard fan, The truth is we will keep paying these fees because we crave these experiences. Could a lawsuit be the gamechanger that we all need?

Remember the Taylor Swift Glitch That Sent Fans Over the Edge?

In 2022 there were Ticketmaster glitches that prevented millions of fans from being able to buy tickets for Taylor Swift’s “Eras” tour. After this major glitch a lawsuit wasn't just expected, but fans all over the U.S. demanded that something be done.

The Government is Suing Live Nation.

This groundbreaking antitrust lawsuit could change the way we pay for tickets. According to CNN; "The US government and dozens of states sued Live Nation on Thursday, alleging that for years the parent company of Ticketmaster abused its industry dominance to harm fans nationwide." Don't get too excited, the suit will probably take years to make its way through the court system.


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