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Is Rolling Stones Touring Next Year?


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The last date of this tour is March 12, 2006, and still has tickets available. I noticed your location, and the last show in California is on March 6, 2006 at The Forum in LA.

 

I did some checking on Ticketbastard (I was checking out the St. Louis show), and the price for the ticket is $450 plus a $28.75 conveniece charge PLUS a $1.50 Building Facility charge for the LA show.

 

 

So it's a grand total of $480.25 per ticket. I think someone should invent a time travel machine so the Stones of the 60s can come to our time and smack the Stones of today for being money grubbers.

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The concerts are too expensive for me...a ticket alone over here for the front row was one thousand dollars...I really dont have that money. I know that it would probably be the best concert ever...but with that money it damn well should be.

 

Nuff Said

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The last date of this tour is March 12, 2006, and still has tickets available. I noticed your location, and the last show in California is on March 6, 2006 at The Forum in LA.

 

I did some checking on Ticketbastard (I was checking out the St. Louis show), and the price for the ticket is $450 plus a $28.75 conveniece charge PLUS a $1.50 Building Facility charge for the LA show.

 

 

So it's a grand total of $480.25 per ticket. I think someone should invent a time travel machine so the Stones of the 60s can come to our time and smack the Stones of today for being money grubbers.

Crap! I wouldn't pay that for four tickets, nevertheless for one ticket to a bunch of old farts.

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The first time I saw Metallica, I paid $25 for 17th row, main floor seats. A few years later I paid $35 for 2nd row center stage seats. Now, I'd have to pay $55 just for seats up in the rafters. :blink:

 

Last time they were here, main floor was $75 I think, and there aren't even seats anymore. @grumpy@ If it were an outdoor concert then the first 5 rows probably would have cost well over $100 and pavillion seats would have been $85+ depending on what sections you got.

 

Granted it's not Rolling Stones crazy, but it's gotten to the point where I can hardly ever go to any concerts anymore. What's worse is that ticket sales are usually announced less than a week before they go on sale, so if I don't have the money then I'm screwed.

 

With the way the prices on the bigger bands are going through the roof, they could at least give the fans more than a few days to come up with money for the tickets!

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I wanted to get some tickets for Paul McCartney's fall tour. They were like $200, and sold out in twelve minutes. That's quite an accomplishment for a venue in Iowa.

 

I think they charge this much because of scalpers. I read an article somewhere where Mick Jagger said that was part of the reason the tickets cost so much- to deter scalpers.

 

But that never does any good. The only way I could possibly get U2 or McCartney tickets is through a scalper. Those scalper bastards will always figure out a way to beat the system, leaving music fans perenially screwed.

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