Concerts today are making us go bankrupt in a society with unemployment.

Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 12:04 AM By: misanthropic

For 2 tickets for Rock on the of the best concerts of a life time to attend, which by the way i WAS very excited to attend i looked for the price of these tickets and all together it comes to $346.00, FOR THE TICKETS ALONE. That does not include parking, food, beverages and also a place to sleep. Apparently the camping package is $700!!!. Bitch i got BILLLLLS to PAY. Unless someone is going to pitch in for gas money a place to sleep and the essentials to keep me ALIVE and not succumb to dehydration. Regardless of the once in a life time chance to see so many good bands together, is it really that WORTH IT!?!?!? I need to find a radio station pronto to win the tickets, but that still doesn't cover the latter comments. Couldn't the bands give us a break or their promoters etc of whos in charge for these ticket prices!? Either way someone is pocketing A LOT of money from the broke as it is nation. I understand artists need to make their money too but damn. I'll be missing out big time. I just hope they come to Ohio again another time with something a TAD more affordable.
sadly disappointed AKA Cara

  1. eva avatar

    On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 2:49 PM, eva said:

    Yikes. Rock on the Range isn't THAT good. I wouldn't pay more than $100 total (food, parking, etc.) for that show. Just wait until Head comes on a KoRn tour to the smaller venues. He was the only reason to attend anyways.

  2. MindFreakOnALeashBlakelyRachelle avatar

    On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 10:30 AM, MindFreakOnALeashBlakelyRachelle said:

    :( i'm sorry you can't go. theres no way i hell i could afford that either. hopefully when they come around here the show won't be so big, and not so damn expensive. man that sucks. i hope you end up winning tickets

  3. jayjay avatar

    On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 10:26 AM, jayjay said:

    Thats the problem with todays world.i went to donington in 1988 & cost me,well cant remember to be honest,but i was 19 then & i had £100 got a return ticket,was about 200 miles,& was about £25?,today that costs £40.but that was just a day then,guns n roses 1st uk apperence,120.000 people,& 2 people died,was the best day of my life thou.=)

  4. Josie avatar

    On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 8:02 AM, Josie said:

    These prices aren't driven by the artist. Thats the promoters and the venues...not the artists.

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