Songkick “will bow to pressure from Live Nation and Ticketmaster and complete the shutdown of all ticketing operations,“ its founder said in a statement. Facebook is now also officially scanning Bandsintown for concert listings.
Last year, it was revealed that Ticketmaster was giving away millions of free tickets to compensate customers, after a $400 million class-action lawsuit that dates back to 1999 was settled. Now another huge batch of free tickets are being given away.
Live Nation is selling $20 tickets to several shows for one week only, including Kings of Leon/Deerhunter, Future/Young Thug/A$AP Ferg, Dead & Company, Jean-Michel Jarre, Maxwell, Primus/Clutch, Yes, Deftones and more.
If you've thought Ticketmaster's wide array of service fees and handling charges have been exorbitant over the years, you are not alone. A $400 million class-action lawsuit that dates back to 1999 was settled last month, and Ticketmaster is compensating its customers in the form of free tickets.
Bowery Presents' venues switched from Ticketweb to its owner Ticketmaster a long time ago, but two of their venues, Bowery Ballroom and Mercury Lounge, will soon switch to Ticketfly, reports Billboard...
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