Mikee

Any Good Concerts Coming Up?

The concert season is gearing up and i’m very excited….The state fair line up looks great and ticket prices seem to be decently priced.  I may go see Ke$ha….not sure yet.  Kid Rock is going on tour with Uncle Kracker and Kool & The Gang and he’s trying to sell tickets for $20 a pop. That’s an amazing price for three great acts and I may have to purchase a pair of them.  What i won’t be doing this summer is going to a Rolling Stones concert.  Word is those tickets start out at $650.  Are you crazy!!!  I know you have been around since FOREVER but why do you feel you need to charge that much to see your show.  Kid Rock even ripped the stones in and interview in Rolling Stone Magazine.  I’m sure they will sell out shows and people will pay the price for the tickets but they won’t be getting any of my $$$.

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