Rage. Rage against the Machine?

Of all my confessional hopes and dreams, it is that there is a correction to concert prices, localized love ticket buyers not bots, and a return to concerts that have die hard fans that lined up for tickets are in the audience, not broke people who got fleeced into $200 face value tickets to bands they once saw for $30 at Plaza of Nations.


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May 26, 2020 at 5:28pm

Almost like it should be first come first serve only in line on the day.

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Robert smith

May 26, 2020 at 5:37pm

If there are ever concerts again

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May 26, 2020 at 6:20pm

I think I paid $5.00 to see the Ramones first show in 1977 at the Commodore Ballroom with around 150 other people.

I did have to stand outside for 30 minutes waiting to get in lol

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May 26, 2020 at 6:45pm

RATM claim to be progressive liberals and activists who care about the little people, why the hell would they be asking so much for tickets? I never understood their popularity. It's commercial rock/rap/metal. They were no Fugazi. A Fugazi show Would be maybe $25 dollars these days due to gas prices. Last years Dinosaur jr tickets were $35 and they're touring in a expensive bus with a driver. Screw RATM, cheesie hooks and all.

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Ha ha ha!

May 26, 2020 at 7:55pm

Why do you need to see some big name act?

Go see a small act.

Or learn an instrument. Drag a generator and some speakers to one of the several locations in the lowermainland where you can put on a show without being bothered.

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May 26, 2020 at 8:44pm

Rage against the Machine on a bigger picture. Here's a comment towards the Straight news article on the food / farm marketing industry euthanizing live stock, dumping of mega milk supply, etc due to drastic reduced restaurant demand from Covid-19. All this waste and then we see the fairly recent high profile charities raising money for the less fortunate, food banks, etc...

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