Country star promises to embark on affordable summer tour to fight ‘huge monopoly’ ‘sitting there and stealing money from working-class people’
Zach Bryan is The latest artist to lash out at Ticketmaster as a country star — frustrated by skyrocketing ticket prices — promised to embark on a summer tour “for the cheapest price possible” on Saturday. , Brian also properly writes All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live From Red Rocks).
“There seems to be a big problem with fair ticket prices for live shows these days. wrote to
“We’ve decided to do a limited number of headline shows next year. We’re doing everything we can to keep prices as low as possible and show people good and honest stuff without costing $450 a ticket.” I’ve proven that I can see performances. To be clear, I’ve been performing at some festivals that I have no control over.”
Brian’s “Something in the Orange” was one of both. rolling stoneand Barack Obama’s Favorite Songs of 2022 join Taylor Swift and politicians like Amy Klobuchar and Alexandia Ocasio-Cortez in strangling them as Ticketmasters against the concert industry.
“You have the biggest ticket vendor in the country with the biggest promoter in the country. Our concerns here could affect everyone,” said AOC. rolling stone November following the Swift Eras Tour debacle. “From promotions to ticket sales methods and structures, it can prevent artists from doing shows the way they want. And since they’re completely fleeced, it affects fans.
“Working class people should still be able to afford tickets to the show,” Brian added in a statement. , is tired of people saying that nothing can be done about this massive problem. You should be proud to fight those who listen to the words you sing.”
Bryan has also launched a new mailing list for his fans to receive news on “goods drops and unreleased music” as well as being informed directly about his affordable summer tour.
All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live From Red Rocks)was recorded live at the venerable Colorado venue on November 3, 2022 and is currently streaming on all services.