The band writes, “…25 years later, the fear and stage fright may have faded, but the love of making music with my friends is stronger than ever.”
Extending the agreement barring the promoter from threatening venues that use other ticketing services.
Live Nation is accused of forcing music venues to using Ticketmaster as its exclusive ticketing vendor.
A number of other fests have also committed to keeping the technology out of their events.
The secondary marketplace was the source of the invalid tickets.
Tenacious D, Wilco, Charli XCX, Ride, Cat Power, and The Mountain Goats are among the eligible shows.
Artists such as Tom Morello, Amanda Palmer, The Glitch Mob, and Atmosphere are backing the anti-tech campaign.
Canada’s Competition Bureau found the company’s advertised prices didn’t reflect the true cost to consumers.
The ticketing platform and parent company are being sued for unfair business practices and unjust enrichment.
The Live Nation subsidiary has been enlisting scalpers to purchase tickets in bulk, and then resell them at higher prices on the Ticketmaster-owned platform TradeDesk.
The military grade software hopes to make the concert experience easier, but could come at the expense of customers’ privacy.
Allegations published in a New York Times article accuse the ticketing juggernaut of anticompetitive behavior.