Concert Tickets Get Set Aside, Marked Up by Artists/Managers

Less than a minute after tickets for last August’s Neil Diamond concerts at New York’s Madison Square Garden went on sale, more than 100 seats were available for hundreds of dollars more than their normal face value on premium-ticket site TicketExchange.com. The seller? Neil Diamond.

Wall street Journal reports.
Why the detour? Not a music to my ears 🙂

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One Response to Concert Tickets Get Set Aside, Marked Up by Artists/Managers

  1. Phoebe says:

    This is called the invisible hand by Adam Smith. Tickets go to whoever are willing to pay, even premium, for them.

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