Rage Against the Machine fans angry for 2020 tour ticket prices

Rage Against the Machine fans pissed off about 2020 tour ticket prices. Band guitarist Tom Morello shares his thoughts about scalpers.

The band guitarist Tom Morello shares a post in his official Twitter account. And he says that the most expensive ticket for any show on the band’s 2020 reunion tour is $125. But also, the scalpers want to increase and buy the reunion tour tickets. Then they sell via other sites going for anywhere from $400 to more than $1,000. This situation so pissed off fan complaints about resale prices is too high.

In today, the band guitarist Tom Morello post this his official Twitter account to write:

“The MOST expensive ticket for ANY RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE/RUN THE JEWELS headline show is $125 US (plus service fees) with the exception of CHARITY tickets where 100% of the additional proceeds go to charity. ANY other ticket at ANY other price is from SCALPERS.”

Also, Rage Against the Machine shares the following statement on their Facebook page:

“Since the announcement of our tour, scalpers and broker sites have been listing fake tickets for RATM. We want to do everything we can to protect our fans from predatory scalping and, raise a substantial amount of money for charities and activist organizations we support in each city. At many concerts, up to 50% of the seating is scooped up by scalpers and then resold to fans at much higher fees. We are doing everything we can to protect 90% of the RATM tickets from scalpers, and then WE are holding in reserve 10% of the seating (random seats throughout each venue) to sell at a higher ticket price (but low enough to undercut the scalpers). We will donate 100% OF THE MONEY over the fees and base ticket price to charities and activist organizations IN EACH CITY. We are confident this will help many more fans get tickets at face value and put a big dent in the aftermarket gouging. WE HATE SCALPING AS MUCH AS YOU DO and will continue to combat it. We are donating all profits from our first three shows to immigrants’ rights organizations and will support multiple charities and activist organizations throughout the tour.”

 

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