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At least Bob Dylan's lowest ticket prices are reasonable at $85, although you'd have to be a diehard fan to get the Gold ones at $165, which is also quite reasonable considering what some other major acts charge for their gold tickets. $85 isn't enough to get me along though. Maybe if he was charging $40-50 I would have considered it.
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Think i've only paid £20+ for one gig (Level 42). Don't particularly see the point in paying anymore than that. Festivals are a whole different matter though, Glastonbury works out as good value for me £150 divided by the 23 bands i want to see = £6.50 a band.
One of the advantages of liking the 'obscure' bands that i do, is that tickets tend to be be sub-£10 price as well.
I also like to go to gigs of bands I've never heard of. If I've got nothing scheduled on a particular Friday or Saturday night, and there's a cheap gig on at The Zoo, The Globe or The Troubadour I'll usually make my way in. Got to know of a lot of bands I otherwise haven't heard of.
Also having mates in bands when they support other bands from interstate you get to see a few other bands you wouldn't have heard of.
I was disappointed at the prices though. Dylan's hardly poor or concerned with money, and it's not like he's dragging a giant whizz-bang set around like the Rolling Stones do.
I saw on t'internet last night that Squeeze had reformed and were doing a tour. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like they're coming to NZ, and Heath doesn't like them enough to journey to the States just to watch a band who were pretty good nearly 30 years ago, and without Jools Holland!
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My parents are going to see Bob Dylan, I was sorely tempted to go as well but couldn't really afford it.
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