Average Ticket Prices
Lucero $23.54      Ratatat $30.14      Machine Gun Kelly $28.87      Train $31.98      Railroad Earth $32.09      "Riverdance" $56.88      Griz $27.92      Tech N9ne $28.72      Mannheim Steamroller $55.94      Little Big Town $40.30      Brit Floyd $44.18      Justin Bieber $83.26      Twiztid $23.03      The Milk Carton Kids $33.18      "DigiTour" $34.12      Chicago $51.28      Gordon Lightfoot $52.13      Deftones $36.07      Seether $36.06      Dawes $29.00      Florida Georgia Line $38.04      Slightly Stoopid $30.73      Shakey Graves $23.77      Jeff Dunham $55.87      The Avett Brothers $51.07      The Tenderloins $54.76      The Mavericks $47.51      Jon Bellion $15.28      The Beach Boys $47.21      Marc Anthony $107.38      Beats Antique $27.20      Steve Earle $41.03      Aaron Lewis $35.48      Tedeschi Trucks Band $52.04      Lord Huron $23.53      Galactic $29.38      Matisyahu $35.66      John Fogerty $66.04      Third Day $32.28      The Great Zucchini $5.05      New Kids On The Block $60.35      Alabama Shakes $41.94      Silverstein $20.04      Jesse Cook $43.58      The Decemberists $40.47      The Wonder Years $22.65      The Tenors $51.56      Twiddle $18.82      Jackson Browne $63.32      Shinedown $41.30      
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News & Views

08:01 AM Tuesday 2/3/09 | |

Glastonbury, Buddy Holly, heavy metal in Iraq and Bruce Springsteen's big week in News. Leonard Cohen, The Killers, Snoop Dogg, Keane, Celine Dion and "So You Think You Can Dance" in Views.

News …

Could this be the biggest week in Springsteen's career … ever? - New York Daily News

Nevermind it doesn't yet have an official lineup. Glastonbury is sold out - The Guardian U.K.

It ain't easy being a heavy metal band in Iraq. Just ask Acrassicauda - The New York Times

Meet the lady who snapped the last known pictures of Buddy Holly at the Surf Ballroom - KARE 11

  • Day The Music Died

    A Don McLean autographed copy of the lyrics for "American Pie" hang on a wall at the Surf Ballrom in Clear Lake, Iowa.
    January 9, 2009

    (AP Photo)

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Views …

Leonard Cohen in Brisbane - "With this band, Cohen has hit on a sound that suits him perfectly; from the lighting to the music itself, everything is bathed in a warm glow." - Courier Mail

The Killers in Boston - "Unlike many major label bands, the Killers' music isn't smoke and mirrors. They have real talent." - The MIT Tech

Snoop Dogg in Tampa - "Snoop appeared like an appellation through the stage smoke with his entourage, his hoodie and his personal, iconic microphone - a majestic contraption with a sword-like shield around the shaft, encrusted with silver and diamonds that spell out 'SNOOP.'" - The Tampa Tribune

"So You Think You Can Dance" in Edmonton - "Turns out that the public is really into dancing. Who knew?" - Edmonton Sun

Keane in Manchester, England - "Crucially, this was a lean and muscular performance, with very few lulls or clumsy outbursts." - The Times Online U.K.

Celine Dion in Tulsa - "The presentation was huge. Her voice was huge. The crowd was pie-eyed as she stood alone and sang, a capella, 'All By Myself' to a roaring crowd. Dion definitely knows how to play to a sold-out crowd." - Tulsa World

They Say It's Their Birthday … (Or so says Associated Press)

Dennis Edwards is 66
Dave Davies (The Kinks) is 62
Melanie is 62
Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth) is 53
Matraca Berg is 45
Daddy Yankee is 33

  • Daddy Yankee

    Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre gives Daddy Yankee a place to hold court during KIIS-FM's annual Wango Tango.
    May 6, 2006

    (AP Photo)

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Grant Barry is 32
Jessica Harp is 27
Sean Kingston is 19


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