#wreckingball #springsteen No, not elitist at all. Die Hard fans are left outside whilst Ben f8cking Stiller gets to roam around enjoying hors d’oeuvres, is this a joke of sorts? I’m a die hard Springsteen fan 30 years on, and I’m left shaking my head at ticket prices. 2 tickets, nose bleeds will cost me $225. A few beers, parking, most likely a t-shirt… a $300 night. His album Wrecking Ball covers the struggles of the American working man… what working man can afford $300 during tax season?! Rolling Stone:
The concert was held to celebrate the 10th anniversary of SiriusXM satellite radio. Only a fraction of the tickets were distributed to the public, and it was a mob scene outside. Die-hard fans held up signs desperately seeking tickets, and paparazzi and autograph seekers aggressively chased down the celebrity guests. The lucky few inside took advantage of the open bar and hors d’oeuvres and gawked at Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor, Elvis Costello, Paul Rudd, John McEnroe, Chad Smith, Steve Earle, Gary “Baba Booey” Dell’Abate and many other big names as they waited for the show (which was broadcast live on SiriusXM) to begin.