February 11, 2011 by Post Team
Front man James Murphy came out all guns blazing on the group Twitter account. “1500 for a single ticket?” He justified. “Scalpers F * ck you. You are parasites. I hate you.”
LCD Soundsystem concert at Madison Square Garden on April 2 has been announced as the latest addition to the band will be performing, which led to ticket touts are ridiculous demand for tickets in pre-sales.
James Murphy told leaders at a site fan ticket exchange supposed to “eat sht” for the sale of tickets for the final shows LCD Soundsystem at inflated prices.
The concert will be held at Garden in New York’s Madison Square on April 2. Pre-sale tickets for the concert were sold on Stubhub.com greatly inflated prices before they are sold.
Writing on his Twitter page, Twitter.com, Murphy wrote: “Whatever we do, it is not worth that kind of money to see us!”
He added: “I” fans “guarantee about are not the prices of these tickets,” calling the site “Barely Legal”. He added that the site managers could “eat sht”.
LCD Soundsystem, James Murphy wants fans to “beat the crap out of” scalpers selling tickets final concert of thousands.
Gigwise reports that Murphy attacked ticket scalpers taking advantage of the exclusive final concert LCD Soundsystem at Madison Square Garden on April 2.
A handful of pre-sales have been released and some speculators have already sold on eBay, currently the most suitable for hundreds of dollars per ticket.
A double pass is currently listed with a Buy It Now option and 17,420.
In a series of tweets, Murphy called scalpers “parasites”, “mtherfker”, “people of sht” and suggested that contact without scalpers posing as buyers, then beat the crap out of them … ”
But it was included in a press release on the final concert, encouraging fans to wear all black and / or white, saying: “If it’s a funeral, we will have the best funeral ever! “
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