Post # 32
I would..if it was my fave band/artist, I would pay it if I had the money. You’re paying for the experience, the memories, and the enjoyment of it and that’s priceless if you love the artist. I can only name a few artist that I would do it for but I would def do it. 🙂
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Post # 33
I’m not a big concert goer at all, but last spring Elton John came to my (fairly small) city and I spent a little over $300 to go. It was amazing. Let’s just say that I may have cried. Twice. 🙂 For me, that concert was worth every single penny. If you have the money to spend and would at all regret passing on the opportunity, then do it!
Post # 34
i voted yes, buy the tickets – i hate living with what ifs and if onlys after the event so do it!
Post # 35
Thanks and I agree with your comments. Expereinces are priceless, it may not be practical to go, but in the long run, I always remember the memories and good times, rather than the financial strain.
Post # 36
I’m STILL flip-flopping and driving myself crazy.
As for ‘can’ we afford it – technically, yes. It’s not like we are rolling in dough, but this would be our big ‘splurge’.
Here are my pro’s/con’s”
Pros: have always wanted to see her, heard she’s amazing in concert, would be a fun ‘almost our anniversary’ type celebration, and we just paid off all of DH’s credit cards (yesterday!), so it could also serve as a celebration of that, they are super close tickets to the stage.
Cons: crap load of money for a concert, on a Friday night (DH works the next day at 5am), seats MAY suck (they are close to the stage, but off to one side – so we might not be able to see the screen that’s behind her and would only be seeing her from the side).
Post # 37
Why don’t u just get cheaper tickets for the same concert?
Post # 38
Don’t they have a map of the layout of the venue you could scope out?
There is no way in hell I would shell out that much cash for a seat location I couldn’t confirm.
Post # 39
oh snap i just realized my boss’ best friend who is a music manager in NYC managed her. i knew i recognized that name, just googled her and was like, “oh yeaaa” lol
Post # 40
It might make you feel better to know that I paid almost, ALMOST $400 for Kenny Chesney tickets in the Sandbar. That means we were standing next to the stage and could almost touch him, and Keith Urban (my other fave!) so they were worth it to me. If you really want to to see her, then do it! But make sure you REAAAALLLY want it!
Post # 41
And to clairify, that was $400 a piece! 😮