I was all excited to see Justin Timberlake at his “intimate” show at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney in June… until I went to buy tickets and saw the price. $180 each! Good grief. Sorry, JT, but I wouldn’t pay $180 to see anybody.

Update: Hmmm, it looks like the $180 is only if you miss out on the regular $130 ones that go on sale tomorrow. But jeez, even $130 is still too much for Justin.


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  1. One of the guys at work got tickets today. He said the first show sold out in 10 minutes. wow, that’s A LOT of people with way too much cash.

  2. $180… $130… that’s insane. and what’s more insane is that his target audience is teenage girls who obviously have that much money to spend! eeeep. radiohead was a bargain at $80 then!

  3. My coworker Molly admitted that she’d paid $150 to see Robbie Williams last year. I said I could partially see that. I mean, Robbie was putting on giant stadium extravaganzas with Duran Duran. That sounds like you’d be getting your money’s worth. But Justin Timberlake in an “intimate” setting? I like him as a pop star but I don’t have an illusions about his real singing ability. I’d pay to see him lip sync in front of a wind machine with sixty backup dancers, but I don’t want to sit with a bunch of sycophants and pretend there’s some great artistic value to him crooning “I’m gonna have you nekkid by the end of this song” a capella.

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