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“How do we make sure that the primary industry recaptures that value?

Because that’s where the art is being created, that’s where the risk is being taken, that’s where the fans are.

They sold out instantly, and eight minutes later, were on Stub Hub for up to 5.

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“How do we make sure that the primary industry recaptures that value?Because that’s where the art is being created, that’s where the risk is being taken, that’s where the fans are.They sold out instantly, and eight minutes later, were on Stub Hub for up to $315.By the day of the first show, a pair were listed at $1,074.60 on the reselling platform.“LCD tickets on stubhub are speculative and almost certainly bullshit, DO NOT BUY THEM.E-tickets aren’t even released until day of shows,” tweeted an angry Al Doyle, a member of LCD Soundsystem. It’s not the last chopper out of Saigon.” (LCD Soundsystem did not respond to numerous requests for comment.) It’s tall talk from a band that ramped up demand just five years earlier by going through the motions of saying good-bye, only to return and face tangential ticketing problems years later.

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“How do we make sure that the primary industry recaptures that value?

Because that’s where the art is being created, that’s where the risk is being taken, that’s where the fans are.

They sold out instantly, and eight minutes later, were on Stub Hub for up to $315.

By the day of the first show, a pair were listed at $1,074.60 on the reselling platform.

,074.60 on the reselling platform.

What sort of initiatives are taken on the state and federal level to prevent both legal and illegal behavior that precludes actual fans from buying tickets? When a band like LCD Soundsystem decides to go on tour or stage a residency, a promoter such as Live Nation or Bowery Presents works with them to help determine where they’ll play and how tickets will be priced and distributed, often through holds for industry insiders and presale programs for companies like American Express.

Presale tickets were available in person at Mercury Lounge and through Ticketmaster and Bowery Presents — but only a select few fans got them. They were instantly snatched up and were being resold on the secondary market at a staggering 0,000 a ticket.

LCD Soundsystem front man James Murphy was understandably upset, unleashing a diatribe on the band’s blog with a post titled “Fuck You, Scalpers.” He vented about the unfairness of it all, how he and his bandmates weren’t even able to get tickets to their own show when they tried.

The extent that there’s billion in activity in a secondary marketplace? That’s the primary industry’s weakness and inefficiency and failure to do what we can do for artists and fans.” To the primary market’s credit, some successful initiatives have been taken over the years to curtail this sort of behavior, making it more difficult for scalpers to use traditional methods to cut in line.

In March, Live Nation and Ticketmaster announced their Verified Fan presale technology where fans can register ahead of sale dates by providing personal information that’s vetted by the companies.

Songkick, which began as a concert-discovery platform and now sells tickets on presale, says that it was the first to implement technology to limit the number of scalpers taking advantage of the system.

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