Seriously — Can We Just Call it No Service Fee Summer?

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Why don't they just get it over with and call it "No Service Fee Summer"? It would save us the trouble of writing these things every week.

From the latest Live Nation press release:

Live Nation, in its continued effort to give fans more of what they want and make concerts more affordable in these economic times, announced today that all lawn and general admission tickets will be sold at an all-in price of $24.99* - no extra fees - as this week’s installment of “No Service Fee Wednesday.”

Participating venues in Cleveland include: Nautica Pavilion, Blossom Music Center and Time Warner Cable Amphitheater at Tower City.

This offer will be available exclusively at www.livenation.com.

They must really want to get rid of those Creed tickets. —Michael Gallucci

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