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Attending Elton John’s Concert Next Month In LA Will Cost You $100,000 Per Ticket!

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Elton John is cool and everything, he looks more and more like an old retired woman but that’s not the problem, he is Elton John, the author of  ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’ Tiny Dancer, ‘Rocket Man’…. And so many hits that have shaped my teenager years.

But Elton likes Hilary Clinton and he will play her next and last fundraising in Los Angeles on October 13th. The city of Angels, Hollywood, it’s where the money is, right? Hillary has probably already done tons of these fundraising since the presidential campaign costs more than the gross domestic product of several third world countries but this one takes the cake! Are you ready? According to Variety, a premium ticket will cost you $100,000! But get reassured, for this price you will get  a co-chair reception and premium dinner seating.

‘ Proceeds from the fundraiser will go to the Hillary Victory Fund, a joint committee of Clinton’s campaign, the Democratic National Committee and state party committees.’

Honestly who can afford to go to these events? People like George Clooney and his Hollywood clique which are already working very hard at getting Hillary elected… But why bother with a dinner and old Elton when these same people are already flowing tons of money to Hillary campaign no matter what.

It is just very scary to think about all the money flushed in the toilet. Why does a potential US president need millions to run? or even billions? Yes billions  It is estimated that political candidates, parties, and outside groups will spend at least $5 billion on the 2016 election, more than double the cost of the 2012 campaign. Think about what else could be done with all this money, think how many concert tickets could be sold to these outrageously rich people…. to raise money for the homeless or needy families? This is so obscene

1 Comment

  1. Mary Hyland on September 29, 2016 at 6:12 am

    This news isn’t surprising at all. Performers such as super A-listers Elton John are so accustomed to their shows raking in the biggest bucks, show after show, including their excessively priced merchandise. I am sure it’s commonplace for him and others who have earned their place in the overly priced world of today’s concert ticket sales. While the best seats are gobbled up by electronic scalpers such as Stub Hub and sold at prices large enough to be financed, the rest of the decent to fair to nosebleed seats are also exorbitantly priced and will make or break whether you get to see your favorite band. During this election it’s easy to understand how these fund raisers command ridiculous prices in this Oligarchy age of haves and have nots. And you’re right…it is obscene.

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