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Big 4 equals Big Bucks….Metal At Yankee Stadium

Are the Big 4 bands doing these shows for the money or the music?

It makes you wonder.  Why you ask?

The most expensive ticket for their September 14th gig at Yankee Stadium is $225.  The cheapest is $90.

After all the bulls**t ticketmaster fees, the cheapest seat will still cost you about $115 (for seats in the upper-deck). 

I love Metallica.  I have seen them a ton of times.

I would really love to see Anthrax as well, but I cant see myself spending this kind of money.

I don’t really care for Megadeth or Slayer.  So that means, I would pay $115 for sh*t seats for two bands.     

All four of these bands don’t need the money.  They can do these shows for free if the wanted to.  It would have been a great tribute to their fans if they would’ve have sold tickets to these shows for the same price concerts where when these bands first started out. 

I am sure this will sell-out, but for this fan, I would rather purchase the Big 4 DVD for $25 and enjoy the show from my couch – maybe a beer in my hand as well. 

Here are the ticket prices and seating levels:

* Front general-admission floor: $225
* Back general-admission floor: $175
* Reserved lower-level seats: $119
* Upper-deck reserved seats: $90


Enjoy the show if you can afford it.

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