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Bob Dylan Combats Scalpers With Ticketless, Cash Only Show

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Bob Dylan Combats Scalpers With Ticketless, Cash Only Show. Bob Dylan is the latest artist to find a way around scalpers and outrageous service fees from outlets like Ticketmaster and Live Nation. He wants his fans to pay cash at the door. For his upcoming show at the Warfield in San Francisco, the first time he’s played at the venue in 15 years, Dylan fans won’t be able to buy tickets in advance. They won’t even be able to buy tickets at the box office either. Instead, the 2,250 fans who want to see Dylan will be able to queue up beginning at Noon on Wednesday, August 25th. The doors will open at 5:30pm and the show will begin at 8:00pm. It’ll cost fans $60 each at the door and they’ll accept cash only. Each person will only be able to buy one entrance. Think of it more as a cover charge to get into the Warfield, then an actual ticketed event. “Given the state of touring and how fees have escalated, it was a real breath of fresh air to do something very consumer oriented by eliminating all ticketing charges. It’s almost a throwback to another time,” said promoter Goldenvoice’s David Lefkowitz. Dylan is the latest artist trying to combat scalpers. Tom Waits and Miley Cyrus both employed Ticketmaster’s Paperless Ticketing system last year on their tours, which required ticket buyers to present their credit card and ID to enter the venue

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