22 February 2008 at 11:19 posted by Bart Van Belle 3 Comments

Interesting article in Focus Knack last week about the increasing prices for concerttickets (in Dutch). It show a graphic with the evolution of the prices for dEUS-concerts (in Belgium). And also a nice ticketscan from the early dEUS-years.

3 Responses so far.

  1. Om van de omgekeerde evenredigheid tussen de schoonheid en de kostprijs van een concertticket nog maar te zwijgen!

    Ik heb bij me thuis op het toilet een collage hangen van al mijn oude concerttickets. Als ik dat vergelijk met de enheidsworst die je nu krijgt...

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is true. A ticket for the PJ Harvey show at Dublin's Olympia cost a whopping 60 euros recently. But other shows there are much cheaper. But I also had to pay two extra charges on the Crowded House ticket at the same venue adding several euros on to the ticket price. Puts me off going if they are that costly. PJ Harvey was asked about the rise in prices in an interview but didn't seem to know too much about it.

  3. britzelbeere says:

    Funny, cause in Germany dEUS ticks are always surprisingly cheap. I paid around 20 DM (10 Euros) in 1996, then 19 Euros in 2005 and around 22 Euros in 2006.