A Decade of Difference: Bono, Gaga, etc. to Celebrate Clinton, Expect Tickets to Be Expensive
I was just browsing the Yahoo! Homepage and noticed they are hyping a really big concert that will be broadcast live exclusively on Yahoo! According to Yahoo! “Lady Gaga, Bono and The Edge, Usher, and other stars will gather in October to honor President Clinton’s charitable work, and 65th birthday.” They are calling it a “once in a lifetime experience” a “landmark event” and “the concert event of the year”.
UPDATE: Our friend at Yahoo! have just report that Kenny Chesney, K’naan and Juanes will be joining the Bill Clinton Concert Lineup.
With the artists already scheduled to play, I am not really in a place to argue. I have embedded the videos below and then outlined the Clinton Concert A Decade of Difference lineup, and lastly I have looked at ticket prices (which I will continue to update). I expect this concert to do really well, which is great considering this is a benefit concert for the William J. Clinton Foundation. I have to give props to fellow Hoya Billy C, and hopefully those out West will support his foundation by attending the concert.
A Decade of Difference Tickets
A Decade of Difference Videos
Bill Clinton Concert Lineup
U2’s Edge and Bono
A Decade of Difference Concert Key Dates
Onsale to General Public: Monday 9/19/11 at 10:00 AM PDT
(AMEX) American Express A Decade of Difference Presale Start: Thursday 9/15/11 at 10:00 AM PDT through Sunday 9/18/11 at 10:00 PM PDT
A Decade of Difference Concert Date: October 15, 2011 at the Holly Wood Bowl
A Decade of Difference Tickets and Prices
Clinton Concert Face Value Ticket Prices
Tickets for the Decade of Difference concert range from $50-$250 on the primary ticket market.
$50.00 Ticket + US $12.70 Fees = $62.70
$250.00 Ticket + US $23.65 Fees = US $273.65
Secondary Ticket Market Ticket Prices
A Decade of Difference Concert Summary
Location: Hollywood, CA
Venue: Hollywood Bowl
Date: Saturday October 15
Time: 7PM Pacific
I definitely expect A Decade of Difference tickets to be hard to get. But they might be worth the effort. Read more at the Clinton Foundation website.