Yes, Hall & Oates Tickets Are $100, But They Could Also Be $375
Most people outside the Loop may think that the duo has been in mothballs since 1987, but the pair tour on the reg, and Hall has stayed busy in his own right with his syndicated television show Live From Daryl's House with Daryl Hall. Oates logs time making solo albums and the random guest spot on singles by younger acts.
The thing that sticks out the most about this upcoming Arena Theatre show is the price tag, $99.50 with a six-ticket limit per sale.
The Arena site notes ominously that "the stage will not rotate for this event." What you got against a rotating stage, H&O?
But for $375, two people can get a VIP package that affords you front-row access, a $50 food/beverage credit at the concession stands, free parking, the ability to skip all the lines, and you get a cool collector's badge.
Sadly, there is no meet-and-greet privileges, even at that price tag.
Arena Theatre rep Ernesto Garcia says that both options are selling briskly and that interest has been high for the show.
VIP packages are nothing new, and the $375 price tag is on par with most major touring acts. VIP deals without getting an autograph or a photo is not unusual either.
VIP Nation has listings of ever major VIP package going right now for Live Nation gigs. Elsewhere there are listings for Justin Bieber packages going for upwards of $4,000. Can you get high with the Canadian bad boy for that price?