Ticketmaster has revealed its list of eligible makeup concerts as part of its Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster Class Action Lawsuit.
The lawsuit which we reported on earlier, is finally making leeway in its claims to reimburse customers through vouchers and “free” concert tickets. United States residents have to simply log in to their Ticketmaster account and check under “Active Vouchers” which is in “Your Account.” The full list on concerts and the details of the vouchers can be found here.
As Gawker points out the “free” nature of these tickets is quite misleading because the whole suit came about in response to Ticketmaster overcharging for their service fees. So you’ve already paid the company, now they are just giving you your money’s worth.
These Ticketmaster vouchers are like finding money in your couch cushions, then realizing it’s foreign currency from a failed state.
— Brian Beutler (@brianbeutler) June 22, 2016
The vouchers are available to customers who purchased a ticket affected between the years of 1999 and 2013. The concerts listed are available on a first come, first serve basis and are restricted to only Live Nation venues. The concerts range in genre but some highlights are The Cure, Weezer, Passion Pit, Sublime, Slipknot, Bob Dylan, Hall and Oates, Death Cab for Cutie, Snoop Dogg and The Beach Boys.
17 free concert ticket vouchers. 0 eligible events within 800 miles. Neat, @Ticketmaster.
— Alex Carson (@AlexCarson) June 22, 2016
Photo by Nick Tiringer