Concerts in the Bay Area

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Concerts in the Bay Area

Gabriela Miller attended the twenty one pilots concert, it was full of excitement.

Gabriela Miller attended the twenty one pilots concert, it was full of excitement.

Gabriela Miller

Gabriela Miller attended the twenty one pilots concert, it was full of excitement.

Gabriela Miller

Gabriela Miller

Gabriela Miller attended the twenty one pilots concert, it was full of excitement.

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    Playing live in front of an audience is every artist’s dream, but it’s also every fan’s dream to see their favorite artist live. However, concerts never seem to come cheap, especially here in the Bay Area. Student populated concerts have been Twenty One Pilots, Drake, Kanye West, and Beyonce.

  Recently, the most popular was Drake’s, all which came with a hefty price. “We sat right above the floor area about 3 rows back so we were really close. The tickets were about $120, however my friend from volleyball’s dad paid for them as a birthday treat for her.” said Mahlia Jackson (‘19).Beyonce

  Twenty One Pilots played over the summer on two dates: July 22nd and July 23rd. It was a general admission concert meaning there was no assigned seating. When the tickets went on sale they were $40,but they sold out very fast. After they were sold out the tickets were being resold online for around $100.

   The concert began at 7pm, but if you wanted to be in the pit people began lining up at 6am. Overall, twenty one pilots performed all of their best songs, and even some old ones,  and were very interactive with the crowd.

   Another major concert that happened September 17th was the Beyonce concert. Amador’s own Philippe Fiankan (‘17) attended this concert. Some even shelled out $850 for four tickets.

    Marin Tollefsen (‘20) and David Gjerde (‘20) both went to the Kanye West concert last month. Marin paying $79 for one ticket that was “in the very top section, far away” and David paid $130 for nosebleed seats.

   David Gjerde (‘20) “It was totally worth the price I paid. Some people I know got floor seats for just $15 more but I don’t care, it was a great night regardless.”

   Tickets for the Kanye West concert had a big gap in the cost, ranging from $50-300 dollars, but the resale prices are through the roof.

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