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Major Music Acts Are Seeing 20% No-Show Rates at Concerts – The Wall Street Journal

Music fans who dropped hundreds of dollars on concert tickets aren’t showing up.

No-shows, as such concert-goers are called, have increased in significant numbers since the U.S. live-music business restarted this summer, music executives say. For some performances, as many as 20% or more of ticket-buyers were no-shows for major artists like George Strait, the Eagles and Dead & Company, according to industry insiders.

Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/major-music-acts-are-seeing-20-no-show-rates-at-concerts-11639663201

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