• Congress has received a letter from Hollywood
  • Many artists want protections at the box office
  • THIS is the scoop

On April 25, over 250 popular musicians signed an open letter to the Senate Commerce Committee demanding reforms to the current live-event ticketing system. The open letter was organized by Fix the Tix, a coalition spearheaded by the National Independent Venue Association and Eventbrite. Musicians who signed the letter include: Billie Eilish, Dave Matthews and Green Day.

Enough is enough

"We are joining together to say that the current system is broken: predatory resellers and secondary platforms engage in deceptive ticketing practices to inflate ticket prices and deprive fans of the chance to see their favorite artists at a fair price," the letter said.

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Other artists to sign the open letter include: , Cyndi Lauper, Lorde and Fall Out Boy...

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