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Agreed. Stadiums are probably the worst place to experience a concert.
If the Stones sold tickets at $10 each then they would sell out immediately, and scalpers would sell them on at $500 or more. There is no easy fix for selling out a stadium show with 50,000 tickets at super-low prices. Also, somebody have to pay for fivde star hotels and all of the cost of large touring parties. This goes for all bands. Stones, McCartney, they do all bring family and a large entourage. Also, they have a market value the scalpers will ask for if tickets are underpriced. I just wonder how cheap tickets are expected to stay cheap in a commercial market.