Article discussing the prices:
My answer to this question is this: I went to some concerts over the years (must be hundreds now, club gigs and bigger shows), nothing can replace the "experience" of being there and hearing "live music". No video, no audio, no memory in your head... Doesn't matter if it's an old band doing old stuff or a new one trying out their new songs on an unsuspecting audience. You need to be there to take it all in: the atmosphere of the live show, the lights, the loudness, the guitarist pouring out sweat...
No, but should be easy to find out via the official GNR website? I heard about a t-shirt, I think...
I have seen a few articles on fb popping up saying how high the ticket prices are. But here is the thing. Like any band enough ppl will pay the ticket price. There will always be people complaining about it. And this is not just a GNR thing. I could name you a few bands that cost the same if not more.
AC/DC was not cheap
Bruce Springsteen I looked a few years ago at a Wembley Stadium date. Tickets were £100. Fee's not included either
Hell Rolling Stones. Cost hundreds for their 50th anniversary tour.
Not to even mention the pop acts. Taylor swift, Justin Bieber etc.
I'm sorry but it's about time some people grew up. At the end of the day if you can't afford to go. It's a shame I'm sure but slatting the price and he'll ppl that are "dum enough to pay the prices". It's going to solve it.
Some people and I fully admit are one of them have waited most their life to see them live. It costs alot granted. But if you want to see them ppl will. Hell clearly enough ppl are. Or 2nd date wouldn't be added.