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- Posted on Jun 1st 2010 12:00PM by Mike Ayers
Thanks to that announcement, fans of popular acts such as Tom Petty, My Morning Jacket, Dave Matthews Band, MGMT, the Black Keys, Kings of Leon and Phish will have the chance to save some cash before the show. Classic rock fans can also get some no-fee action for Jethro Tull, the Doobie Brothers, Yes, Rush, Santana and Kiss, while modern rock devotees can have some fee-free Paramore, 311, Green Day and the Vans Warped Tour.
As concert prices have risen dramatically over the last several years, Live Nation says they're aiming to be more affordable. And it'll work out for popular acts too -- with more money in fans' pockets, the more they'll have to spend at the merchandise and concession stands.
For the complete list of no-fee shows, head to Livenation.com.