Tickets For AEROSMITH's Honolulu Concert Going Fast

KGMB9 News reports: Tickets for the October 18 AEROSMITH concert at Neil S. Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu, Hawaii went on sale Saturday at 9:00 a.m. An hour later, almost all of the tickets under $100 were sold. So, if you want to go to the concert with a friend, date, or spouse, the only way you'll be able to sit together is to buy two tickets at $197 each. With service charges on Ticketmaster, that would come out to a total of $420.80.

"They still got seats downstairs, but it's a limit of 8 and if you can't afford to spend $200, you know you ain't gonna be able to sit downstairs," one ticket buyer said.

AEROSMITH will give two concerts in Hawaii — one at the Blaisdell Arena and the other at Maui War Memorial Stadium on Tuesday, October 20. That's a makeup concert for the show they cancelled there two years ago. Singer Steven Tyler told promoter Tom Moffatt that the group has wanted to come to Hawaii since 1976.


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