Clear Channel Entertainment Brings Music to All

By | April 2, 2003 at 12:00 AM

Clear Channel Entertainment today announced that it is recommitting itself to making music affordable for everyone. Beginning with the 2003 summer season, Clear Channel Entertainment will work with numerous bands and artists, to make available to the public tickets starting at $10 for many concerts at each of the company’s outdoor amphitheaters. The ten-dollar ticket will be available at venue box offices on a limited basis only.

Music and the excitement of a live concert should be within the reach of everyone; families, students, young and old. With the cooperation of the artists, a limited number of tickets will be available at the very reasonable price of $10.

“We want to reintroduce people back to the outdoor summer concert experience. The lights go down, you hear the roar of the crowd, the artist hits the stage and you hear the first few notes of your favorite song – all under the stars at our state-of-the-art amphitheaters,” stated Don Law, Co-CEO and Chairman of Clear Channel Entertainment – Music. “There really is nothing like the live concert experience. It is time for us to get back to where everyone can afford to enjoy a concert with family and friends.”

“We look forward to working with the artists, agents and management. Everyone working together to make this program a tremendous success,” notes Clear Channel Entertainment – Music Co-CEO and President, Dave Lucas. “Everyone benefits from this program, we welcome new and old fans to our amphitheaters, artists reach more of their audiences and fans can afford to see their favorite bands.”