#1
The band or the venue?
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#3
The promoter.
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#6
Neither, it's the agency/promoter that sets up the show. They set the price, then they add on money depending on the costs that the venue charges them for putting on the show, then the website you buy it from will add stupid charges.
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#7
Both. They both ask for a cut. Ultimatley, it ends in the promoter hands.
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#8
Doesn't matter. Ticketmaster buys them all then sets their own price.
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The promoter.


This.

EXAMPLE:

Mastodon, BTBAM, Baroness, Valient Thorr tickets - 20 bucks

Alice in Chains, Deftones, Mastodon tickets - 50 bucks

Albeit the former was in a small theater, I'm still pissed.
#10
Promoters set different prices. The cost to book the band, the venues booking cost and the promoters charge factor in. And then handling fees from ticket vendors. all that adds up to the final ticket cost.
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#11
promoter/venue
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