A group of ticket-holders for the now-infamous Fyre Festival in early 2017 were awarded a nearly $2 million payout by the US Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of New York , pending final approval. The class-action settlement, which would apply to 277 ticket-holders, amounts to approximately $7,220 per claimant. “[Festival founder] Billy [McFarland] went to jail, ticket holders can get some money back, and some very entertainment documentaries were made,” says Ben Meiselas, a partner at Geragos & Geragos, which represented ticket holders in the lawsuit. “Now that’s justice.” Fyre Festival has become something of a cliche in live event circles, after the event was hyped as a sort of new-wave in festival luxury, only to see a near-total collapse as attendees arrived to the island location. Instead of the “cultural experience of the decade” that they were promised, ticket-holders arrived to the Bahamas to find disaster relief tents and inadequate food, causing the event’s near-immediate cancellation. This is despite paying ticket prices that ranged between $1-12,000 per ticket to attend, with copious social media influencers brought on to hype the event. In the wake of the collapse, McFarland and co-founder Ja Rule were targeted by numerous lawsuits from event partners and attendees alike, who alleged fraud, breach of contract and more. McFarland is serving a six-year prison sentence stemming from wire fraud charges related to the debacle, while Ja Rule has largely dodged serious consequences for his role in the affair. “I cannot emphasize enough how sorry I am that we fell short of our goal,” McFarland said in a 2017 statement, though he declined to address specific allegations. “I’m committed to, and working actively to, find a way to make this right, not just for investors but for those who planned to attend.” A hearing to determine whether the settlement will be approved is scheduled for May 13. The final amount could be changed depending on available funds as other creditors are made whole. The post Fyre Fest Ticket Holders Could Get $7,000 Each in Settlement appeared first on TicketNews .
Five U.S. Representatives have asked the Biden Administration to take steps towards more strongly regulating the live event tickets marketplace, particularly with its handling of the “longtime Live Nation-Ticketmaster monopoly.” Longtime critics of the industry and the enormous business at its center Bill Pascrell (D-NJ), Frank Pallone (D-NJ) and Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) were joined by Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) and David Cicilline (D-RI) in signing a letter calling for consumer-friendly action targeting both the primary and resale ticket marketplaces. “We write in support of strong antitrust enforcement by the Biden Administration, including the live event ticket sales marketplace. The evidence is overwhelming that the 2010 merger between the world’s largest concert promoter, Live Nation, and the biggest ticket provider, Ticketmaster, has strangled competition in live entertainment ticketing and harmed consumers and must be revisited,” the members write the Attorney General and Acting Chair of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Pascrell and Pallone commissioned a 2018 Government Accountability Office report that had among its findings the concentration of more than 80 percent of venue ticket sales in the hands of one company – Live Nation Entertainment. Pascrell is the principal sponsor of the BOSS act , which seeks to add protections for consumers against the excesses of such a concentrated marketplace for live events, as well as add transparency and consumer protections on secondary marketplaces. Schakowsky is Chairwoman of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce, while Cicilline is Chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administration Law. Live Nation has been subject to a consent decree put in place by the Obama Administration as part of the deal that allowed its merger with Ticketmaster to go through. That was originally scheduled to expire in 2020, but instead renewed in a settlement with the Justice Department over multiple allegations of anti-competitive behavior directly prohibited by the consent decree. It is now in force through at least 2025. In the letter, the members of congress took specific aim at actions taken by Live Nation/Ticketmaster even after that settlement, saying it “rebranded its anticompetitive ways under the guise of protecting the public health” amid the COVID pandemic. “Throughout the coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, LNE has rebranded its anticompetitive ways under the guise of protecting the public health. As reported in Billboard Magazine, “Ticket transfer technology used to restrict fans from reselling tickets to high demand shows will now be used to make ‘entry safer’ by requiring most person[s] entering a concert venue to register an account with Ticketmaster.” While local governments should work with local venues to ensure common sense public health protections for fans, such as mask-wearing and social distancing, we cannot allow Ticketmaster to leverage the pandemic to choke off competition by eliminating ticket transfer.” The full letter sent to Attorney General Merrick Garland and Acting FTC Chair Rebecca Slaughter is available below: April 19, 2021 Dear Attorney General Garland and Acting Chairwoman Slaughter: We write in support of strong antitrust enforcement by the Biden Administration, including the live event ticket sales marketplace. The evidence is overwhelming that the 2010 merger between the world’s largest concert promoter, Live Nation, and the biggest ticket provider, Ticketmaster, has strangled competition in live entertainment ticketing and harmed consumers and must be revisited. According to the Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) 2018 report, Live Nation Entertainment (LNE), holds more than 80 percent of the venue ticket sales market. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) held an important workshop in 2019 that examined the ticketing industry and heard concerns on LNE’s anticompetitive behavior from actors throughout the industry. These important federal reviews, combined with troubling media reports and state sponsored reports, show that more can be done to investigate potentially unfair, deceptive, and anticompetitive practices in the ticket industry. Since the merger, we have witnessed how pitfalls of the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) consent decree has failed to protect competition and consumers. The DOJ itself has found that LNE has repeatedly violated the terms of the agreement over the course of the last 10 years by threatening venues and forcing the bundling of artists with ticketing services. These practices have enabled Ticketmaster to maintain its control of more than 80 percent of the primary ticketing sale market and to grow its position in the secondary market. We believe the prior administration’s decision to extend the consent decree in 2019 to 2025 was insufficient to protect consumers. In its decision, DOJ did not demonstrate why extending the consent decree with only minor modifications would prevent LNE from continuing anticompetitive conduct. Rather than double-down on a failed approach, DOJ must now take steps needed to restore competition to the ticketing marketplace. Not satisfied with its near monopoly of the primary sale of tickets, LNE has tightened its grasp on the secondary market, making it one of the largest ticket resellers in the United States. The company is now leveraging its position in the primary channel to drive out competition in the resale market and allowing for potentially unfair and deceptive practices. One recent example we are concerned about is the introduction of a smart phone ticketing product, known as “SafeTix,” which was purportedly created to fight fraud. However, LNE is using this program to ensure that tickets can only be resold or gifted within the Ticketmaster system. Ticketmaster has also used “SafeTix” to cancel resold tickets minutes before showtime. Media reports tell of patrons who purchased tickets on a competing resale platform being literally left out in the street while the show went on without them. If true, these reports may support claims of unfair and deceptive practices by LNE. Throughout the coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, LNE has rebranded its anticompetitive ways under the guise of protecting the public health. As reported in Billboard Magazine, “Ticket transfer technology used to restrict fans from reselling tickets to high demand shows will now be used to make ‘entry safer’ by requiring most person[s] entering a concert venue to register an account with Ticketmaster.” While local governments should work with local venues to ensure common sense public health protections for fans, such as mask-wearing and social distancing, we cannot allow Ticketmaster to leverage the pandemic to choke off competition by eliminating ticket transfer. Although, sadly, the pandemic continues to prevent a return to packed venues, hope is on the horizon that live events will begin to resume. Indeed, the governors of New York and New Jersey recently announced the easing of restrictions on live events in large venues. When live events return in earnest, it is imperative that consumers have access to a market that is transparent, fair, and competitive. We know that LNE is not sitting idle during this lull. Your agencies must guard against one company dictating the conditions of the return of live events and cannot permit LNE to mask its anticompetitive instincts under the guise of public health. We strongly urge the DOJ and FTC to protect consumers future access to live events by immediately launching an investigation of LNE’s potentially unfair, deceptive, and anticompetitive practices. The post Representatives Ask Biden Officials to Probe Live Nation-Ticketmaster “Monopoly” appeared first on TicketNews .
A crowd of as many as 5,000 will be allowed to attend a UK concert in early May with no social distancing or face coverings , as part of an effort to determine reopening efforts and safety plans. The concert, which features indie-pop band Blossoms, will take place on May 2 at Liverpool’s Sefton Park, which has a capacity of 7,500 without distancing. The event will “inform our approach to ensuring future big events can take place safely,” according to Health Secretary Matt Hancock. Attendance will require a COVID test immediately before entry, as well as giving contact-tracing information to the National Health Service. Organizers are requiring a lateral flow-type test, which can produce a result within 30 minutes. They are also asking that those who attend take another COVID test after the event, in order to determine the extent of any potential spread that occurs during the performance. Current plans in the UK are for events to begin allowing fans at large events beginning on May 17, with limits in place for attendance and social distancing requirements. The Blossoms concert is one of several events planned by government officials to determine safe reopening methods as the return to live event attendance ramps up across the globe. A larger reopening with limited restrictions is currently expected for mid-June, though some shows remain on sale for before that time despite restrictions . “We’re one step closer to a summer of live events now our science-led programme is underway,” says Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden . “Testing different settings and looking at different mitigations is key to getting crowds back safely and the Sefton Park pilot is an important addition to the programme. After many months without live audiences, Festival Republic are bringing live music back to fans with this very special event and I hope it won’t be too much longer until gigs are back for good”. Tickets to the concert are £29.50 and are limited to one ticket per individual purchase. Additional requirements beyond testing include being registered with a medical practitioner and have no signs of COVID. Festival Republic, a Live Nation offshoot, is promoting the event. The Lathums and Zuzu are also on the day’s bill. “Live music is a must-have in my life, and a year without it is a year too long”, says Festival Republic’s Melvin Benn. “The Sefton Park Pilot is the most important event in the Event Research Programme for getting festivals back this year and I’m delighted to play my part. It’s not about vaccines, it’s not about passports, it’s not about limiting it to a section of society only: it’s about a universal approach to our love of live music for all and demonstrating we can do it safely”. The post UK Plans Concert Without COVID Restrictions to Test Impact appeared first on TicketNews .
Thursday’s presale for Bad Bunny’s 2022 El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo didn’t go as hoped for fans across the country, and Ticketmaster is bearing the brunt of fan anger its wake. “ Ticketmaster Crashes Right on Cue During Bad Bunny Ticket Sale ” reads a headline from DigitalMusicNews.com, while Distractify went with “ Bad Bunny Fans Are This Close to Rioting After Ticketmaster Crashed .” LA Times opted to run with “Congrats on your Vaccine Appointment. But Did You Get Bad Bunny Tickets?” before switching to the more standard “ Did You Get Bad Bunny Tickets? Fans Slam Ticketmaster Crash ” today. Customers venting on social media referenced bad glitching that occured after lengthy wait times, causing tickets to be dropped from carts as they attempted to order for the tour while demand surged. Subsequently, many complained over tickets appearing on resale marketplaces at substantial markup almost immediately – which is standard during any high-profile presale, but frustrating for those who missed out due to a website glitch just the same. The criticism wasn’t limited to Ticketmaster, as some dates at venues using AXS as their primary ticketing partner also saw high traffic and immediate resale spikes. But for the high profile onsale to follow closely on the heels of a disasterous presale for Seattle Sounders FC tickets on Ticketmaster – just months after the team switched back to the Live Nation subsidiary from competitor SeatGeek – have made this a decidedly unpleasant week for the ticketing company just as live events seem to be returning to the forefront of public consciousness. Naturally, fan anger turned right to the resale system when they were unable to score tickets directly – though platinum tickets dynamically priced were a part of the issue. All in all, it was a frustrating day for fans, but the silver lining for those interested in the return of fans to live events is that demand was so high in the first place. While many venues have had some form of return to performances and others are coming soon, this is arguably the first major onsale to draw this kind of action since March of last year. For those who are still looking, resale marketplaces including TicketClub and MegaSeats have plenty of Bad Bunny 2021 tour tickets available now, though the high demand will likely mean that prices are high and will remain so for some time, despite the tour not kicking off until February of next year. The post Bad Bunny Fans Angered by Ticketmaster Presale Failures appeared first on TicketNews .
Box Office Fox is excited to announce their new Artificial Intelligence (AI) Powered Ticket Flipping Predictions are now available. Box Office Fox specializes in professional ticket flipping tools to help people power their ticket reselling business. And they’ve just added a one of a kind feature to their event information database. Using Artificial Intelligence, they’ve come up with an algorithm to predict what events will be hot by looking at hundreds of thousands of completed sales listings from secondary resale markets like Stubhub, and a wide variety of concert attendance statistics and other metrics. The software analyzes secondary market prices compared to face value prices, how fast tickets are selling, and what markets tickets sell best in, for each artist across North America. This machine runs 24/7 and all of this data is calculated automatically as each new event is added to primary ticket outlets. For years, ticket flippers have had to wade through thousands of shows going on sale across North America and predict what events will be hot based on their own research. Co-founder and programmer Eric says “Building these AI Ticket Predictions has been years in the making, and something we are very proud of. This is powerful stuff. We’ve been quietly fine-tuning the machine over the last year while the concert industry has been disrupted with the pandemic. Now, we’re finally ready to open the doors for feedback.” Box Office Fox’s goal is to give users the edge they need before tickets go on sale, to help them discover what’s going on sale soon, get presale passwords, venue capacities, face value ticket prices, Google Trends indicators, Shazam airplay indicators, and more, all in one place. Unlike traditional ticket bots that would illegally buy up tickets and get caught – this is an unstoppable legal ticket bot that tells you exactly what to buy. It makes the picks, you do the buying. There is a lot of very relevant information in one place which gets updated in real time. Co-founder Britt, ordinarily recommends anyone looking to get into ticket flipping to do some “mock buys” for the first couple of months. “Follow the market, watch the completed sales and how inventory is moving. That way you can study the market without getting hurt. When you’re confident you’re making the right picks, that’s when you should make your first buy. With the help of Box Office Fox’s powerful Ticket On-Sale Database, that job becomes a lot easier.” Ticket flipping is a dream job for the digital entrepreneur, van lifer, or anyone who wants that freedom to work from wherever, whenever. Plus you can write-off your own concert tickets as a business expense. Digital entrepreneur Britt, suggests “If you were that kid who ran a lawn mowing business, lemonade stand, a dog walking business, or just hustled – flipping tickets is the next step in your entrepreneur journey.” “This is a suite of professional tools for anyone in the ticket industry. We merge a lot of data from a lot of sources together and bring it all together on one page so it’s easy to login every morning with your coffee and take a look at what’s new, what’s hot, and what to avoid. I couldn’t imagine trying to buy and sell tickets without a resource like this. It would be overwhelming. We saw a need for this tool and so we built it.” says Britt. A free, limited preview of the Ticket Flipping On Sale List is available for anyone just learning how to be a ticket broker. Box Office Fox is also offering a $2 trial for 2 weeks for anyone wanting to try out the full suite of Artificial Intelligence Ticket Flipping Tools . The post Box Office Fox Announces AI Powered Predictions Engine appeared first on TicketNews .
Burning Man, the annual celebration that draws thousands to a temporary desert metropolis of Black Rock City, won’t decide whetier it will hold a 2021 event until April 30. But fans who don’t want to wait that long have the opportunity to buy a “reservation” now granting them rights to purchase tickets to two consecutive events when they go on sale. The cost? $2,500. Should they hold an event this year, the famously libertarian event will require vaccinations against COVID, due largely to state regulations that would require them for an event of that size to receive permission to go. Organizers say that they would need to have more than 60,000 attend to make it financially viable. But largesse experienced from donations received following the cancellation of the 2020 evnt amid the pandemic has granted the organizers the luxury of making their decision without their long-term survival in mind. “If we make the decision to build Black Rock City, it is not one based on the need for the money to have the organization survive,” says CEO Marian Goodell. “So we have the luxury of making the decision based on our values and what’s best for the community and where we’re at at this time.” A total of 1,000 reservations are available, which will translate into a pair of tickets at the 2021 and 2022 events or 2022 and 2023 events should this year not be held. The post Burning Man Offering $2,500 “Reservations”, Will Require Vaccination appeared first on TicketNews .
With rules in place that won’t allow large-scale performances at UK venues until at least the 21st of June, some fans are wondering why tickets are still on sale for a number of shows before that time. Such listings for sale are sewing consumer confusion about if and when events can be expected to be held, as well as allowing event organizers to hold on to consumer cash for shows that are all but assured to be cancelled or postponed due to the ongoing restrictions on live event attendance in the country. That tickets remain on sale for such events is “concerning” to at least one UK politician quoted by the BBC. “People who’ve alerady bought tickets should be able to get a refund, there is no reason for concerts organisers to hang on to their cash,” says Julian Knight, who chairs the House of Commons culture select committee. “The ‘not before’ roadmap date of 21 June has given the industry the clarity it was waiting for – now is the time for the industry to do the responsible thing.” Performances by Alicia Keys, Haim, and Mrs. Brown’s Boys are currently available from primary ticket vendors, despite the fact that they will have to be postponed or cancelled. “These events should be taken off sale,” says senior consumer rights editor of Which? Adam French. “Consumers should also be advised not to buy tickets until the new dates are confirmed, otherwise they could lose out on the cost of booking fees in any refund they are due if they cannot make the new dates.” The holdup appears to be at the promoter level, as they need to inform their partners and ticketing vendors that an event has been postponed or cancelled in order to trigger the process. Live Nation was quoted as saying announcements regarding shows they are promoting are “imminent” while O2 Arena and Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena indicated that they were awaiting information from their promoters before taking any action. Meanwhile, consumers are sitting on tickets that likely won’t happen as planned, with no option but to await further news. “The biggest problem is they’re still selling tickets for a date that they know that’s not going to happen,” says Kat Hakin, who has tickets for a performance at O2 arena by Haim scheduled for before June 21. “I’m frustrated at not being able to make my plans. I don’t expect the concert to go ahead on the 18th at all, but I’m not about to make other plans, just in case. I’ve got to travel and get accommodation for that date, so I don’t want to be doing that at last minute, should Boris [Johnson] bring the opening date forward, which I really can’t see.” Trade associations UK Music, Live and the Concert Promoters’ Association declined to comment for the BBC. The post UK Complaints Mount Over Tickets Being Sold For Shows That Can’t Happen appeared first on TicketNews .
Confusing messages and copious errors plagued the Seattle Sounders ticket sale for season ticket members this week, prompting an apology from the MLS franchise to its fans. The franchise, which returned to using Ticketmaster during the off-season after previously having SeatGeek handle its ticketing needs, apologized Tuesday afternoon after numerous complaints, calling the glitch-filled sale “completely our responsibility.” Tuesday’s sale was for the first five games of the year, and was intended to allow the club’s more than 30,000 season ticket members a shot at the 7,000 seats that will be open following Gov. Jay Inslee and Washington health officials’ approval of their reopening plan. Slots to purchase tickets were intended to be timed to allow longtime members first access, followed by newer members for as long as tickets remained available in the pod-seating system for the 60,000 seat Lumen Field. According to an account posted on sounderatheart.com, things went wrong right from the start of the presale. An 8 a.m. email to season ticket members indicated that tickets were already on sale, hours before the first window of opportunity was actually scheduled. Thousands flooded online queues before the sale even began, and when actual sales opened at 11, “fans were greeted by errors on Ticketmaster or forced to again wait in a queue that numbered in the thousands.” Eligibility windows came and went for members without an opportunity to actually purchase tickets, with technical issues further exacerbated as later windows opened, and more Sounders fans joined the waiting rooms. “The irony in all of this was that the Sounders only recently switched from SeatGeek back to Ticketmaster, seemingly with the express purpose of avoiding situations exactly like this one,” Jeremiah Oshan’s story says. “If any company should have been able to handle something like this, it’s the ticketing giant. Instead, they were apparently caught off guard by the level of demand.” The Seattle Sounders apology was posted the same day as the sale: Earlier today, our club launched its pre-sale for Sounders FC Season Ticket Members to secure tickets for the first five matches of the 2021 MLS season. That launch did not go as planned and provided our Members with a user experience that fell far short of expectations. As our most important constituents, our Members expect a lot from our club, and rightfully so. That bar was not met today, and that is completely our responsibility. Our club apologizes and will do better moving forward. There are no excuses. Please know that we are working with the necessary parties to ensure that all of today’s issues are remedied. While we fell short of both your expectations and our own, our club-wide focus remains on welcoming fans back into Lumen Field as smoothly and safely as possible. We cannot wait to celebrate with you safely again soon, and we are working hard to regain your trust after today’s experience. Thank you for being a Sounder. Fan chatter online was predictably upset, with the team and Ticketmaster earning their ire in equal measures. “I’m so over this season and it hasn’t even started,” said one exasperated fan on one reddit thread following the botched sale.” “I wasn’t part of yesterday’s debacle, but from reading all about it I am certain that SeatGeek would have handled it better,” another opined . “We saw how they dealt with a high demand event for MLS Cup 2019. While it was not fun, I do not recall the technical problems that plagued Ticketmaster yesterday. “The team created the issue by picking ticketmaster. So yea there’s a lot they could of done. there’s also a lot they still could do. A bullshit PR “were sorry” means nothing to 90% of us,” said another. Tickets were supposed to go on sale to the general public Wednesday, but limited availablity was expected in the wake of Tuesday’s presale. Seattle Sounders begin their MLS season with a game Friday against Minnesota United FC. Resale tickets are available through Ticketmaster and other marketplaces for games through May 29th, with later season games expected to go on sale at a later date, with any updates to the number of fans allowed considered prior to setting the seating pods. The post Seattle Sounders Apologize to Fans After Ticketmaster Onsale Fiasco appeared first on TicketNews .
The recently announced Las Vegas showdown between Dustin Poirier and Conor McGregor at UFC 264 headlines this week’s tickets on sale – bringing back high-profile combat sports to Las Vegas on July 10 . The bout between Poirier, currently the UFC’s No. 1 contender in the lightweight division, and McGregor, a two-time champion and fan favorite – is the third between the fighters. Poirier took the second fight between the pair with a KO this past January. Years earlier, McGregor won their first bout by first round KO at UFC 168. The rubber match will take place at T-Mobile Arena, announced just days after the state’s governor announced plans to remove capacity limits on live events by summer. There are numerous other events on sale in coming days, as live events ramp up for fans across the country with ongoing vaccination efforts and a relaxation of restrictions on in-person attendance amid the COVID pandemic. Included among them are performances by Kane Brown, Bad Bunny, Brad Paisley, Widespread Panic, and a number of sports teams. For the full lineup of presales and general sales, consult the tables below (note that they are searchable and sortable) *Sale information is subject to change and presented for informational purposes. Presales may require access passwords to purchase. As always, it is best to contact the venue or ticket retailer to confirm any and all details before purchase. Seller Key: TMUSA: ticketmaster.com ; LIVN: livenation.com ; AXS: axs.com ; ETIX: etix.com ; TFLY: ticketfly.com ; FGATE: frontgatetickets.com ; TCOM: tickets.com ; TWEB: ticketweb.com. Tickets on Sale – Presale Tickets On Sale – General Sale The post Poirier-McGregor 3 UFC Bout Headlines Tickets On Sale appeared first on TicketNews .
A group of Personal Seat License (PSL) owners have filed a lawsuit against the Tennessee Titans, alleging breach of contract and violations of the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act after recent changes to its ticket resale policies. The lawsuit was filed in the Chancery Court of Tennessee at Nashville on March 19 th . Among the allegations in the complaint, the plaintiffs say that the team has enacted changes to its policies that “actively discriminate against PFL owners who resell their tickets,” despite previously encouraging many PSL owners to purchase additional seats with knowledge of resale activity. These changes devalue existing PSLs, part of an effort to force owners who resell tickets to “abandon the PSLs so that the Titans can snatchback ownership of them and resell the PSLs/for their own profit.” “We are confident that the court will find that the team is inappropriately reneging on its commitments,” says Gary Adler, one of plaintiffs’ counsel in a statement. “What the team is doing is wrong, discriminatory, and it devalues the very expensive PSLs and season tickets that my clients and others purchased when the team needed to raise capital.” The complaint lists 11 individuals as plaintiffs and Tennessee Football, Inc. and Cumberland Stadium, Inc. as defendants. It asks the court to prohibit the Titans’ continued punishment of PSL owners for using or reselling their tickets at their discretion. Beyond those directly involved in the lawsuit, the complaint argues that the actions taken by the team harm all who buy or sell tickets to Titans games. By barring the sale or transfer to any individual or business they consider to be a ticket reseller, they limit and reduce the potential market for sale or transfer of PSLs. This, the complaint argues, leaves PSL owners – whether they are ticket resellers or not – “little choice but to return the PSL to the team at a fraction of its real market value.” An email to the Titans’ head of media relations requesting the team’s response to the allegations has not received a response as of Thursday morning. The full complaint is available here Titans Complaint (PDF opens in new window) The post Tennessee Titans Sued by PSL Owners Over Resale Punishments appeared first on TicketNews .