Oh, and by the way, you have absolutely no shot of going. The concert is being hosted by Sirius XM Satellite Radio, in celebration of the 10 year anniversary of satellite radio. Tickets were never made available to the public, so if you didn’t win one through various contests on SiriusXM stations, then you’re not getting in. The 1,500 person venue will be filled mostly with Sirius XM friends and family, with virtually no chance of any tickets reaching a secondary market. Even a brief Craigslist search shows only people willing to be upwards of 10,000 dollars for a seat – with absolutely no sellers.
So, if you wan’t to catch The Boss play his new songs off his recently released ‘Wrecking Ball’ album for the first time, and hear some of your favorite classic, your only option is streaming the concert through Sirius XM’s E Street Radio channel. Sirius is also encouraging you to hold listening parties by offering the first 100 people who tweet a photo of their listening party with the tag #SXMBruceApollo a free copy of ‘Wrecking Ball’, as well as a chance to win a trip for 4 to Springsteen’s March 2 concert in Newark, New Jersey.
What is The Great Googa Mooga? Their website offers little information besides that it will be “an amusement park of food and drink”. There is also expected to be a full line-up of musical acts to be announced in the coming weeks. Based on experiences at both Bonaroo and Outside Lands, you can expect this to be “not your average food festival”. We will keep you posted on more details as they become available.
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