MUSIC: Between outrage, derision and good jokes, fans or “haters” rebounded yesterday on the tarif they deem more than excessive …
A Minimum of 86 euros, or 97.20 euros in category 1, and 110 euros in the gold category. This will be the price to pay to attend one of two concerts by Drake in Paris on the 12th and 13th March in the AccorHotels Arena (Bercy) in Paris.
— Drizzy (@Drake) 10 October 2016
If fans were initially jumping for joy at the idea of being able to applaud the Canadian rapper during his European tour The Boy Meets World, the ticket price has many reacting, with many posts on social media.
“He’s just the boyfriend of Rihanna Rihanna not: /”
Some were outraged, others preferred to laugh. “Tickets for the concert of Drake, I do not believe it is possible that a place in pit costs € 86” can be read on a Twitter account.
Le prix des billets pour le concert de Drake j’y crois pas, c’est impossible qu’une place en fosse coûte 86€
— julie. (@imxadreamer) 11 October 2016
j’étais chaud pour prendre les places pour voir Drake mais pour ce prix Rihanna elle a intérêt m’apporter un seau de KFC en personne wsh
— Bruuh (@angxlvs) 10 October 2016
Une âme charitable pour m’offrir une place pour Drake ? ?
— une garce (@MontagneMaelle) 12 October 2016
Last December, a Standing position on the floor to listen to Madonna cost only 51 euros, it cost less than 60 euros also to appreciate Muse in February 2015. All of which leads to a surfer “I’m afraid to see prices like this for concert tickets of Drake, do not forget that he is just the boyfriend of Rihanna Rihanna not: / “.
The Facebook page of the event brings together over 11,000 interested people
Others have rather played the game of derision. A person has asked Facebook to Banque Postale, a loan to attend concerts, another proposed to exchange his 2008 car against a place in category 1. A real contest of jokes. Even Konbini it is put by posting a gif felt good on his Twitter account.
Quand on a vu le prix des places pour le concert de Drake à Paris pic.twitter.com/mcaMaXLYPQ
— Konbini France (@KonbiniFr) 10 October 2016