Transcript for Taylor Swift fans appear in Los Angeles court against Live Nation, Ticketmaster
- Now, on GMA with the latest on that major ticketing debacle for the rollout of Taylor Swift's Eras tour. Swifties are not just gonna shake it off, they are suing Ticketmaster and Live Nation. Mola Lenghi has that story.
[TAYLOR SWIFT, "ANTI-HERO"] It's me. Hi. I'm the problem, it's me.
MOLA LENGHI: This morning, Swifties taking on Ticketmaster and its parent company Live Nation. Descending on an LA courtroom, demanding change after that botched ticket rollout for Taylor Swift's highly-anticipated Eras tour.
- It's like a chess match and this is just one move, right? I feel like we're-- the momentum is going in the right direction.
MOLA LENGHI: As many as 340 fans joining the lawsuit, alleging Ticketmaster intentionally misled them back in November and that the company engaged in fraud, price-fixing, and antitrust violations. Now, plaintiffs hoping to break up what they believe is a monopoly, demanding $2,500 for each violation.
- And the tickets are so overpriced that the average person isn't gonna be able to go anymore.
MOLA LENGHI: During a Senate Judiciary hearing in January, Live Nation apologizing for the frustrating ticket rollout that attributed to a high volume of bot attacks.
- We apologize to the fans. We apologize to Ms. Swift. We need to do better and we will do better.
MOLA LENGHI: But the CEO saying at the time, they're not responsible for setting ticket prices or for service fees attached to venues.
Well, Monday's court hearing was mostly procedural. It's still very early in this legal process. The next court date is scheduled for May 25, guys.
- And the Swifties will be looking forward to that.
- They will.
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