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Monday, August 22, 2016

You can snag tickets for the Make America Rock Again tour for $5 if you hate music

Posted By on Mon, Aug 22, 2016 at 11:27 AM

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The Make America Rock Again tour, featuring bands like Trapt, Saliva and Alien Ant Farm hits Venue 578 on Oct. 1. While we question the premise behind the tour's title – did America really stop rocking, or did it just get sick of your skeeze-bro brand of posturing butt-rock, guys? – it does exist. And, thanks to Groupon, if you have $5 that you want to spend on that thing, you can. There are supposedly only a limited number of $5 tickets for the concert, but Groupon also claims that over 1,000 of those $5 tickets have been purchased, which has to be bullshit, right? Anyway, there's also a $10 option if those run out. Interestingly, VIP packages that include two drinks and food or a meet-and-greet with the bands run for $39 and $49, respectively. There's no info on where the food is from, but keep in mind that Venue 578 doesn't have a kitchen. 

Oh, we almost forgot the most important part: Crazytown, the band that did that awful "Butterfly" song, will be performing. And we can only assume that they will play this for 45 minutes straight.

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