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

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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