Blackpink Concertgoer Issues LOD Against Live Nation For ‘Non-Existent Seat’
Some concertgoers were disappointed by the seats they were sold for the recent Blackpink concert and one fan decided to seek for a refund through legal means.
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Blackpink’s concert at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium was a hit over the weekend. Even Youth and Sports Minister Hannah Yeoh praised Blinks (Blackpink fans) for their orderly conduct at the concert despite the huge attendance.
Unfortunately, some fans’ experience was marred by the seats they received. It was alleged that more seats were added at the last minute which might have contributed to the seating issues.
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Twitter user Nas Rahman expressed his disappointment with the seat he booked.
He was supposed to be seated in section 207, row G, number 37. When he got to the row, the last seat was numbered 36. He ended up having to stand at the point of entry and after a while, sat on the stairs.
In an update, Nas, who owns a law firm, said he has sent a Letter of Demand to Live Nation and Go Live Asia to seek refunds.
UPDATE:— Nas Rahman (@nas_rahmann) March 6, 2023
Aku dah hantar LOD (Letter of Demand) kepada Go Live dan Live Nation untuk tuntut refund harga tiket dan sedikit pampasan gantirugi.
Kita tengok macam mana nanti. pic.twitter.com/BmrPXhZZxc
Meanwhile, a concertgoer lamented that their view of the stage was blocked by a fence. They felt disappointed because they claimed they paid RM500 for the ticket and they didn’t pay for seats with a restricted view.
Another person claimed they were sold seats that didn’t exist and this happened to others too.
Due to this, they allegedly missed several performances because they had to walk around the whole stadium for 30 minutes after the show started to look for any available seats.
TRP reached out to Live Nation for comments, however, the response received is not suitable to publish as they did not provide answers relevant to the questions we posed.
As of press time, we are still waiting for an official response from Live Nation.
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