Rage Against The Machine Raise $3 Million For Charity, Stop About 85% Of Ticket Scalpers

Tickets for Rage Against The Machine’s reunion tour officially went on sale on February 13, but a lot of fans were outraged due to high prices and being unable to score tickets. Tom Morello has since commented on the situation, saying the most expensive tickets were $125 and that the band were actually able to stop about 85% of scalpers. However, the group did increase the prices on the last 10% of tickets in an effort to raise money for charity, an initiative that actually generated over $3 million for local charities in just 48 hours.

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