Another Day, Another Time: Celebrating the Music of ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ Benefit Concert

Joel and Ethan CoenT-Bone Burnett, and Scott Rudin announced yesterday a benefit concert entitled Another Day, Another Time: Celebrating the Music of “Inside Llewyn Davis,” which will take place at The Town Hall in New York City on Sunday, September 29, 2013. A portion of the proceeds from the concert will benefit the National Recording Preservation Foundation.

I became very interested in this concert especially with Jack White and Patti Smith on the bill. I tried to get presale tickets today but they sold out in 1 minute when I was online  trying to purchase (Unavailable at 12:01 p.m.)

There are only 1,500 seats at Town Hall in NYC. Will try my luck with the public sale tomorrow on Ticketmaster. ($100, $75).  I haven’t found the event listed on their Website yet but that may be immaterial by tomorrow at 12:01 pm. I think the odds are against us on attending this event as the publicity was very widespread.

I am hoping this concert may be filmed. I personally think it should be made available as a Live Webcast with the demand for tickets being what it is. ;)

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6 thoughts on “Another Day, Another Time: Celebrating the Music of ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ Benefit Concert

    1. I notice that StubHub has 155 tickets, those bastards (10% of the seating capacity). I have attended concerts for 44 years and have never paid a scalper for a ticket and I never will. I always pay face value for my tickets plus fees. I don’t support scalping.

      1. I agree. My husband said those scalpers have special computer programs that log in in synch with ticketmaster. He knew we’d see tix on stub hub. I’m not paying, either, too much money!!!!! I’m going to email the head of Town Hall this morning. I know the artists don’t like scalping at all and this is technological scalping!!!!!

      2. It’s absolutely ridiculous that those genuinely wanting tickets miss out while others take advantage of technology and whatever else is required to get access and then scalp for exorberant prices. It’s happening all over the place though – in the past 24 hrs we’ve had issues with presale tickets being scalped here in Aus ( http://themusic.com.au/news/all/2013/08/22/bruce-springsteen-tickets-scalped-as-pre-sale-crashes/ ) – website traffic was so congested it took me 2 1/2 hours to finally purchase (as a legitimate customer!)

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