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Friday, May 29, 2009

Tickets For Bush-Clinton 'Conversation' Not That Hot

Still hundreds of tickest remaining for ex-presidents' speech in Toronto
David Bester is a man willing to go to great lengths for a spectacular show. Indie rock band The Hold Steady is worth it, he says. U.S. Presidents numbers 42 and 43 are not.
So he's selling the two tickets he purchased to tomorrow afternoon's "conversation" between George W. Bush and Bill Clinton at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for less than their $189 face value.
"I bought them the day they became available. At the time I was very excited to go," Mr. Bester said yesterday.
"It seemed like a really neat opportunity to go and hear something that is unusual, but the security precautions they are taking are turning it essentially into an all-day affair... I just could care less right now."
What was meant to be the hottest ticket in town isn't proving to be an easy sell.
Organizer Christian Darbyshire yesterday said "400 or 500" tickets were still available from a total of 6,000. LinkHere


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