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Street Scene Announces that The Killers will Headline
Although they always have pretty good lineups, San Diego's Street Scene never seems to get our attention. Until now.
Today they announced that The Killers, Muse, Panic! at the Disco, Social Distortion, Air, Arctic Monkeys, Too $hort, G. Love, The Editors, The Academy Is..., Clap Your Hands And Say Yeah, Gym Class Heroes, Mute Math, Honeycut, Ozomatli and others will play their two day festival down by the ocean in Del Mar, but what got us was something that we'd never seen before - those fuckers are selling tickets to watch from the stage!
For the low low price of $1,150 a ticket, you can be the proud owner of the Street Scene 2007 VIP Platinum Package which gets you:
- Two Day Admission to Street Scene
- Exclusive VIP Entrance
- Preferred Parking
- Exclusive admission to the VIP Paddock Lounge (a relaxing respite located at the pulse of Street Scene, where you will find: 1. Numerous food and beverage opportunities, 2. Exclusive bathroom facilities, 3. Video feed from your favorite stages, 4. Party atmosphere with live DJ )
- Exclusive access to two intimate post show performances featuring acts from Street Scene at either House of Blues or 4th and B
- Private access to Rooftop Terrace (overlooking two stages and the Pacific Ocean, the Rooftop Terrace is THE place to be at Street Scene for relaxing before, during and after acts perform. Complimentary Food and Beverage included.)
- Exclusive ON STAGE ACCESS to view all of your favorite bands.
Figuring out how to jack up tickets that go for $120 to almost ten times that amount, now that's how to stay classy, San Diego.