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Ticket prices are dropping for Billy Joel’s final MSG concert

Billy Joel played his first concert at Madison Square Garden.46 years later, the Piano Man will perform his 150th — and final — gig at the famous Big Apple venue on Thursday, July 25.“To our audience, I want to thank them for coming to our shows for this long,” Joel shared at a press conference in 2023. “It’s hard to end (and) I just want to thank everyone for the wonderful thing that’s happened here.”Given the historic nature of this farewell show, tickets are quite expensive.However, based on our findings, they are cheaper than they were when we last reported on Billy Joel’s final MSG concert in early July.Back then, tickets started at $633 before fees on Vivid Seats.As of now, the lowest price we could find on Billy Joel tickets was $563 before fees.While not huge, $70 in savings is nothing to sneeze at especially when it includes getting to see Joel one last time before the “lights go out on Broadway.”But wait! There’s more!Floor seats are now more than $600 cheaper (!) than they were a little over two weeks ago.Want to hear “Only The Good Die Young,” “Vienna,” “New York State Of Mind,” “Scenes From An Italian Restaurant,” “Movin’ Out” and so many more timeless hits for a few dollars less?We’ve got everything you need to know and more about Billy Joel’s final MSG concert below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete breakdown of all the best prices on tickets to see Billy Joel at MSG by section versus what they cost on July 3 can be found here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be
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Ticket prices are dropping for Billy Joel’s final MSG concert
Billy Joel played his first concert at Madison Square Garden.46 years later, the Piano Man will perform his 150th — and final — gig at the famous Big Apple venue on Thursday, July 25.“To our audience, I want to thank them for coming to our shows for this long,” Joel shared at a press conference in 2023. “It’s hard to end (and) I just want to thank everyone for the wonderful thing that’s happened here.”Given the historic nature of this farewell show, tickets are quite expensive.However, based on our findings, they are cheaper than they were when we last reported on Billy Joel’s final MSG concert in early July.Back then, tickets started at $633 before fees on Vivid Seats.As of now, the lowest price we could find on Billy Joel tickets was $563 before fees.While not huge, $70 in savings is nothing to sneeze at especially when it includes getting to see Joel one last time before the “lights go out on Broadway.”But wait! There’s more!Floor seats are now more than $600 cheaper (!) than they were a little over two weeks ago.Want to hear “Only The Good Die Young,” “Vienna,” “New York State Of Mind,” “Scenes From An Italian Restaurant,” “Movin’ Out” and so many more timeless hits for a few dollars less?We’ve got everything you need to know and more about Billy Joel’s final MSG concert below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete breakdown of all the best prices on tickets to see Billy Joel at MSG by section versus what they cost on July 3 can be found here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be
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Compton crowds back up Kendrick Lamar in long-awaited music video for ‘Not Like Us’
Kendrick Lamar has dropped the long-awaited music video for his viral Drake diss track, ‘Not Like Us’.Released on July 4 and co-directed by the rapper alongside Dave Free (who Drake had also dissed in ‘Family Matters’), the video features a slew of West Coast icons, including cameos from Tommy the Clown, producer Mustard – wearing a Toronto Blue Jays cap – and former Toronto Raptor DeMar DeRozan.The Compton MC opens with a new set of bars, which also name-drops Los Angeles native and ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ collaborator Kamasi Washington: “Reincarnated, I was stargazing’ / Life goes on honey all of my babies / Woke up, lookin’ for the broccoli / Hot key, keep a horn on me, that Kamasi / IP ownership, the ownership is by me / Mister get off, I get off at my feet.”Along the way, Lamar works out in a sparse room populated by just speakers and canvases, performs alongside Crip-Walking dancers, visits Tam’s Burgers and brings out a massive crowd onto Compton’s streets to jam along to the track.Near the end of the video, Lamar also dances with his partner Whitney Alford and their two children – seemingly pushing back against Drake’s accusations against Lamar of infidelity and family mistreatment.Notably, Lamar also takes aim at Drake’s label OVO. Declaring “no Ov-Hoes were harmed in this video”, he destroys an owl piñata – referencing the logo of Drake’s label.
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Mediterrane Film Festival Opens Second Edition With ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’ and a Focus on Uniting Mediterranean Nations
Rafa Sales Ross Guest Contributor The Mediterrane Film Festival kickstarted its second edition with the international premiere of Alexandre de La Patellière and Matthieu Delaporte’s “The Count of Monte Cristo.” The film, shown at the heart of Malta’s capital of Valletta on Saturday night, was followed by a reception at the historic Mdina Ditch Gardens, in which Malta Film Commissioner Johann Grech highlighted the importance of the festival as an event to “unite the nations of the Mediterranean through film.” The sentiment echoes this year’s festival theme of Unity Through Film, with Grech adding that he hopes the festival will bring nations together to “share stories that celebrate not only our diversity but also our shared outlook.” The film commissioner emphasised the success of the festival’s first edition, claiming the return to the local economy “far exceeded our investment, showing once again what a force for good film is in our country.” Several members of the local film industry were present at the gathering as well as international attendees in this year’s jury president Jon S. Baird (“Tetris,” “Stan and Ollie”) and “Triangle of Sadness” actor Zlatko Burić, who was part of last year’s jury.
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