Kid Rock's May 12 concert with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra will use a paperless ticket system, organizers announced Monday — the latest effort by Rock to thwart the reselling of tickets on secondary markets.
Tickets for the fundraiser, which aims to raise $1 million for the DSO, go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday. They will be available at price points of $100, $150, $250 and $350, and VIP packages — which go up to $1,500 and include access to an after party — will be offered as well.
Fans will not receive physical tickets for the event; rather, on the day of the show, they will be asked to present the credit card they used to purchase the tickets, as well as a government-issued photo ID, to gain entry into the concert. All members of the party for whom the ticket buyer purchased tickets must be present to gain entry into the concert.
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