Concert Fans Scream At Live Nation's Fees For Phantom Parking Spaces

Concert fans claim they are being cheated by Live Nation's practice of charging fans without cars fees for parking spaces that don't exist. In the latest challenge, Chicago concertgoer James Batson has filed, on behalf of himself and event attendees nationwide, a class action antitrust complaint against Live Nation, the alleged "largest live entertainment company in the world." Batson accuses Live Nation of illegally imposing on event goers mandatory parking fees that they "did not need, use, want, or voluntarily contract for." Batson v. Live Nation Entertainment, Inc. et al., No. 11-cv-01226, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, names as defendants Live Nation Entertainment, Inc., Live Nation Worldwide, Inc., and Live Nation Chicago, Inc. Live Nation's business includes concert promotion, venue operations, and management of such artists as Madonna, U2, the Rolling Stones and Jay-Z. Live Nation is now also the leading direct seller of tickets to events, thanks to its heavily publicized (and heavily challenged)

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