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Keith Urban goes cheap

Monday, February 9, 2009 – Keith Urban's "Escape Together World Tour" today announced the creation of a $20 ticket. At Urban's insistence, select number of seats will be made available for all "Escape Together World Tour" dates except two locales. All per ticket transaction fees for the $20 ticket have been waived.

"It's easy to see that people out there are hurting," said Urban. "And if these ticket prices can help some of them to let loose, forget about their daily grind and enjoy a night of music, then that's what we intend to give them and everyone else that comes out to our shows."

The tour starts in May. Due to smaller capacity, $20 tickets are unavailable in Hunstville, AL or Uncasville, CT. The exact number of $20 tickets was not disclosed.


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