Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Live Earth hardly sets world on fire

The clamour for tickets for Live Earth hasn't been entirely overwhelming. Sure, 203,000 registering for entry into the ticket lottery is more than enough to fill Wembley but hardly speaks of desperation to attend. Glastonbury managed to rack up 100,000 registrations in its first 24 hours, and that was with all the confusion over URLS and the need to upload photos and details. For an event that has tickets on itself being the "world's largest live show", that fewer than a quarter of a million people showed an interest in being there must be bitterly disappointing.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

perhaps the lacklustre line-up has put people off... which is a shame because I'd rather it was the complete hypocrisy which had done the trick...

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