Hannah Montana concert tickets are near impossible to get your hands on and anyone who manages to get their hands on a pair can consider themselves extremely lucky. It seems as if every little girl in America is dying to get tickets to one of the hottest shows of the year, and desperate parents are trying their hardest to make their little girl’s dreams come true. So how much would you pay for a pair of Hannah Montana Concert tickets?
This morning the popular Louisville, Kentucky radio station 99.7 WDJX held an auction on their morning broadcast for one pair of tickets to the sold out Hannah Montana concert to be held at Rupp Arena in nearby Lexington, Kentucky on December 12th. The auction was held in the early morning hours, with the auction ending at exactly 8 AM, and the tickets were not even for great seats, they are about 2/3 of the way up in the arena, there were no backstage passes included, or any meet and greet it was simply two tickets to a show that it is nearly impossible to get tickets for. So what did the tickets go for? Cyndi Marlow placed the winning bid of $2,000 for the tickets.
During the radio broadcast Cyndi told listeners of how her son and her had been through a tough time lately, with her son’s father passing away, and she hoped that the concert would be something fun that she could do with her son, to maybe get his mind off of the rough times they had been going through. Cyndi’s story touched those listening to her so much that the second highest bidder stated that she wanted to buy dinner for Cyndi and her son the night of the concert, and agreed to drop off a restaurant gift card to the radio station to be given to Cyndi.
Radio personality Peter B was also so touched that he wanted to make arrangements for Cyndi and her son to attend the concert in a limousine he spoke on air with his co-host Kelly K about it shortly after the auction when several listeners had called in wanting to donate money to cover the cost of the limousine. The hosts stated that they were going to try to convince the radio station to cover the cost of the limousine, Peter B went on to say that if the radio station would not cover the bill he would pay for the limousine service out of his own pocket joking that it might mean his sister wouldn’t be getting a Christmas present from him this year.
The tickets were given to 99.7 WDJX by Country for the Kids, and proceeds from the auction were donated to Boy’s Haven, a local charity who works with abused and homeless youth in the area, providing them with much needed services.
99.7 WDJX, http://www.wdjx.com/