BALTIMORE (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Some Baltimore Nickel Creek fans were disappointed to find out that tickets which they had purchased from Ticketmaster turned out to be no good.
The tickets for Nickel Creek's farewell tour appearance at the Pier Six Concert Pavilion in the Baltimore' Inner Harbor were accidentially sold by Ticketmaster as a part of a block of seating that had actually been allocated to Ram's Head Tavern, a chain of Maryland brewpubs and live music venues which often books at the Pier, the Washington Post reported.
A Ram's Head employee named Josh told the Post that as a result of some sort of glitch, Ticketmaster had sold the whole venue.
To make matters right, Ticketmaster sent a message to everyone who had purchased event passes from Ticketmaster which stated that they were forced to void the tickets and offered alternate seating. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers