Sorry, rest of the country, but LCD Soundsystem just wants to take care of New York.
After thousands of fans were shut out from buying tickets to the electronic band's farewell show at Madison Square Garden, James Murphy and Co. subsequently announced the addition of four new dates at Terminal 5, leading up to the April 2 swan song. The MSG concert, dubbed The Long Goodbye, sold out in less than five minutes, with tickets going almost instantly up on secondary ticket market sites like StubHub.
Those prices -- some of which went up for $1,500 and more -- have dipped since LCD announced shows for March 28-31. Tickets for those go up on Feb. 18 via Ticketmaster for $40 plus whatever gnarly, evil fees are tacked on because the world is a cold, dead place. Ticket purchases are limited to 2 a piece.
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