AEG To Offer Refunds On Postponed Concerts; Live Nation Expected To Follow

This comes after Ticketmaster's decision to 'update' their refund policy.

April 17, 2020

Earlier this week, Ticketmaster made nobody happy by quietly "updating" their Refund Policy to remove "postponed and rescheduled" concerts from the list of "canceled, postponed and reschuled" events eligible for refund. That decision has even made some lawmakers call for an investigation into their policies.

It's now being reported that two of America's largest concert promoters, AEG and Live Nation, are set to go in the opposite direction and offer refunds for postponed shows.

According to an internal memo, AEG will give you a 30-day window for a refund, starting in May. You'll have 30 days from the day when the show is announced as postponed to claim your refund. Although nothing official has been confirmed, Live Nation is expected to follow that announcement with an update of their own in the coming weeks.

The President of Live Nation recently said, in an interview with CNBC, that they are prepared for no concerts or festivals for the next 6-18 months