T-Mobile hosting Macklemore concert, January 23rd at The Belasco Theater, LA


If you’re the CEO of a big company and you get booted out of a concert you really wanted to see, what do you do? Of course, the only answer is to organize your own concert with the same band. That’s exactly what John Legere and T-Mobile have done.

On January 23rd at The Belasco Theater, Los Angeles, Tmo is hosting a one-off, intimate concert with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Tickets will go on sale from tomorrow, January 17th through Ticketmaster.com. Only 1,400 tickets will be available.

 “My appreciation for Macklemore and Ryan Lewis seems to be the worst kept secret in the social hemisphere,” said John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile. “Their ability to shake things up and keep it real for their fans is a lot like the Un-carrier moves we’ve been making in the wireless world, so I’m really excited to team up and present this special performance for all of their fans.”

I’m pretty sure John Legere won’t be getting kicked out of this one.

Via: T-Mobile

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  • JaswinderSinghJammu

    In your face AT&T..Go John Legere

  • AJ

    Now they just need to invite AT&T CEO – for that matter, all 3 CEOs. I am sure they would decline though.

  • dontsh00tmesanta

    Invite att

  • Enoch Cheng

    I love it.

  • qmc

    yo, that’s $50 for a t-shirt. You could save that much switching to t-mobile!

  • Joe Schmern

    Wait, no tickets were available on Ticket Master at exactly 9:59am. Whats going on? Who got all the tickets? Sounds like a VIP only event. Did anyone get tickets thru TM?

  • Joe Schmern

    LOL, Called TM and they said they were all pre-purchased. Went on StubHub and they already have 128 available for triple the price… “Yo! thats $160 dollars for a ticket that should only cost $50 but the Man had the option to buy them earlier.” Sounds like something AT&T would do. Maybe T-Mobile should get into the ticket business and change the BS way tickets are sold.

    • qmc

      ticketmaster is a scam.