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These primary ticketing companies often allow, and even encourage, users to resell tickets, sometimes on their own platforms.

They sold out instantly, and eight minutes later, were on Stub Hub for up to $315.

By the day of the first show, a pair were listed at $1,074.60 on the reselling platform.

“It’s about putting as many real fans into these venues and have them not have to pay overinflated prices.

We’re gonna fight hard to keep that going,” Woltman says.

Presale tickets were available in person at Mercury Lounge and through Ticketmaster and Bowery Presents — but only a select few fans got them. They were instantly snatched up and were being resold on the secondary market at a staggering $350,000 a ticket.

LCD Soundsystem front man James Murphy was understandably upset, unleashing a diatribe on the band’s blog with a post titled “Fuck You, Scalpers.” He vented about the unfairness of it all, how he and his bandmates weren’t even able to get tickets to their own show when they tried.

“Some of this will never be able to be improved on,” says Chris Woltman, manager of Twenty One Pilots.

Up until they partnered with Live Nation/Ticketmaster, their methods for combating scalpers and bots were “limited,” but as their fan base surged, they decided to use the available technology to improve fan experience.

Fans then receive a code that allows them to purchase tickets and beat the scalpers at their own game.

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