Madonna Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Late Concert Start Times in New York

Two fans have filed a class action lawsuit against Madonna for starting her New York concerts significantly later than advertised. The lawsuit claims the pop icon was over two hours late for her performances, resulting in inconvenience for attendees, especially those who had work the following day. The outcome of the lawsuit is pending, and its success could have implications for other artists with a history of similar issues.

  • Two Madonna fans are suing the singer for starting her New York concert over two hours late.
  • The lawsuit is filed as a class action, inviting other affected fans to join.
  • Madonna has previously faced similar lawsuits in Florida in 2019 and 2020, which were later dismissed.
  • Ticket prices ranged from approximately $80 to over $1,000, hinting at the potential scale of compensation.
  • Plaintiffs claim the late concert finish left them with limited transportation options and affected their work schedules the next day.
  • Madonna’s history of late concert starts is well-known among fans.
  • Event tickets did not specify a start time, only door opening times, with small print stating all times were approximate and subject to change.
  • The lawsuit could set a precedent affecting other artists known for similar conduct.

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