Dave Grohl Thinks Crowdfunded Tours Could Be Game Changer
Goldin set a goal of selling 1400 tickets for $50 each, with donors only being charged if the band agreed to play. When the Foos heard about the successful campaign they said they would play - although a date and venue have not yet been confirmed.
Grohl tells a South African radio station: "It could become the way that bands decide where they want to play. It's a fun thing - it sort of changes the game." more on this story
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