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When they hear 'tickets for a living', some would surely think bus or train conductors. These persons, indeed, make a living by handing out tickets to commuters. However, making money out of these passes is not merely limited to Many have made something out of themselves by selling concert tickets, festival tickets and more. Selling tickets, in sold out quantities, can be a cash cow and depending on the level of selling, many people from all ages and walks of life can do it. For instance, teens can do part-time or summer jobs selling tickets for people. They can do it for organisations, ticket stores, performing artists or bands and so on. With each ticket sold, the seller earns a commission.

For the more serious types, they can sell tickets in copious amounts. These tickets will have to be in every form and genre possible in order to get constant sales all year round. If they sell tickets exclusively for the winter season, what would become of them during the summer? Will their funds get dehydrated, too? It shouldn't be, especially when they can wisely produce tickets for all other seasons, too. Summer for instance is a time when a slew of concerts and festivals are being organised. Ticket sellers should take this opportunity to help spread the word and ultimately, make money for themselves.

They can contact the producers for a legitimate source of tickets. Then they can arrange for sales and commission, and voila; instant cash. The more tickets sold, the better chances they have for a higher profit. Also, if they want to step their ticket business up higher, they can launch websites for them. Ticketmaster and Ticketworld are an example of such venture. They can create their website around buyer usability, more options in tickets, prices, rewards and so on. If these and more are the website's features, ticket buyers are guaranteed. Quite often people prefer to buy online tickets so a website is of great benefit to sellers. Selling tickets is a very good way of earning money. In fact, many people have made this their bread and butter. But even for those wanting just an extra income, this job is also cut for it. Teens, students or parents who want a part-time job should look in to selling tickets. With people wanting to see a show everyday, no doubt this job will give them that most needed amount.

Take That concerts are a hit in the UK and several parts of Europe. When a Take That concert is announced in the UK, fans rush to the venue in hope to get the best tickets. But to their surprise, the tickets get sold out very quickly. So, what do you do if you are a fan who has not got the Take That concert tickets? Well, you don’t have to go to the venue all the time to book the Take That concert tickets because these tickets are also available over the internet. Many people are mistaken that the tickets are just like the movie tickets. In fact, the concert tickets that are being sold on the internet are hard copy tickets. This means that when you book the Take That concert tickets, you will receive the tickets by courier.

This also means that you have to make the entire payment for the Take That concert tickets in advance. So, if you are not sure of attending the Take That concert tickets, it is better to buy the tickets at the last moment. Getting Take That concert tickets at the 11th hour is very difficult, but not impossible. There are several people who buy the tickets and then sell them off for higher rates. You can buy the Take That concert tickets from such people but it is not recommended because there are some countries that would consider it to be illegal to sell the Take That concert tickets at higher price.

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4 million in unauthorized purchases — some of which went to products and services designed to create his music and then exaggerate its popularity. Who is Chad Focus? Before he launched his music career, Arrington graduated from McDaniel College in Carroll County with a bachelor’s degree in communication, according to an online biography. After college graduation, Arrington’s LinkedIn profile states he worked as an IT executive and later as a marketing executive, before starting a job in 2011 performing search engine optimization for a company called Money Map Press. A representative of the company could not immediately be reached for comment Wednesday.

According to the indictment, Arrington worked as a Search Engine Optimization specialist for several years at an unnamed company that gave him an American Express card. What is he accused of doing? The FBI and U.S. Attorney’s Office say Arrington allegedly used that credit card for fraudulent purchases, including to promote the "Chad Focus" brand and to make purchases for himself and several other people. Arrington allegedly forged his supervisor’s signature and approval of the credit card billing statements. Charging documents state the music artist didn’t work alone. He allegedly had four co-conspirators, none of whom are named in court records. One of the co-conspirators allegedly took an active role in falsifying credit card statements and documents for Arrington. 1.5 million worth of fraudulent purchases at businesses owned by the unnamed accomplices, who then kicked back hundreds of thousands of dollars to the singer, the documents state.

What did he spend the money on? Arrington allegedly used the American Express credit card to purchase sound equipment, studio kits, instruments and music technology that helped him produce a number of hip-hop songs. Court records also state Arrington paid to artificially increase his song play counts on streaming services such as Spotify and purchased likes, followers, tags and views across various social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram and 300,000 on services from Fiverr, a company that offered to boost the popularity of artists through methods such as radio promotions. 125,000 in tickets for an event where he performed, according to court records. In 2018, Arrington allegedly paid multiple billboard companies throughout the U.S. "Get to the Money," "I will teach you how to be rich" and "Fame vs. 11,500. There were also national travel expenses, hotels, airfare, restaurant bills, luxury vehicle rentals, nightlife expenses and clothing. Federal investigators state there were other business endeavors attached to the fraudulent credit card purchases. 80,000 in electric bikes, hover boards and scooters.

The three-day festival is packed with sounds of fresh and familiar artists who will swarm into the city from Nov. 22 to Nov. 24 for a weekend of blues, film and food. Before ticket sales begin, here's a brief overview of acts you won't want to miss. Reading Eagle | Join the Bluesmasters for a kickoff luncheon to open Reading Blues Fest at 11:30 a.m. At just 20 years old, Mississippi rambler Ingram has been proclaimed “the latest blues savior” by Rolling Stone and “Blues Rock Royalty-in-Training” by The Huffington Post. Ingram is set to perform on opening night of Reading Blues Fest with Vanessa Collier in a concert themed The Future of Blues, 8 p.m.

Special to the Reading Eagle: Harold Hoch | Vanessa Collier performs with her group during the Reading Blues Fest in 2018. She'll return to the Blues Fest stage on Nov. 22 with rising star Christone "Kingish" Ingram. Collier's talents are no secret to those who have frequented Jazz Fest and past Blues Fest concerts. The music of the legendary harmonica player and bandleader Butterfield will be celebrated in a concert featuring the talents of Rob Paparozzi & The Ed Palermo Big Band with special guest Robben Ford at 2 p.m. Nov. 23 in the DoubleTree's Grand Ballroom. Paparozzi and the Palermo Band have been widely acclaimed for their collaborative tribute to Butterfield on 2014's “Electric Butter” live album. Both boast backgrounds in rock, which audiences will hear in this interpretation of Butterfield's blues.

Mindi Abair and the B-B-B-Boneshakers! Vocalist and saxophone star Abair's dynamic energy is coming to the festival with blues rockers the Boneshakers, on a stage they'll share with the Berks Horns — Mike Anderson on saxophone, Rob Diener on trumpet and John Loos on trombone. As if that weren't enough, pianist Victor Wainwright & The Train will also perform during the same concert, slated for 8 p.m. Nov. 23 in the Grand Ballroom at the DoubleTree by Hilton. Courtesy of Deanna Bogart | Blues/rock/jazz musician Deanna Bogart and her band will headline the closing performance of Reading Blues Fest with Toronzo Cannon and Rick Estrin & The Nightcats. Rick Estrin & the Nightcats were crowned the 2018 Blues Music Awards Band of the Year.

Need we say more? Multi-instrumentalist Bogart, a star in her own right, might be a familiar face to audiences who have watched her perform previously at Building 24. Her signature “blusion” sound brings out the best of jazz, country, contemporary blues and boogie-woogie. There will be two special blues film screenings as part of this year's festival, both to be held in the DoubleTree Amphitheater. Festival producer Michael Cloeren will host each event, the first of which is a screening of “Horn From the Heart: the Paul Butterfield Story,” airing at 10 a.m. Nov. 23. The feature-length documentary is a window into the life and career of Butterfield. “Satan & Adam” shares the story of two musicians, Sterling “Mr. Satan” Magee and Adam Gussow, whose partnership skyrocketed the pair to fame, tested their strength and will, and renewed a friendship born out of a love for the blues. “Satan & Adam” will air 10 a.m.