John Edward, every South Park fan’s favorite “psychic,” was going to perform here in Little Rock, Arkansas, tonight. However, his appearance was cancelled at the last minute, and will be rescheduled at a later date.
I’m not making this up — and in related news, astrology is still crap.
As of right now, tickets are still being sold — for $161 — at this website: http://www.excite.com/events/concert-tickets/John-Edward/John-Edward-Little-Rock-AR/6-13-2038254. There are only four left, though.
Ticketmaster, on the other hand, knows of the cancellation. What about all those people who already bought tickets? “This event has been postponed – new date TBD. Tickets may be used on the new date (once confirmed). Refunds at point of purchase only.” That’s from http://www.ticketmaster.com/psychic-medium-john-edward-little-rock-arkansas-06-13-2013/event/1B00498CBC1A7E1E.
Suppose the tickets were, instead, absolutely non-refundable? Well, then only gullible idiots would lose any money. Would that really be such a bad thing?