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So last fall I went to a concert. We saw the (terrible) opening act and then the main act came on, visibly ill with flu/cold type stuff. They stopped at least twice for 5 minutes to go out back, and then finally after doing maybe a total of 45 minutes on stage they apologized, said they would come back and do a full show and to save our tickets, and then left.
It was finally announced a few weeks ago they weren't coming back to do the rescheduled show. I emailed the venue looking for a refund and was told that since they performed an hour it counts as a show and that the band should have consulted with their managers before saying it would be rescheduled.
This seems wrong to me. If I see 20 minutes of a movie and the projector breaks, I get a free ticket or refund. I paid for a show and didn't even get half of what I expected. Anyone have any ideas on if I have right in this case to push for some or all of my money back?