How Much Would You Pay?

How much would you pay to see Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Neil YoungThe Who and Roger Waters appearing over three October nights in Southern California?

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Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany

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Late Show With Dave Letterman, New York City

The Los Angeles Times reported last week that promoter Goldenvoice is working out the details to present the heritage rockers at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif., the same place where the famed takes place.  Although details haven’t yet been released, the schedule appears to have Dylan and The Stones scheduled for Oct. 7; Young and McCartney Oct. 8; and The Who and Waters Oct. 9.

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Save Mart Center, Fresno, Calif.

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PNC Arena, Raleigh, N.C.

The three nights of music could very well go down in the history books as one of the biggest concert events ever.  Of course, the pros at Goldenvoice know all about presenting music to extremely large audiences.  The company is responsible for the Coachella festival as well as country music’s annual Stagecoach weekend that also takes place at the Empire Polo Club grounds.

No prices have yet been mentioned, nor is it clear if the event will sell three-day or single-day tickets.  Or, for that matter, single-performance passes allowing you to zero in on only one act.

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Ciudad De Deportiva, Havana, Cuba

Then there are the possible VIP packages.  How much would you ante up for a meet & greet with Neil Young and Paul McCartney?

So how much would you pay to see the megastars play?  Commenting is free, but you will have to log into your Facebook account before offering your thoughts.