Veteran rockers The Eagles have outraged fans by charging almost $2000 (GBP1000) for tickets to a one-off gig in London.
The concert, which is set to take place at the o2 arena on 31 October (07), is a corporate hospitality-only performance, which has inflated ticket prices.
Front-row tickets for the gig cost over $1900 (GBP950), while prices starting at $948 (GBP474).
However, the show's promoters insist Eagles merchandise, a meal, and full hospitality are included in the ticket price.
The remaining tickets in a smaller part of the arena will be distributed to competition winners, record label employees and press, according to London's Evening Standard.
The band - which split in 1980 - is one of the most successful recording acts of all time.