Hilltop Hoods slam online reseller Viagogo over inflated ticket prices during national tour

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The Hilltop Hoods have lashed out at controversial online ticket reseller Viagogo amid the group’s national tour, saying they have been copping harsh feedback from fans over inflated prices which are beyond their control.

Key points:

  • Hilltop Hoods tickets have been advertised online for up to $400 — way above the official price
  • The trio is currently touring the country to promote its latest album The Great Expanse
  • During an ABC interview, they reflected on transforming from angry youths into dads

The acclaimed hip hop trio — comprising Matt Lambert “Suffa”, Daniel Smith “Pressure” and Barry Francis “DJ Debris” — is currently travelling the country for a series of gigs promoting The Great Expanse.

After a recent concert in Melbourne, the group will perform at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre tomorrow — in front of its second-ever sellout crowd at the venue — before heading to Brisbane, Sydney and Perth, and then onto California and Europe.

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