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The Buddy Holly Hall reminds the public to beware of scammers as potential guests search for tickets to shows at Lubbock’s newest entertainment venue.  

Scam websites are selling fake tickets to performances at the venue at high prices, according to a news release from The Buddy Holly Hall. Several scam websites have been reported to authorities but they remain in operation.  

One way to avoid falling victim to one of these scams is to utilize the venue’s ticket purchasing options – visit buddyhollyhall.com; call Etix at (800)514-3849, ext. 1; or visit the venue’s box office at 1300 Mac Davis Lane from noon to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday or within the two hours prior to each show.  

It’s noted that many shows at the venue start at $35 whereas fake tickets are being sold for hundreds.  

Not all third-party sellers are scams, according to the news release, though they may still be more expensive than tickets sold directly by the venue.  

Call (806)79-BUDDY or email info@buddyhollyhall.com for additional information and ticketing questions.  

Ellysa Harris, Muleshoe Journal

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