You bought the ticket and are now going to take the ride.
The origin of the concert ticket can be traced back to ancient Greece and Rome, where citizens would gather to watch plays and performances in large open-air theatres.
These early performances were often religious or political in nature, and citizens would be given a token or coin to present at the entrance to gain entry to the performance.
In the medieval period, tickets were used to gain entry to religious events and festivals, such as fairs and carnivals. These tickets were often made of wood or metal and were used to indicate that the holder had paid the required fee to attend the event.
During the 19th century, the use of concert tickets became more widespread as the popularity of public performances grew. With the advent of the printing press, it became possible to mass-produce tickets, making them more affordable and accessible to the general public.
The concert ticket as we know it today began to take shape in the early 20th century, with the introduction of reserved seating and ticket numbering. This allowed for better organisation and management of large events, and helped to prevent ticket scalping and fraud.
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