A fan is suing Madonna after the pop star changed the start time of an upcoming Miami concert from 8:30 to 10:30 PM. The lawsuit comes as fans across the country have been angry over the Queen of Pop’s tardiness. On Saturday, Madonna weighed in on stage in Las Vegas, announcing: “A queen is never late.”
… Nate Hollander, who filed the class action suit in Florida court last week, claims that he bought three tickets for a total of $1,024.95 to see Madonna on December 17. But months after he bought the tickets, Live Nation changed the start time of the show, making it too late for Hollander to attend. The breach of contract suit claims that Madonna has a reputation for starting her concerts late, and that the opening show of the Madame X tour started 2½ hours late. Because of her consistently late start times, the suit says, Live Nation changed the official start times of subsequent shows.
… Additionally, Miami-Dade county has a curfew for teens under 18, which means that teens can’t be out in public without an adult after 11 PM. Hollander alleges that he attempted to get a refund from Live Nation for his tickets, but he couldn’t get one. He claims that because of the changed start time, the resale value of the tickets will be lower than what he paid for them.