Pay Per Head Sportsbooks Eye on Vegas Top Concerts

Justin-bieberPay per head sportsbooks aren’t just about live sports betting. They are also interested in what’s happening in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The concerts of Justin Beiber sell out in minutes around the world, but how will a MGM Grand concert fare? As long as the concert is all ages, it should bring the teenager that much money in his pockets.

If you’re thinking of getting tickets right by the stage, you will be pay per head anywhere from $625 to $5000. Lowest price available is around a $122 price per head and lots of tickets are still left for the September 30th show.

Don’t feel like paying so much for a ticket and planning to be in Mexico City Monday June the 11th? The Beib will be playing a free concert in the Central Plaza to an estimated 80,000 fans and the city is vamping up their police presence to 6000 units, with helicopters policing from above.

Video screens will be set up in the surrounding area for fans that couldn’t make it into the actual venue.

Also at the MGM Grand is Madonna on October 13th and 14th.

Madonna began her much anticipated tour in Tel Aviv last week, yelling out from the stage for Middle East peace. “As you know, the Middle East and all the conflict that occurs here and have been occurring for thousands of years, they have to stop,” she said. “You can’t be a fan of mine and not want peace in the world.”

“So start today – every single one of you; if there is peace here in the Middle East, there can be peace in the whole world.”

Ever the shocker, Madonna’s ‘Concert for Peace’ drew criticism for the violence depicted during the show.

The Hollywood Reporter wrote: “For a show originally billed as a ‘Concert for Peace,’ the opening night of Madonna’s world tour in Tel Aviv featured a disproportionate amount of violence.”

Of course Madonna is also known for her elaborate costume changes and this tour is no different. With designers such as Jean Paul Gautier, Jeremy Scott and Alexander Wang, the material girl’s show promises to be a visual spectacular.