A fan is suing Madonna after the pop star changed the start time of an upcoming Miami concert from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
The lawsuit comes as fans across the country are outraged by the Queen of Pop's laziness. On Saturday, Madonna weighed on the stage in Las Vegas: "A queen is never too late." $ 1,024.95 to see his "Madame X" tour of the Miami Beach Fillmore on Dec. 17. But months after he bought the tickets, Live Nation changed the start time for the show, which made it too late for Hollander to attend, his suit said.
Breach of contract suit claims that Madonna had a reputation for starting her concerts late, and that the opening show of the "Madame X" tour started 2 1/2 hours late. Due to continued late start times, the suit says, Live Nation has changed the official start times of subsequent shows. public unveiled after 11pm Teen fans planning to attend the upcoming show without an adult now can no longer afford it.
Hollander says he tried to get a payment from Live Nation for his tickets, but he couldn't get one. He says that due to changed start times, resale value of tickets will be less than he paid for them.
On Twitter, Madonna's statement about a late queen did not go exactly as she might have hoped. Responses were filled with fans who were crazy that their tickets had changed times, or were still angry from his being late from a previous show.
"The person next to me hugged more loudly than his songs and many people were chanting for a ticket refund …" one attendee tweeted. "It's a disaster."
BuzzFeed News reached out to representatives for Live Nation and Madonna as well as Nate Holland.