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Did the artist actually perform? If not, did they offer to refund your money?
Thank you for the reply. The truth of the matter, is that this has nothing to do with the third party who sold the tickets. This is an issue related to the artist and their "performance" and any action, would have to be taken against them. You can try and dispute this but the credit card company may not rule in your favor, as the company who sold you the tickets was only obligated to make sure you got them and had access to the concert. They do not guarantee or make any representations about the performance, so this would be something you would need to go after the artist for, I am sorry to say.
You would need to sue him and/or his company. The argument which you are making is basically that you did not get what you paid for. That the artist failed to perform as agreed and you did not get your moneys worth. I think it will be a tough lawsuit and you will incur legal costs but you can certainly proceed.
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