By Sam Green, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The organizers of Rock in Rio have warned that they will not accept responsibility for the validity of tickets bought on the black market after the event sold out in four days. Demand for tickets from unofficial outlets surged after all 600,000 official tickets, priced at R$190, were bought at a speed which caught even the organizers by surprise.
Brazilian media reported last week that tickets were being sold on the internet for up to R$900, a mark-up of nearly 500 percent, and there are also fears . . .