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Grammy Awards Nominated “Best Hard Rock Performance” Primus will be at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, California.
Do not miss the chance to see Les Claypool, Larry LaLonde, and Tim Alexander pay tribute to Rush’s 1977 album “A Farewell To Kings”. Primus will perform the album in its entirety each night of the tour.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Primus Los Angeles Ticket Prices and Information.
How much does Primus Los Angeles Tickets cost?
Currently, tickets on the secondary market can start as low as $67.00 with an average ticket price of $140.00.
Is Primus playing in Los Angeles this year?
Yes, the funk metal legends will be at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, California on Saturday, August 07, 2021.
Do I need to print my tickets for the Primus concert?
No, seats marked Mobile Entry allow you to present your smartphone tickets to the attendant at the Greek Theater door to enter the venue.
What time do the Greek Theater doors open?
All doors at the venue open ninety minutes before the start time of the concert.
Where can I buy Primus tickets Los Angeles, California?
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