Andrew Langer On "Ticket Freedom" And The Institute For Liberty

"At the very least, if I buy a ticket I should be able to give it to you." says Andrew Langer, President of the Institute For Liberty.

Reason's Matt Welch caught up with Andrew at Freedom Fest to discuss how IFL is fighting for ticket property rights and small buisness competition in the internet age.

Held each July in Las Vegas, Freedom Fest is attended by around 2,000 limited-government enthusiasts and libertarians. Reason TV spoke with over two dozen speakers and attendees and will be releasing interviews over the coming weeks. Go here for an ever-growing playlist of this year's interviews.

About 4.30 minutes.

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  • Fist of Etiquette||

    THIS IS LITTLE MORE THAN AN AD FOR STUBHUB. No wonder this post was shoehorned in here.

    Treating tickets as good rather than contracts is A-Okay with me.

  • CE||

    Read the fine print. It's a revocable license to attend the game, not a bearer bond allowing the holder to enter the stadium.

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