ClickitTicket Publishes In-Depth Report on Drug-Related Deaths at Concerts

ClickitTicket published a report called "Dying at a Concert is Easier Than You Think - a Report on Drug-Related Deaths at Concerts" and there are some eye-popping facts in it that are fascinating.

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More than two hundred people have died at concerts since 1969 and 36 of them were drug-related.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 30, 2014

"Dying at a Concert is Easier Than You Think! - a Report on Drug-Related Deaths at Concerts" was published today by online ticket site ClickitTicket to help educate their concert ticket customers (see http://www.clickitticket.com/drug-deaths-at-concerts). More than two hundred people have died at concerts since 1969, 36 of them were drug-related, and it's getting worse.

The report explores the types of live music events that typically have high rates of drug use, abuse and overdoses like Electronic Dance Music (or EDM) concerts, summer festivals and Phish shows and explains the culture of each. The report also analyzes the most popular types of drugs concert-goers like to use such as MDMA (also called ecstasy and Molly, among others), synthetic marijuana, bath salts and others.

Graphs include average prices of street drugs, average price of concert tickets and age of fatalities at EDM shows. The report concludes with solutions that vary from testing concert-goers’ drug supply to adding drug-safety messages on “jumbotrons.”

About ClickitTicket.com (http://www.clickitticket.com)

ClickitTicket.com is an online ticket website that sells tickets on the secondary ticket market to live events across North America. ClickitTicket.com specializes in offering hard-to-find premium and sold out tickets to all major sporting events, Broadway and off-Broadway theater productions and a huge choice of concert tour tickets. ClickitTicket.com also boasts an excellent collection of original sports and entertainment articles, a vibrant blog and graphics and reports about live events.


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