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How Much Does It Cost to Book Your Favorite Band?

How much does it cost to have Justin Timberlake play in your back yard? Booking agency Degy Entertainment has got you covered.

The company has released a list of the approximate per-show rates suggested by some artists’ agents, ranging from $1,000 to over $100,000. 

Taylor Swift, Madonna, Justin Timberlake, Justin Bieber, James Taylor, Dave Matthews, Bruce Springsteen, and Bon Jovi each stand to bank over $1 million per performance, while acts like the Black Eyed Peas, Kanye West and Maroon 5 cash in upwards of $400,000. 

While these numbers are only rough figures — actual prices can be negotiated and are dependent upon other factors — the list serves as a gauge of how much you’d have to shell out to book your favorite band.

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