LABOUR LIVE: is showing to be an absolute flop, even though Labour slashed ticket prices for its ‘Jezzfest’ event by over 70 percent in a desperate final attempt to secure sales, which angered Labour voters who had paid full ticket prices.
The party is holding its Labour Live festival in north London on Today, with the line up including Clean Bandit, Reverend and The Makers, Rae Morris and The Magic Numbers.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is making an appearance on stage to what appears to be a VERY SMALL Crowd, along with shadow chancellor John McDonnell, shadow international development secretary Kate Osamor and Owen Jones, a columnist for the Guardian and a well-known Corbyn backer. Special Guest Attendee’s Include Reggae Reggae sauce creator ‘Levi Roots’ and Pro-EU Transvestite Eddie Izzard.
But the festival, dubbed a ‘mini-Glastonbury’ in the hopes it will recreate success when Mr Corbyn appeared on stage to thousands chanting at Worthy Farm last summer, is looking to be a flop, after selling only around 10-15% of all available tickets. The flop will cost labour a massive £1 Million Loss.