Over the years, Madonna has been notorious for starting her concerts much later than scheduled — often causing widespread fan disappointment — however, one Floridian has felt so inconvenienced by the Like a Virgin singer’s tardiness that he has sued her.
According to multiple outlets (including Vanity Fair), Nate Hollander has filed a class action lawsuit against the 60-year-old pop icon, as well as Live Nation following an adjustment to one of the pop icon’s upcoming Madame X shows in Miami, Fla.
Hollander said that back in August he had spent US$1,024 on three tickets to Madonna’s Dec. 17 show at the Fillmore Miami Beach, adding that two months after buying them, Live Nation announced that instead of beginning at 8:30 p.m. (ET), the show would kick off at 10:30 p.m.
In the legal document filed on Monday in Miama-Dade County — after admitting that he no longer wanted to attend the late concert — Hollander alleged that the time adjustment was a breach of contract between Madonna and all ticket buyers, as reported by CNN.
He claimed that Live Nation did not approve his request for a full refund, and furthermore, have not offered refunds to any other ticket-holders who have been impacted by the time change too.
In the file, Hollander said that the time change means that legally, children under the age of 18 would no longer be permitted to attend the show, “making their tickets worthless,” as excerpted by Billboard.
He is seeking an excess of $15,000 in damages.
Madonna seemingly addressed the lawsuit during a concert in Las Vegas last Friday.
In response to Hollander, she said” “Here’s something that you all need to understand… and that is, that a queen is never late.”
Global News has reached out to a representative of Madonna seeking further clarification.