​Florida Man Sues Madonna for Concert Starting Too Late

​Florida Man Sues Madonna for Concert Starting Too Late
Photo: Rick Clifford
A Florida man is suing Madonna because she changed the set time of her upcoming concert in Miami.
 
Nate Hollander has filed a suit in Miami-Dade County court against Madonna and promoter Live Nation, alleging that changing the start time of the show after tickets have been purchased is a breach of contract.
 
As the Associated Press reports, Hollander bought the tickets to Madonna's upcoming December 17 show back in August, and the set time was listed at 8:30 p.m.
 
A couple weeks ago, Live Nation and Madonna announced that the start times for some of her upcoming shows in support of Madame X (including the Miami one) would be pushed to 10:30 p.m.
 
Hollander and other ticket buyers were not offered the option of a refund following the time change, and he claimed that he can't resell the tickets because the changed start time has devalued them.
 
In his complaint, Hollander said he and other ticket holders "suffered actual and consequential damages including, but not limited to, loss of consideration paid and the devaluation of the ticket."
 
Live Nation and Madonna have yet to publicly comment on the matter.
 
In a video posted to Twitter last week, Madonna shared footage of herself onstage telling the crowd, "There's something that you all need to understand, and that is that a queen is never late."