Pueblo County Sheriffs detectives are asking music fans to watch out for 2 ongoing concert ticket scams.
Someone is making fake tickets to a concert for the band, Godsmack, and selling them to the public.
The $30 tickets were for a concert that was to be held at the Sports Garden in October. But sheriffs detectives say no such concert is happening.
Also under investigation is a ticket scam for a Santana concert that was set at Red Rocks Amphitheater on September 24th.
The sheriff's office has some advice on how to tell if a ticket is legitimate. Valid tickets normally come with a confirmation number printed on them and some tickets may come with a holographic image or a high-quality graphic design.
If you have information for investigators, you can call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at (719)542-STOP.
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