Rockers Fall Out Boy have vowed to keep ticket prices low for their new tour so cash-strapped fans can still catch them live.
As a result of the current global recession, band members have vowed to keep costs as low as possible so tickets to see them perform never exceed $30 (£20).
But frontman Patrick Stump warns the cut-price roadshow will lack the fizz and bang of their previous concerts - because they'll be forced to buy cheaper fireworks.
Stump says, "We're trying to maintain a low ticket price. It amounts to how much pyro we use.
"We shoot for a max of, like, 30 bucks."
The band start their tour in the UK in March (09). The U.S. leg kicks off in Arizona in April (09).
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