Michael Jackson fans who had their view blocked at his 30th anniversary Madison Square Garden gig in 2001 will be allowed a reduction on the price of future tickets as compensation. According to the New York Daily News, thousands of concert-goers paid $98.50 each, without being told their views would be obstructed. Fan DANA GROSS, who filed a lawsuit against ticket merchant Ticketmaster, argued she spent the entire show having to watch giant monitors because she couldn't see Jackson at all. According to a legal statement issued on Tuesday (27FEB07), each dissatisfied concert-goer will receive $28 (GBP14) off their next ticket for any event at the venue organised by promoter LiveNation Worldwide Inc. Fans have 120 days to claim their refund.