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Special treatment much bigger, nuttier
By Aaron Beck
THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
VIP ticket" once translated as nothing more than "expensive seat close to stage inhabited by brand-name musician."
When hard-rocker Ted Nugent (right) plays Stranglehold and Cat Scratch Fever Saturday night at the Ohio State Fair, fans have an opportunity to spend $600 on a "Nuge Dangerzone VIP Package."
Consider the VIP package upped.
According to www.tednugent.com, the Dangerzone package includes entry to the show; a photo with Nugent ("Bring your own camera"); a VIP laminate; an "exclusive hunting-style vest" and "one entry for a PorkSlam Hunt" with the National Rifle Association board member.
Topping Nugent's VIP offer will be tough, but if other celebrity musicians headed to Columbus need a little help in the brainstorming department, The Flip Side is at your service: