Markets and comedic performance bonds in everything

Comedian Pete Davidson put on a show Wednesday in San Francisco—but ticketholders weren’t allowed in unless they signed a non-disclosure agreement with a $1 million penalty if broken.

Some attendees said that locking up your cell phone and signing a document that says you won’t share any part of the show on social media is just part of seeing a live show these days.

…Fans who did not want to sign the agreement could get a refund, but it appeared nobody took that option.

Here is the full story, via Ted Gioia.

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