AG: Nashville concert hall to pay ticket refunds

The state attorney general says the owners of a southern Indiana concert hall destroyed in an arson nearly two years ago have agreed to refund $26,500 to ticketholders for cancelled shows.

Attorney General Greg Zoeller announced the consent judgment with the Little Nashville Opry on Friday.

Zoeller filed a lawsuit against Little Nashville Enterprises Inc. in July 2010 on behalf of consumers seeking refunds ranging from $48 to $2,066. The attorney general said the company violated state law by failing to obtain a legally required entertainment permit.

Zoeller says the company has agreed to pay $10,000 immediately and the balance within one year. Payments will be made to the attorney general's office, which will distribute the funds to consumers on a pro-rated basis.

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