Attend Sebastian Bach’s Wedding Reception For Just $300

Sebastian Bach is the former frontman of Canadian metal act Skid Row, who were popular in the ’80s. As attentive Gilmore Girls fans will tell you, Bach is also well-known as Gil, a guitarist in Lane’s band Hep Alien. Anyway, Bach is getting married to his fiancée Suzanne Le next month, and the bar that’s hosting their reception is offering fans a chance to attend. All they have to do is pony up a measly $300.

Here is what the posting on Rockbar Theatre’s website says:

Time : 8pm
Venue : DETAILS
The Sebastian Bach & Suzanne Le Rock N Roll Wedding Extravaganza Saturday August 22!
Rockbar will be hosting the wedding of Sebastian Bach to Suzanne Le and would like to cordially invite you to attend the reception of this exciting event. Sebastian will be bringing friends along from the film and music world.
Stay tuned for more details as they unravel.

Tickets are on Sale NOW!
$300
LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE!

DOORS 8PM

Dress Code: Rockstar Chic

If I had a dollar for every time I’ve had to wear rockstar chic to a wedding… But wait, there’s more! If you’re too shy to attend the wedding itself, you can attend the Bachelor/Bachelorette bashes the night before. Similar deal here, again from Rockbar’s website, the posting for Bands, Burlesque & Bach event:

Time : 8pm
Venue : DETAILS
In addition to the Sebastian Bach & Suzanne Le Wedding Extravaganza, they and Rockbar Theater will be hosting “Bands, Burlesque & Bach”, a rock n roll style bachelor & bachelorette party on Friday August 21.
Rockstar Band Line-Up Live On Stage!
Interactive Burlesque Show!

Tickets on sale NOW!
$250 General Admission
$300 GA + Meet & Greet

DOORS 8PM

LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE!

On Twitter, Le wants to make it clear that the couple themselves are not charging people to attend their wedding — the venue is.

Although, it is still a little unclear whether or not the couple will be making any money off the event, right? Allowing tickets be sold for your wedding reception and your bachelor/bachelorette parties is definitely odd. Then again, making money off your wedding instead of getting into debt over it? Borderline genius.