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It is true that the venue usually decides the age limits, but I think your good. I've been going to see Rob Zombie since I was 13 and it's always been all ages shows. I've been to a handful of other bands shows that have been 18+ and even when that happens, it's never really about content. It's usually smaller, more undergroud bands that sometimes book tours like that because it's actually cheaper for the venue somehow. I played a show once at a club and we had to pay something like 500 bucks to rent out the venue for the night (which includes security, renting their p.a. and p.a. guy. and other necessities) but that was for 18 and older. All ages would have cost 750 or somewhere in that range...maybe because of insurance reasons and liability.
Again, I've never seen this to be the case with bigger band like Zombie. But I also can only speak for the U.S.A not sure how tours work in other countries.
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