Sebastian Bach is set to marry his fiancé Suzanne Le on Aug. 22, and this week it was reported that people could buy tickets to the couple's reception at the Rockbar Theater in San Jose, Calif for $300. Bach has since commented on that news, making a slight clarification to defend against critics that think they are charging people to attend their wedding.

In a Facebook statement (which you can read below), he writes that they were in fact never selling tickets to their wedding and that the exchanging of vows is “a private family affair which is not open to the public.” However, you can still be part of the festivities for $300, because, as Bach states:

Attention Planet Earth: No, nobody in the world is, or ever was, "selling tickets to our wedding". Especially not me. Our wedding is a private family affair which is not open to the public.
We are, however, having an All-Star Jam Concert Party Shindig Rock N' Roll Extravaganza Bash, at the reception, after our wedding. The concert at the reception is open to the public. Let's rock! We are looking forward to having a great time. Come on out & party with us on our Special Day!
I apologize for the confusion. Thank you for your time. I will post exact details on the concert reception in the next couple of days. Hope to see you there ....on the best day of my life!

Head to RockBarTheater.com to buy tickets to the Aug. 22 concert at their reception. The venue is also hosting “Bands, Burlesque and Bach” the night before. The venue describes that as a “rock n roll style bachelor & bachelorette party” and those tickets start at $250. And forget black tie, people, those in attendance for the events are asked to dress in their "rockstar chic" best.

Bach has been keeping himself busy pre-wedding. The singer has been on his 18 and Live tour since early June. He just finished up his last July date on Tuesday (7/14) and will play one show in Irvine, Calif., on Aug 18 before he ties the knot. We're thinking the newlyweds may try to sneak in a honeymoon after their nuptials because Bach’s next tour dates won’t kick off until the middle of September, when he heads to New Zealand and Australia for a string of dates.

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