Following last Thursday's news of a site-wide hack of online ticketing service Ticketfly, the websites of local venues have returned online over the weekend, and are currently selling advance tickets to upcoming events. These venues include the Doug Fir, Mississippi Studios, Wonder Ballroom, the Aladdin Theater, and Revolution Hall, although curiously, all of those sites redirect to an eventbritesites.com URL (Eventbrite is the parent company of Ticketfly).
The news isn't all good, though: Data-breach tracking website haveibeenpwned.com says that the breach exposed the email addresses of more than 26 million Ticketfly customers, and in many cases the hackers were also able to access mailing addresses and phone numbers. All reports indicate that the vulnerable databases did not include any passwords or credit card numbers.
Someone claiming to be the hacker told Vice's Motherboard that they had demanded a ransom of one bitcoin from Ticketfly, which was not paid. (At the time of the demand, one bitcoin was worth about $7,500, according to MarketWatch.) The main Ticketfly website is still offline of this post, although a FAQ has been provided.