Update [Nov 24, 10.05am]: Live Nation Lushington has announced additional tickets and an second night for Coldplay Singapore 2017. More details here.
Concert organisers Live Nation Lushington will be making a ‘big announcement’ tomorrow (Nov 24) at 10am regarding Coldplay’s concert in Singapore next year.
The post comes a day after The Straits Times reported that additional tickets are expected to be released to meet the significant demand of the show.
Petitions have surfaced online requesting the organisers and the band to hold a second show during their visit in Singapore, which many expect to be a sell-out session as well.
Approximately 24,000 tickets were snapped up in less than an hour during two pre-sale sessions. When the remaining 14,000 tickets were released for public sale, high traffic meant that many fans were left with slow loading pages and site crashes, leaving many frustrated and unable to get tickets to the show.
The concert has been a target for scalpers and touters to fetch up profits from reselling tickets on third party sites such as Carousell and viagogo. Live Nation Lushington has made it clear that resold ticket holders will be barred from entering the concert in its attempts to root out the problem.
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