SINGAPORE - There's good news for Coldplay fans who missed out on tickets to the British band's sold-out concerts at National Stadium on Friday (March 31) and Saturday.
More tickets will go on sale on Thursday (March30) at 1pm. These are for seats offering a restricted side view of the stage and have been made available after the concerts' production and staging details were finalised.
The tickets cost $78 (for Sections 617 and 634), $168 (for sections 417, 418, 433 & 434) and $268 (for sections 117 & 134) and will only be available via Sports Hub Tix website (www.sportshubtix.sg) and hotline (65) 3158-7888.
According to organisers Live Nation Lushington, only a "limited" number of these additional tickets will be on sale. Unlike the previous batches of tickets,these will not be available at the stadium's box office or SingPost outlets. Buyers can buy a maximum of four tickets per transaction.
The 100,000 tickets initially available for both shows sold out quickly after they went on sale last November, leading to scalpers re-selling them at inflated prices. Live Nation Lushington has said it will void tickets re-sold through the scalpers.
The police have also arrested two men after several reports were made by Coldplay fans who paid unauthorised re-sellers on online marketplace Carousell but did not receive the tickets.
This article was first published on March 30, 2017.
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