When tickets went on sale very recently here in Ireland to see Ed Sheeran at his two Dublin show’s in the 3 Arena, exceptions were high for a sell out. These exceptions where met when tickets for both of his show’s sold out under three minutes. Some die hard fan’s actually spent an over night queuing to get tickets here in Dublin City.
Within hours of selling out it was reported that tickets were been offered on line from €430.00 to a staggering €830.00 on a site known as Seatwave.ie.
Ticketmaster.ie Recently tweeted they were expecting a large demand for tickets and there may not be enough to go around.
However Ed Sheeran’s manager, Stuart Camp has offered some hope to fans who did not get tickets for the two Dublin Show’s, stating that there was a small possibility that Ed could come back to Dublin, or Ireland at a later stage promoting his new album.
Ed himself has expressed deep concern after he heard that fan’s are paying touts up to €1.000 Euro’s for tickets on the black market. Ed also confirmed that he was teaming up with Twickets who launched in 2011 for his UK and Ireland tour. Twickets are a ticket agency who buy & sell tickets from fans at cost or less.
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