Ticketmaster issues heartbreaking update to Coldplay fans in queues for Croke Park tickets
There has been a huge demand for tickets.
Ticketmaster has announced that Coldplay's four Dublin gigs that will take place in 2024 have already sold out.
Tickets for the UK band's shows at Croke Park went on general sale at 10am on Friday (28 July). This followed a presale earlier in the week in which several fans reported struggling to secure tickets due to issues with Ticketmaster's website.
Within an hour of tickets going on general sale on Friday, Ticketmaster announced that Coldplay's shows at the iconic Dublin stadium were sold out. Its statement read:
"Coldplay were super popular this morning, and tickets are now sold out. Sorry to those who missed out this time.
"Please keep an eye on our official Fan-To-Fan Ticket Exchange for tickets becoming available at a future date."
.@Coldplay were super popular this morning, and tickets are now sold out. Sorry to those who missed out this time.
Please keep an eye on our official Fan-To-Fan Ticket Exchange for tickets becoming available at a future date. pic.twitter.com/P0RIFdepHE
— Ticketmaster Ireland (@TicketmasterIre) July 28, 2023
Coldplay first confirmed they were coming to Dublin as part of their Music of the Spheres World Tour last week, announcing two dates on 29 and 30 August, 2024.
However, they subsequently added another two dates on 1 and 2 September, 2024 due to high demand.
The shows next summer will mark Chris Martin and co's first gigs in the capital since 2017.
Coldplay previously said that there will be a limited supply of €20 'Infinity Tickets' available for the upcoming concerts, but that they will not be available until a later date.
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