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Coldplay add extra Royal Albert Hall date as tickets sell out in minutes

Coldplay have just announced a second date at the Royal Albert Hall, after tickets for their 1 July gig sold out in a matter of minutes this morning (see full details below).

Due to the incredible demand, the band will now play the venue again on 2 July. Tickets for the second date go on sale today (Friday 6 June) at 4pm – so if you think you can handle another mad rush for tickets use the links below…

[box type=”info”]>>> Buy Coldplay tickets from Viagogo[/box]

[box type=”info”]>>> Buy Coldplay tickets from Stubhub[/box]

[box type=”info”]>>> Buy Coldplay tickets from Gigs and Tours[/box]

 

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Unusually for a Coldplay album, there isn’t a huge promotional tour to support Ghost Stories – which basically means tickets for their recently-announced show at London’s historic Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday 1 July are going to sell like hot cakes when they go on sale tomorrow morning.

To give you the best chance of getting tickets to what will be a must-see show for any Coldplay fans, we’ve put together the below buying guide – starting off with all the links where you can get tickets….

[box type=”info”]>>> Buy Coldplay tickets from Viagogo[/box]

[box type=”info”]>>> Buy Coldplay tickets from Stubhub[/box]

[box type=”info”]>>> Buy Coldplay tickets from Gigs and Tours[/box]

The Royal Albert Hall has a capacity of 5,000, so as you can imagine the websites selling tickets tomorrow are going to be under a lot of strain. To stand the best chance of getting tickets have each of those links open and ready to refresh at 9.25am sharp!

Ticket details

There are a lot of different tickets available, depending on whereabouts in the Royal Albert Hall you want to sit in…

Stubhub has the best interactive seating plan for you to see the venue and seating options, but this one from Viagogo is easier to see on a small screen:

royal albert hall plan

Tickets will range in price from anywhere between £49.50 and £150, and there is a strict limit of just two tickets per person. The name of whoever books the tickets will be printed on them and they will have to provide full photo ID in order to gain entry into the event.

Here’s the ticket links again:

[box type=”info”]>>> Buy Coldplay tickets from Viagogo[/box]

[box type=”info”]>>> Buy Coldplay tickets from Stubhub[/box]

[box type=”info”]>>> Buy Coldplay tickets from Gigs and Tours[/box]

Good luck if you’re planning on attempting to get tickets tomorrow, let me know how you get on in the comments below….

 

 

Post Author: Luke Glassford

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