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Renaissance Tickets: Beyonce Fans Left In Shock As Tickets Are Limited

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Just 30 minutes into the second day of pre-sales, ticket sellers warned that the number of tickets still available was “extremely limited,” disappointing Beyonce fans who were desperate to attend the singer’s first solo world tour in seven years.

For the singer’s five UK dates, Live Nation started selling tickets at 10 a.m. on Friday. However, at around 10.30 a.m., Ticketmaster (a Live Nation company) added a warning to all five pre-sale events.

This was the message: “There is currently a severe lack of tickets available for this show due to the incredibly high demand. If you can’t find tickets right away, we suggest coming back on Tuesday, February 7, at 10 a.m.”

Fan demand for Beyonce’s Renaissance tour, which is based on her album of the same name, has been extremely high.

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Seating tickets start at £56.25, standing tickets at £106.80, and VIP packages start at £1960 and go all the way up to £2400 for the VIP A “Pure/Honey on stage risers front row experience.”

On Thursday, thousands of O2 customers trying to access tickets via the O2 Priority app and website were let down when their services crashed, with fans reporting broken links and no tickets available for purchase.

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O2 expressed regret to Beyonce fans for their “difficulties” obtaining tickets and cited “huge demand” for the performances as the cause.

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