Tuesday 30 May 2017

Warning issued ahead of Ed Sheeran ticket sales

A warning has been issued ahead of ticket sales for Ed Sheeran's Dublin concerts.
A warning has been issued ahead of ticket sales for Ed Sheeran's Dublin concerts.
Ed Sheeran's new music has been a hit for fans
Amy Mulvaney

Amy Mulvaney

A warning has been issued ahead of ticket sales for Ed Sheeran's Dublin concerts.

Aiken Promotions is cautioning fans not to buy tickets via secondary sellers or any unofficial source ahead of tickets going on sale for Ed Sheeran's two Dublin dates this year.

The concert promoter is warning fans to be aware of fraudulent websites and ticket sellers and only buy tickets from official sites.

Purchasing from unofficial sites or secondary sources can result in fans being turned away at the door due to counterfeit tickets, resulting in financial loss and no entry to the concert.

Ed Sheeran's new music has been a hit for fans
Ed Sheeran's new music has been a hit for fans

"Tickets on any secondary sites cannot be confirmed as valid tickets," said Peter Aiken.

The Photograph singer will take to the stage at the 3Arena on April 12 and 13 this year.

It will be Sheeran's first shows in Ireland since his two sold out dates at Croke Park in 2015.

Tickets for Ed Sheeran at 3Arena Dublin go on sale from Ticketmaster.ie and Ticketmaster outlets nationwide on Thursday 2nd February at 10am with a strict ticket limit of 4 per person.

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