Monday 22 January 2018

Dozens turned away from Justin Bieber's first 3Arena concert for having bogus tickets

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Amy Mulvaney

Amy Mulvaney

Dozens of fans were turned away from Justin Bieber's first Dublin date for having bogus tickets.

Aiken Promotions has issued a warning to fans advising not to buy tickets from any unofficial source ahead of Justin Bieber's 3Arena concert tonight.

The concert promoter has highlighted that tickets from unofficial sources may not be genuine and run the risk of you not gaining entry to the show.

Tuesday saw the first of Bieber's two sold-out Dublin concerts, and Aiken has said that numerous people arrived at the show with bogus and invalid tickets that had been bought online.

"Purchasing from these sites can result in huge financial loss and disappointment for fans who may arrive at the venue only to be refused entry without recourse," reads a statement from Aiken Promotions.

Aiken Promotions has urged people to buy tickets via and official retail outlets only. 

They also warned fans not to arrive earlier than 6pm for the show as queuing will not be allowed.

Doors will open at 6:30pm.

Under 16s will not be permitted in the venue without an accompanying adult, while under 14s are not permitted in the general admission/standing area.

Justin Bieber is set to perform for his second show in the 3Arena, Dublin, tonight as part of the Purpose World Tour.

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