Anyone knows if any of the shows (in London) are sold out or something? I've been TRYING to buy VIP tickets (or even front row ones) for the past 2+ Hours and the site won't show many details...this system is confusing me. I stare at the screen baffled, like I can't read/comprehend what's in front of me!
From what I've gathered, only 1-2 scattered seats are available front row (A) and a few move in the rear end (balcony), which is EXACTLY the opposite of what I want. My 1st choice is VIP (with M&G obviously) but don't see that happening for London. ((
Also, the price's are confusing...IF I'm reading it correctly, its:
300GBP for VIP (with M&G,etc) 60+GBP for front row (Section A)
Can someone confirm prices? I'm looking to buy from other (unofficial) sites as well and I get other prices which seem less in value than the ones I saw via Ticketmaster uk.
Lastly, IF anyone who was lucky enough to purchase a VIP package, for any reason, wants to SALE their ticket (for either of both dates in London)...PLEASE contact me, I'm highly interested to buy. And, IF anyone has 2 x Front row tickets, side by side, that wants to sell also, contact me again.
Thanks and have a GREAT experience for those who managed to get their tickets, this show will blow their minds NO DOUBT about it!
Hello. I'm not going to the London shows but I'm replying because 1) I was considering it and 2) all Ticketmaster pages seemed to be doing some shady stuff during pre-sale/ beginning of the general sale.
So, despite the price of over 300 pounds/euro (you got that right), VIP tier 1 tickets for all countries were sold out pretty fast. There might be some tier 2 tickets left here and there but they don't include a M&G. If resale tickets look cheaper, that's probably because you'll get nothing for your money as VIP tickets are non-exchangeable and they ask for an ID upon entry.
As for what you see or don't see on Ticketmaster, im fairly certain that, in addition to the seats reserved for VIP, there was a huge chunk of some venues that was blocked for ticket agents. I have no other explanation for what I saw - very few seats available during pre-sale (none in the first few rows), then 2 seats altogether or none at all during the first hours of general onsale, after which a few hundred seats magically appear all over the venue.
Hi Nat, yes it seems all VIP for London is sold out. You're also unlikely to get any front row seats unless they're being sold on the ticket resell sites. VIP tickets will not accept a name change so you could only get normal tickets that way. Only way to get VIP now is if someone bought spare tickets. Have you tried the venue's website for tickets? www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/122609-evanescence-synthesis-live-orchestra-2018 Also check other sites like seetickets and axs before going to a resell website.
Thank's a million for your quick response, you were quite helpful! However, seeing how it wasn't my luck to see them in London, I've booked (front row A) VIP tickets for Manchester so that's something.
I forgot that VIP are now booked for each person's name, I guess that has both its advantages and disadvantages but I am glad I will get a M&G, sound-check and other treats with 'em & other fans. Also, who said its "fancy dressing" mandatory? I'm in trouble...haven't got any fancy outfit for UK weather (as I'm from an island)
Post by Rarkphoenix on Mar 22, 2018 3:02:39 GMT -6
Who else is going to either of these dates? I feel like loads of people I know (either online or in person) are going to the second one. Will be cool to hang out and talk Evanescence with people who think I'm (not completely) insane with my love for Ev
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