Are ticket prices normally announced before the release, my son is begging for ed sheeran tickets for his birthday but cant find info anywhere on cost
Cant find anything for Dublin but budgeting for €100 per ticket would probably be wise.
"Tickets for Ed Sheeran's gigs will go on sale on Saturday, September 25. The tickets for the Cork and Limerick dates will cost €81 for standing and €91 seated. An additional service charge of €7.15 per ticket applies. There will be a limit of six tickets per show date per transaction."
thanks so much for that, may need to leave it
Very cheeky price imho, €300 for 3 people. "When I was a child, I didn't go to concerts."
I think we’re going to see a general hike in ticket prices. I was checking out Blondie who are touring the UK next year with Johnny Marr and the Manchester gig was £95 for side tier seats close to the stage. Seems a lot.
Have no interest in Ed Sheeran, but i did notice, he is charging, exactly the same for tickets, as he did for his 2018 gigs, i don’t think is the norm, as they do seem to have gone up a little bit across the board.