Tickets for Lizzo's Dublin gig were ‘sold out before they even went on sale’

Tickets for Lizzo's Dublin gig were ‘sold out before they even went on sale’

Tickets for Lizzo’s highly-anticipated Dublin gig went on sale this morning but it looks like a majority of fans were not able to secure tickets.

The performer is taking her Cuz I Love You Too tour to Dublin’s Olympia Theatre this November, following an iconic set at Glastonbury.

As the Dublin venue only seats 1,200, a lot of the tickets were snapped up during the presale. This meant only a few hundred remained for this morning’s general sale.

Angry fans took to Twitter convinced that the tickets were “sold out before they went on sale”.

Tickets which were priced from €39.50-€45 are now available through the resale service for three-and-a-half times their original value.

Lizzo is currently the number one trend on Irish Twitter followed by Ticketmaster.

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