Warning not to buy sold-out Hugh Jackman tickets on resale sites

Warning not to buy sold-out Hugh Jackman tickets on resale sites

Latest: Hugh Jackman fans are being warned not to purchase tickets for his world tour on ticket website Viagogo.

Hugh Jackman's 'The Man, The Music, The Show' tour is sold out for Dublin's Arena on May 30 and 31 next year.

Aiken Promotions says there is no proof tickets appearing online actually exist.

A second date for Jackman's first ever world tour was announced this morning in anticipation of the huge demand for tickets.

In a statement, Viagogo said: “The tickets sold on Viagogo’s platform are genuine tickets that have been sold on by the original ticket purchaser in good faith. Viagogo is a marketplace and doesn’t buy or sell tickets.

"Viagogo provides a platform for third party sellers to sell tickets to event goers.”

Extra date added for Hugh Jackman - both on sale today

Tickets for Hugh Jackman's concert have yet to go on sale but an additional date has already been added due to the huge demand for tickets.

As part of his first ever world tour The Man. The Music. The Show. the Academy Award-nominated, Golden Globe- and Tony Award-winning performer announced he would play Dublin's 3 Arena on 30 May 2019.

An extra date has been added on May 31.

The concert will see Jackman performing hit songs from The Greatest Showman, Les Miserables and more from Broadway and film, accompanied by a live orchestra.

Jackman garnered his first Academy Award® nomination, for Best Actor, for his performance in Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables.

Jackman’s standout performance as protagonist Jean Valjean also earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Comedy/Musical, as well as Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award® nominations, for both Best Ensemble and Best Male Actor in a Leading Role, and a BAFTA Award nomination.

Most recently, he was nominated for his role as P.T. Barnum in The Greatest Showman. Sales for the soundtrack to the film have broken records the world over and reached multi-platinum status in many countries including the UK and America.

Most recently, he was nominated for his role as P.T. Barnum in The Greatest Showman.

Sales for the soundtrack to the film have broken records the world over and reached multi-platinum status in many countries including the UK and America.

Tickets for both shows will go on sale this morning at 9am.

Time to start hitting that refresh button - these tickets are going to sell fast.

Warning not to buy sold-out Hugh Jackman tickets on resale sites

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