Following the great demand, the British band has decided to increase the number of concerts, which in all will be five: two in Naples and three in Milan.
The start of the sale of Coldplay concert tickets has created trouble and confusion this time too. Thousands of fans were already queuing up on authorized sites this morning to win at least one ticket. So Chris Martin’s group has decided to increase the number of dates, from 2 to 5. The original stages remain, namely that of 21 June 2023 in Naples and that of 25 and 26 June 2023 in Milan. In addition to these two new appointments: one in Naples, on June 22nd and one in Milan, on June 28th, respectively at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium and at San Siro. The Italian fans breathe a sigh of relief. Finally they will be able to meet Coldplay on the Music Of The Spheres World Tour.
Where can they be purchased
Subscribers to the My Live Nation site can already buy tickets today, while others will have to wait for tomorrow, Thursday 25 August. We are now in the midst of the great challenge, the ticket race. Fortunately, with a few more dates it will be possible not to experience the disappointment of sold out in a few minutes. In 2016, the tickets were sold out in record time. On Ticketone and Ticketmaster the sale of tickets will start tomorrow starting at 10.00. The purchase limit per customer of 4 tickets during the presale, while it rises to 6 tickets in general sale. Please note that tickets are nominal and the price varies according to the appointment and the type of ticket. In Naples as in Milan, prices range from a minimum of € 57.50 (Sixth Numbered Sector) to a maximum of € 172.50 (First Numbered Sector).
Prices – Naples
Prato: € 103.50 (€ 90 + presale € 13.50); First Numbered Sector: € 172.50 (€ 150 + presale € 22.50); Second Numbered Sector: 138.00 € (120 € + presale 18.00 €); Third Numbered Sector: € 97.75 (€ 85 + presale € 12.75); Fourth Numbered: € 74.75 (€ 65 + presale € 9.75); Fifth Numbered Sector: € 63.25 (€ 55 + presale € 8.25); Sixth Numbered Sector: € 57.50 (€ 50 + presale € 7.50).
Prices – Milan
Prato: € 109.25 (€ 95 + presale € 14.25); First Numbered Sector: € 172.50 (€ 150 + presale € 22.50); Second Numbered Sector: € 143.75 (€ 125 + presale € 18.75); Third Numbered Sector: € 109.25 (€ 95 + presale € 14.25); Fourth Numbered: € 92.00 (€ 80 + presale € 12.00); Fifth Numbered Sector: € 74.75 (€ 65 + presale € 9.75); Sixth Numbered Sector: € 57.50 (€ 50 + presale € 7.50).
The race for 2016 tickets
In October 2016, the tickets were gone in no time. Only the fastest and most organized had managed to win them. The sold out had come sooner than imagined. The disappointment of the slower fans, who wanted so much to go to the concert scheduled for July at the San Siro, was enormous. So the British band had decided to add a date, again in Milan. Again the tickets had been sold in record time. Some had failed a second time. And then the bitter surprise: those same tickets that they had not been able to buy ended up on sale online again with the difference that the prices had reached very high figures. Codacons then presented a complaint to the Milan Public Prosecutor’s Office so that any hypotheses of crime could be ascertained and the perpetrators sanctioned. This time we hope for a more peaceful purchase, even if slowdowns in the sites would have been reported earlier in the day given the large number of visitors. The advice is always to refer to reliable sites and not to buy tickets from unauthorized persons.
August 24, 2022 (change August 24, 2022 | 16:42)
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