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Tickets for Ed Sheeranś show in Mumbai sell out in minutes

13 July 2017 - 60   - 0

Tickets for Ed Sheeranś show in  Mumbai in November as a part of his world tour to support his new album Divide have sold out  within minutes, Indian media reported.

Tickets were available from Wednesday noon,  sold out Times Now reported.

Tickets were available on Book My Show under three categories – Silver: Rs 4,750, Gold: Rs 8,000 and Diamond: Rs 12,000. Registration for the tickets, however, have been closed.

The concert tickets will only be available to registered customers via the unique link on a first come first serve basis. Customers, who have registered themselves, will receive a unique booking link on July 12 before sales open at 12 pm IST via email and SMS, a statement on Book My show read.

Ed Sheeran's world trip began in May and will take his entourage across continents throughout the rest of the year. The 26-year-old singer will promote his new album Divide during the trip. Apart from India, some additional shows have been added in Dubai, Honk Kong, Tokyo and Bangkok.

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