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| Friday, October 26, 2007

Andy Lau Wonderful World concert tickets were on sales for public two days ago, due to the good response it suffered complaints and the organizer decided to add 3 shows.

Tickets sales started in the morning two days ago and within one hour, the most expensive tickets ($480 and $300) were sold out for 12 shows, up till yesterday afternoon, only a few $200 and $100 tickets were left. As several Andy's fans failed to buy their tickets thus they started a complaint movement. Other than non-stop phone-in complaints to the organizer, some fans even complained to the media as they express wherever ticket booths they went, all tickets were sold out. The fans complaint that internal departments and the sponsor took up most of the tickets thus resulting to no tickets on sale. Sponsor MaBelle had posters stating a certain amount of purchase would have free tickets thus making one to think that the sponsor is taking up all the tickets.

Andy who is currently in Taizhou for his concert tour, his company's spokesman Miss Tam had replied to the fans' complaint as she express that the number of concert tickets for public sale are decided by the government thus it's not due to internal bookings. She said that Andy thanked all for the support of his concert, there will be 3 additional shows from 2 - 4 January 2008, tickets will go on sale on 31 October 2007.

Note: What I found out is that tickets can be purchased online from this website - http://www.urbtix.hk/ but the server had been busy for days! Urrggghhh....

news from: MingPao, Sun News, Wei Wen Po, Apple Daily News