Wanneroo: free tickets to Birds of Tokyo concert sell out

Birds of Tokyo will perform to a sell-out crowd at Wanneroo Showground on November 4.
Birds of Tokyo will perform to a sell-out crowd at Wanneroo Showground on November 4.

UPDATE: Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts confirmed all 12,000 tickets were allocated in one hour and 20 minutes.

“We knew Perth’s own Birds of Tokyo would create a lot of excitement but we were amazed at how quickly we reached capacity,” she said.

“The City’s event season is just beginning so visit our website for details on our other fantastic events.”

The City confirmed no more tickets would be released.

YESTERDAY: TICKETS to the City of Wanneroo Presents Concert have sold out within hours.

Perth band Birds of Tokyo have proven popular among City residents, with free tickets to the November 4 event at Wanneroo Showground selling out in less than three hours this morning.

While many were thankful for snapping up tickets, others expressed disappointment on social media.

“As a resident of the shire who has never failed to pay rates and who has supported all shire events I feel very let down by the ticket allocation,” one resident said.

“I was on-line on time to no avail. Can’t believe I missed out. Never missed out before,” another resident said.

One person suggested the City needed to find a bigger venue.

The City’s event page said no more tickets would be released.

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