Coldplay Urge Fans Not To Buy Scalped Tickets

26 June 2012 | 11:36 am | Scott Fitzsimons

The band sent a rep to Australia to inspect venues last week.

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Chugg Entertainment, promoters of the November Coldplay tour, which features The Temper Trap, have urged fans to avoid the allure of ticket resellers and wait for another authorised release of tickets.

With the dates almost sold out Chugg have said that representatives from the band were recently in Australia to inspect the venues and work out ways to increase capacity.

In a release today Chugg said, "Coldplay's international production manager flew into Australia and New Zealand last week to visit every show city and assess the venues and their respective seating arrangements to establish where more tickets could be made available for fans who had missed out.

"He has since returned to the UK to meet with Coldplay's management team to discuss his visit and review the band staging specifications and has committed to Chugg Entertainment that there will be more tickets to release for sale, the exact numbers are still to be determined."

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Chugg Entertainment wrote that they advise "fans who are tempted to purchase tickets from unauthorised resellers to be patient, as there will be a number of legitimate tickets released in the coming weeks."

The release of tickets will be announced via