If you’re one of the thousands of people who tried to score Radiohead tickets today, you’re probably a little frustrated. Tickets for the band’s upcoming U.S. tour dates sold out within minutes—and fans are livid.
Many people using Ticketmaster reportedly never saw ticketing open up. The site just refreshed to a “sold out” message.
is ANYONE in the WORLD getting through ticketmaster for the radiohead MSG show?! pic.twitter.com/iH3pahXRY8— Josh Fjelstad (@joshfjelstad) March 18, 2016
NONE OF THESE ARE MILKSHAKES pic.twitter.com/b5PvXEiThk— Josh Fjelstad (@joshfjelstad) March 18, 2016
owned again by the ticketmaster pic.twitter.com/64geXhlyyl— Josh Fjelstad (@joshfjelstad) March 18, 2016
But fans weren’t the only ones upset at the user experience. Thom Yorke, the band’s lead singer, tweeted his disappointment too:
He also tweeted from the band’s official account, instructing fans to keep their cool and be very careful when buying resold tickets from third-party sites.
At least there’s the comfort of knowing Yorke is just as annoyed as you are.
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