Noah Kahan fans who are trying to buy the presale tickets for his Fenway Park concert have been extremely disappointed with the experience that Ticketmaster has left them with.
Due to long wait times, unending glitches, and high-priced tickets, fans have been left less-than-thrilled with Ticketmaster when it comes to procuring a seat at Kahan’s upcoming concert in Massachusetts. Kahan started trending on Twitter for all the wrong reasons on Wednesday after bookings opened inviting fans to get their hands on his concert’s presale ticket.
Here are some reactions from angry fans:
Many people were seen complaining that their presale codes refused to work when they tried entering the same on Ticketmaster. Many speculated that Ticketmasters had deliberately given out more presale ticket codes than they had the capacity to accommodate.
Meanwhile, Kahan, who is based out of Vermont, has announced seven additional dates on his 2024 We’ll All Be Here Forever tour, including a July 18 show at the home of the Red Sox. A second show will be added this summer at Boston’s Fenway Park.
“All Advance Registration Presale tickets are available for the We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour, including added dates. We are in uncharted territory folks! It’s so surreal and I love y’all! All tickets will be available this Friday at 10am local,” an Instagram post from Kahan read on Wednesday.”
The post added: “Face value ticket transfers will be available to prevent scammers and scalpers (NY/CO shows are exempt). $1 from each ticket will be donated to The Busyhead Project, a fund at the Vermont Community Foundation, which supports organizations delivering mental health treatment and providing access to care.”