10.23.12 Sting: Back To Bass Fall Tour 2012 – Tickets For Manila Concert Available Tomorrow, October 25...


As a reminder, tickets for Sting's concert in Manila, Philippines on December 9, 2012 may be purchased beginning tomorrow, October 25 at all Ticketnet outlets, online at www.ticketnet.com.ph or call 911-5555 for information.

Fans who had purchased a ticket for the concert previously scheduled at the SM Mall of Asia Arena may exchange their tickets, also beginning tomorrow, October 25, at a special window at the Ticketnet Office located at the Araneta Coliseum. Tickets may be exchanged leading up to and including show date, though we recommend this be done in advance to avoid lengthy queues.

Those who purchased a reserved ticket will receive a reserved ticket for the performance at the Araneta Coliseum. Reserved seat tickets have been carefully reassigned so that fans with a reserved ticket at the MOAA will receive a comparable reserved ticket in the new venue.

If a refund is preferred, these tickets must be refunded at SM Tickets no later than Sunday, November 18, 2012.
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mongaddi - 10.30.12
ticket exchange
And again for tomorrow, they could neither confirm or deny the ticket exchange. Things are being handled pretty absurdly over here. I hope Sting management can do something about this. the promoter and the ticket provider seems to be pointing fingers at each other
erickabee - 10.24.12
Ticket Exchange
I just called Ticketnet and they said that there will be no ticket exchanges today, 25 October 2012. I hope someone can already act on this. I have been calling Ticketnet since the statement above was released and no one could provide me with a definite answer as to even what window to proceed to.
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