Sting in Athens - Ticket Presale Information...
January 24, 2018 

As previously announced, Sting is playing two shows this June at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus under the Acropolis in Athens.

There will be an Exclusive Fan Club pre-sale starting on Thursday, 25 January at 10am and will last for 24 hours. This pre-sale will be available ONLY for members of Sting.com. Tickets will go on general sale on Friday, 26 January...

Ticket Prices:

*Upper Tier: 60€ 
*Limited number of tickets, once sold out, the price will be set at 66€.
Lower Tier - Zone Β’: 84€
Lower Tier - Zone Α’: 100€
Lower Tier-Distinguished Zone: 142€

Limited number of tickets will be available at the Upper Tier for:
** Unemployed (verification required): 25€
**Students (verification required): 45€
**Accessible seating tickets will be available
in a designated area (Lower Tier, A 1 & 2): 25€

**Only available at Ticket House physical point of sale:

Seating plan per ticket category:
 
Points of sale:
Ticket House, 42 Panepistimiou str., tel. (+30) 210 3608366
*Lower tier tickets will not be available through this POS 

www.tickethouse.gr 
With the ability to print your ticket at home 
*In all online transactions there is an additional 10% charge
**Tickets for students, the unemployed and accessible seating are not available online.

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