2.3% Of Australian Population Buys AC/DC Tickets
Undercover.com.au has issued the following report from Paul Cashmere:
2.3% of Australia's population bought an AC/DC ticket yesterday. There are 21 million people in Australia and half a million will see Acca Dacca next year.
Credit crunch? Not in AC/DC land. With more than 500,000 tickets sold in Australia yesterday that created a cash flow of more than $60 million.
Ticketing agency Ticketek reported that the sales made history. In the 30 years that the company has been around, that was the most ticket sales in one day for one act ever.
In Sydney, you could not get a ticket for the first show after 12 minutes.
At the peak of demand and capacity, 3,400 tickets were being sold per minute.
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