The legendary Tiesto is coming to Northern Ireland this summer! More specifically he'll be taking the stage at Boucher Playing Fields, Belfast for Belfast Vital 2017 on Saturday 26 August. The rest of the line-up is pretty spectacular too with Clean Bandit, Robin Schulz, Sigala & Disciples taking the stage.

https://youtu.be/8306rzMzSSs

So now you're sufficiently excited, you're wondering about the tickets, so here's the lowdown!

Tickets go on sale on Friday 31 March at 9am. Get your tickets here.

As can be expected the demand for tickets will be huge so here are some of our top tips to follow to give yourself the best chance to get your tickets.

  1. Open your account & UPDATE!
    First things first, make sure you have created a Ticketmaster account. If you already have an account log in now and make sure all your details are correct. Click here and go do it now, we'll wait....
    Make sure your account has the right name and address with your Post Code in Northern Ireland & Eir Code in Ireland (Don't know your Eir Code? Click here to search it ). This will save you time at checkout and lower those stress levels.
  2. Add your card details
    Save your debit or credit card details to your account. This way when you nab those tickets you wont have to fill in any card details at checkout, instead your details will be waiting for you and all you'll have to do is confirm your purchase.
  3. Don't refresh your screen
    Stick to one browser and one tab, and whatever you do, don't hit that refresh button! Having more than one browser and tab open will risk you losing your tickets.
    DO NOT click refresh! This will lose you your place in the queue. Ticketmaster is equipped with sophisticated systems that are designed to manage and process ticket purchases as quickly as possible. The queuing system that appears on your screen is actually doing something and will place you at the front of the line as soon as possible. Don't stress, just follow the instructions on screen and wait it out.
  4. Keep up to date
    Keep up-to-date with news at Twitter.com/TicketmasterIre and Facebook.com/TicketmasterIE. If anything changes with tickets, our social followers will be the first to know about it. We send real-time updates as the general sales happens, including any technical difficulties that might occur and alerts on when new tickets come available.
  5. Breath!
    Make sure you're ready and waiting to get tickets at 9am. Take a deep breath and don't stress.

 

Tickets go on sale on Friday 31 March at 9am. Get your tickets here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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