After remaining mum on OVO Fest, Drake announced on Tuesday that he'd be bringing back his local love-in for summer 2017. It's all happening at the Budweiser Stage on August 7.
However, as per usual, it was super hard to snag tickets to this annual event and people weren't shy when venting their frustrations.
Every year it's the same story with OVO Fest tickets http://pic.twitter.com/E4iVrSS3lo— Catherine (@cravinCatherine) June 29, 2017
Tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. today via Ticketmaster and prices ranged from $69.25 (for lawns!) to $229.25.
When you wait all morning to buy @Drake 's OVO fest tickets and they sell out in two minutes because of bots — lee szn (@ltdiabla) June 29, 2017
Drake fans aren't the only ones miffed about ticket sales. Earlier this week, the provincial government unveiled new ticketing rules, which would make bots (and tickets sold by bots) illegal. Resale ticket prices would also be capped at 50 percent above face value.
#OVOFest tickets went on sale 20 minutes ago and there's already thousands of tickets on Stubhub https://t.co/rdgbactcOZ— Melissa Muzyczka (@melmuzyczka) June 29, 2017
While it's unclear how the government will enforce these rules, they'll hopefully help quash what happened this morning.
by Amy Grief via blogTO
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