Adele Las Vegas Ticket Sale Delayed by Amazon Server Outage – Billboard

Adele fans will have to wait until Wednesday to try to buy tickets for her upcoming Las Vegas residency.

A ticket presale for the Weekends With Adele residency at The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace scheduled for Tuesday (Dec. 7) has been delayed due to an Amazon Web Services outage that caused outages across the internet for sites including Disney+, Netflix and dating app Tinder.

The website DownDetector reported that the outage began just after 10 a.m. EST and is affecting everything from smart home devices like Alexa to cash app services like Venmo.

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Tickets had been scheduled to go on sale at 1 p.m. EST on Tuesday through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan – a program that allows fans to register for tickets ahead of time and gives Ticketmaster time to weed out resellers – but company officials confirmed that Adele tickets never went on sale and no tickets have been sold.

“Due to an Amazon Web Services (AWS) outage impacting companies globally, all Adele Verified Fan Presales scheduled for today have been moved to tomorrow to ensure a better experience. Fans will receive an email with updated info on their new presale time,” a tweet from Ticketmaster reads.

Ticketmaster was aware of an issue with Amazon Web Services earlier in the day. An hour before the presale was originally scheduled, the company attempted to push the presale from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. EST.

Many fans were unaware of the onsale change and thousands queued up to purchase tickets this morning. Queues to purchase tickets were listed at well over 2,000 people for multiple dates.

 

Source: Billboard

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