A quick guide to the Rome tickets sale
Following the presale for Icon members the other day, tickets for the August 6 Madonna concert at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy finally go on general public sale this morning.
Here’s a quick recap of the official info and a few tips that will hopefully help you in buying your tickets.
• Thursday April 20 – 9:00 AM
Online sale on www.ticketone.it and on the phone at the TicketOne affiliated call centers.
Access to the website can be filtered according to the number of connections requested due to the high request for tickets for the event.
When purchasing tickets online, their system automatically assigns the best available seats in the selected price category strictly in the order in which bookings are received.
Online reservations can only be paid for by credit card. You can choose to receive the tickets you buy online by post or to collect them at the event venue. Carefully review your delivery selection when purchasing your entries.
For further information please check the www.ticketone.it website and its F.A.Q.
Registering in advance should also speed-up your online purchase process.
• Thursday April 20 – 12:00 noon On sale at the 400 Ticket One boxoffices nationwide.
• Wednesday April 26
Tickets available in the various ticket outlets that usually collaborate with the Italian promoter of the tour, Milano Concerti. This include outlets that sell tickets for music events but that are not affiliated with the TicketOne network.
SECTORS AND PRICES
Here are the prices for the event. Tickets purchased online are subject to an additional service fee and shipping charges.
The Tribuna Monte Mario Centrale and Laterale (central and side west stand) are the only sectors with reserved seating, all other areas are general admission.
• Tribuna Monte Mario Centrale Numerata
(west stand central section – reserved seating): 134,50 euro
• Tribuna Monte Mario Laterale Numerata
(west stand side sections – reserved seating): 88,50 euro
• Tribuna Tevere
(east stand – general seating): 73,60 euro
(field – general standing): 73,60 euro
• Curva Nord
(north stand – general seating): 54,00 euro
Please note that the map above is intended to give you a rough idea of what the sector names actually mean and to help you to indentify them, but has not to be considered official.
You can also check our Tour Forum for live updates or to ask for help from the Italian Tribers.