Final allocation of Norwich tickets on sale 20 October 2011 1:10 pm Coldplay.com readers can buy the final tickets for the UEA show online
UPDATE: These tickets have now sold out.
Good afternoon. As previously announced, Coldplay will play a special show at Norwich's University of East Anglia on Thursday, 27 October, as part of BBC Radio 1's Student Tour.
Tickets, priced £20, were sold at the UEA box office to personal callers on Saturday, 15 October (after fans queued over night).
However, a final 100 tickets to the show have just been released for sale - and Coldplay.com readers can buy them online from here now. (We wanted them to go to you folks - but you'd best be quick if you want some.) UPDATE: These tickets have now sold out.
If you can't make it, the gig will also broadcast live on BBC Radio 1 (listen live on your radio in the UK, or online anywhere in the world). Tickets are limited to two per customer. To avoid these tickets being resold at inflated prices entry for these shows will be via wristband only. On the show day, 27 October, wristbanding will open at midday at the venue. Ticket buyers will need to go to the box office with their ticket receipt, photo ID matching the name on the receipt and if they have purchased two tickets their guest must be in attendance with them. Each customer will be wristbanded and can then return to the venue in the evening for the concert. Doors open at 6.30 pm and the show starts promptly at 7.00 p.m. so please arrive early. Please note that any wristbands that have been obviously tampered with will be refused entry.