Iman Tang has recently started a petition for a Coldplay second show, after failing to secure tickets for the band’s upcoming 22 November concert in Malaysia.
The entrepreneur posted the link to the petition on his Instagram Story, stating that over 70,000 people queued for the tickets but that it was sold out within an hour (it was actually sold out in three hours time).
“We need a second night concert! Do you want a second night? If YES, please do help to sign up the petition and send to Chris & mates…” he posted.
As of now, the petition has already gathered nearly 10,000 signatures.
Many fans also took to Live Nation Malaysia, the organiser of the event to plead for a second show, saying that Coldplay did the same in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Meanwhile, ticket scalpers are beginning to show up, with the highest resell price at RM43,000. The steep pricing had fans turning to Minister of Communications and Multimedia of Malaysia, Fahmi Fadzil to report the situation.
Said Fahmi, the ticket prices come under the purview of the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Costs of Living, and that he would take the complaint to its minister, Salahuddin Ayub.
If you want to sign the petition, go to: https://petitions.net/coldplay_for_2nd_show_in_malaysia