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Soundwave Release More Tickets For All Cities

Written by Alex Langlands on December 18, 2012

It seems that Soundwave’s AJ Maddah is playing Santa this Christmas. In an exciting turn of events, a strictly limited number of tickets are set to be released this Friday. The extra tickets are being made available for all five cities (yeah, that includes Sydney and Melbourne) just in time for this year’s stocking haul.

Although the exact number of tickets is currently unknown, all we know is that it’s not many. As always, Australia’s juggernaut metal festival will cause yet another bloodbath on the Internet at 10AM this Friday as desperate fans attempt to get their hands on the last few tickets to ensure that they catch a glimpse of the biggest lineup Australia has seen in some time.

Tickets will once again go on sale via Oztix for the very cool price of $195.85 + BF. I believe we can all agree and say that it’s well worth it. So organise your funds, and get clicking because this is your last chance. Merry Christmas!

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