Travis Scott London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: What time do tickets go on sale?

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Travis Scott is set to take over London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this summer.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will host rapper Travis Scott this July as he brings his Utopia Circus Maximus World Tour to London.

The tour is named after his fourth studio album, released last July, and Scott confirmed on Tuesday that his latest string of shows would stop in the capital and Manchester. 

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The concert at the north London stadium is set to be Travis Scott’s biggest show in the capital yet. 

Having already played at some of the city’s famous venues, including the O2 arena, the rapper will take to the stage at the 62,850-capacity Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on July 11.

Here’s everything fans wanting to see Scott’s summer show in London need to know about bagging presale tickets and what time they go on sale.

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What time do tickets for Travis Scott’s London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium concert go on sale?

There will be a few presale events over the next few days before tickets go on general sale on Friday (May 10) which will kick off at 10am.

The O2 priority presale will begin today (May 8) at 2pm. To access the tickets, O2 and Virgin Media customers will need to have registered for priority on either its website or app. Once logged in customers will be able to join the wait room for the presale tickets.

Live Nation will also be hosting its own presale which will start at 10am on Thursday (May 9). To access tickets fans will need to have an account with Live Nation and when the presale starts will be given the option purchase when logged in.

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