Despite this, our party sold out the day before; and then we put more tickets on sale; and then it sold out again early in the day. It also sold more than 4× as many advance tickets as any of our other Halloween weekend events.
Reader, I am baffled by this, as I have never heard of Bad Bunny.
I mean, except for the fact that we've done a few parties with this theme, and people keep showing up by the thousands. And no, I'm not going to spoil it by googling him. I'm gonna see how long I can let this ride.
Anyway, what do you think happens when the ticket page changes to say:
If you guessed "we start getting text messages", you are perceptive and wise. A sampling:
- "Hi! I was going to buy 2 Bad Bunny tickets wayyyy earlier today but had to wait to get my wallet. I finally got access to it but I see that tickets are sold out online. Is it possible to buy some of the limited at-door tickets? If not, what time do you advise we arrive to have a good chance at the door? Thank you!"
- "hi. i was trying to purchase the bad bunny ticket but it says sold out. how limited are tickets at the door?"
"any chance one can be put on hold?"
- "Hi. Is there any tickets available for the bad bunny event tonight?"
- "Hi are their still going yo be tickets at the front door?"
- "Hey there! Do you still have tickets for the show tonight at the door?"
- "hey i seen the tickets are sold out but what are the chances of getting one more ticket for a friend, we already have a group going in! pls let me know!"
- "Hello will there be door ticket sales?"
"For bad bunny"
- "Hi! My name is Nicole, I'm interested in attending your event tonight, October 29th. I saw online that it is sold out. Are tickets being sold at the door? Is there a line to get in?"
And the best one, the absolute best one, at 12:40 AM on a sold out Saturday night:
- "Is there a line right now"