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P!NK concert sells out

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By: Brittany Paris
bparis@klkntv.com

If you want to go to the P!NK concert at the new Pinnacle Bank Arena, but haven't gotten your ticket yet, you might be out of luck.

The concert is essentially sold out, with only single tickets remaining. And it only took ten minutes.

The good news is this likely means bigger names will be coming to Lincoln.

Tom Lorenz, General Manager, said this shows the arena belongs in Lincoln, and shows artists they belong here too.

"It shows that the town is supportive," Lorenz said. "It talks back to the promoters and artists that Lincoln is a terrific town to bring their shows to."

By the time all tickets are sold, just over 14,000 people will be at the concert. Lorenz said by looking at zip codes, he knows people all over Nebraska and surrounding states bought tickets.

But he also said there is no magic secret to scoring one. Lorenz said when on TicketMaster, keep refreshing the site. And if you're on the phone, don't hang up.

Even though the arena is unfinished, it's still on track to be done by late August, early September.

And on November 9th, P!NK will be here for our entertainment, bringing 15 to 20 trucks worth of production.

"It's really a performance, more of a spectacular," Lorenz said. "There was some question of would people come here and buy the tickets and I think we put some of that to rest today."

The first official concert at the arena is scheduled for September 13th. The new Haymarket arena will announce the artist of that show in April. And another show will be announced in May.

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