Just over 200 people were on the premises of the Puerto Rico Coliseum to try to get tickets for the Bad Bunny concert that will take place on July 28, 29 and 30. This despite the fact that the production of the event published that the line for the sale will start tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. and that the lines that are made outside of this schedule “will not count as part of the official line and will not be able to buy tickets”.
Maxiel Pérez arrived with several friends at 5:30 in the morning to stand in line. At 12 noon she set up a cot and a domino table to continue the long wait that will end on Saturday at 8:00 am when she opens the Coliseum ticket office.
“The security guys have come to tell us that those of us who are lining up are not eligible to buy tomorrow when they officially open. I understand that events have certain times and rules. When you go to the doctor on a first-come, first-served basis, some people tend to arrive earlier and line up and wait calmly. I hope they give us the opportunity because some people want to mistreat each other more than others and we arrived early,” Maxiel told THE SPOKESPERSON.
Pérez, who has been to all of Bad Bunny’s concerts in Puerto Rico, hopes to get tickets for the 28th so she can celebrate her best friend’s birthday.
“We try to make the wait as comfortable as possible. We have agüita, Coca Cola and with the rules we try to be creative. As they said, no booth and coolers, because we brought our packages with food,” said the Fajardo resident.
For his part, Brian Padín traveled from Hatillo to San Juan to try to see one of his favorite artists as closely as possible.
“I will be here until Saturday. Until the lockers open. If they say that you cannot do relays, you have to make the sacrifice, ”she said.
“I found that this line was going to continue and these people are going to be the first to enter. I imagine that those who arrive tomorrow will continue. One has to get ‘up front’. I like to sit almost VIP that can almost touch Bad Bunny, “said Padín.
He indicated that he has gone to all the Bad Rabbit concerts and the last one he enjoyed was the closing of The Last World Tour in Miami.
“I hope this concert is hard because Bad Bunny always shines at concerts in Puerto Rico. That’s why I’m here, because nothing like the ones in Puerto Rico”, she added.
Meanwhile, Jackeline arrived in line at around 11:00 in the morning to relieve her friends who had been in line since dawn and who almost won the free lockers that the production gave away to the people who began to make queue since yesterday morning.
The young woman from San Juan indicated that despite having been in line for a short time, she noticed a calm and cooperative atmosphere among the attendees who had already spent several hours in the sun.
At noon the line reached the Ernesto Ramos Antonini Free School of Music.
Earlier, the production announced that the official line for the sale begins tomorrow at 10:00 am
Tickets will go on sale on Saturday, July 9, starting at 8:00 am, and will be solely and exclusively on a first-come, first-served basis at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico facilities.
The purchase of tickets will be made within the facilities of the venue and the entrance will be through the Arena Oeste area. The maximum number of tickets that can be purchased per person is four.
For more details on ticket sales you can enter here.