Tickets on Sale Now for L’Arc en Ciel in London 2012

The date has been confirmed. L’Arc en Ciel will perform at the London indigO2 on Wednesday 11 April 2012, and tickets for the group’s first ever UK performance are on sale now for fanclub members, and will be on general sale from Thursday 17 November!

Tickets have two price points; £55 will get you a place in the venue’s centre balcony, side balcony, rear balcony standing or downstairs standing; where as £111 will get you a place in the King’s Row VIP or downstairs standing VIP areas. All tickets are subject to an additional 10 per cent handling fee. Accessible seating is also available, though customers are advised to call 020 8463 3359 or email for tickets.

VIP tickets holders will receive a special souvenir ticket, laminated programme and a towel to wipe up excess fan juices with.

Related stories: L’Arc en Ciel’s 20th L’Anniversary Screening


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6 Responses to Tickets on Sale Now for L’Arc en Ciel in London 2012

  1. Thomas Lenk says:

    I cant buy any :( whats wrong?

  2. Gunita K says:

    You’re not the only one! I can’t do it too.

  3. Cloudie says:

    You can’t buy VIP tickets because they are sold-out (since November)! You can only buy normal tickets now!

  4. Charles Bloomfield says:

    I wonder if they have obtained proper work visas or if he intends to sneak them into UK? I question Tetsuya’s legitimacy and anything associated with him.

    • Tom Smith says:

      The promoter or record label handles visas. It’s nothing to do with the band members…

      • Charles Bloomfield says:

        Exactly mate. The promoter Tetsuya did not obtain proper work visa for Keith Levene, so the Jah Wobble/Keith Levene concerts in Tokyo had to be canceled and Levene was denied entrance. I know friends that spent thousands and many hours on flights to get to Tokyo to see the concerts and were only told about cancellations when they arrived. I question his ethics and have heard that the Japanese government is looking into his unethical practices.

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