They did it: Bad Bunny fans who spent the night at Hado Ray are starting to buy tickets for their concert.

After the wait, the heat and camping out Puerto Rico’s Jose Miguel Agrelot Coliseum Fans Poor rabbit They achieved their goal: buying tickets to the concert “The Summer Without You”It will be at the end of July.

With a countdown of thousands of attendees in line, the doors inside the Solizio Arena opened at 8:15 a.m. for ticket sales for the three festivals on July 28, 29 and 30. A queue for the general public, the disabled and pregnant women entered the interior of the Coliseum before it opened.

In an unprecedented event, ticket sales for the show did not take place at the venue’s box office, but inside the facility. However, the media confirmed that the purchase of tickets is digital, and once they enter the Choliseo, participants will receive a confirmation by email.

Although the concert’s production team has been very reserved about sharing information about what’s going on inside, some fans think the artist has “some surprise” for them inside the Solizio.

That’s how thousands of Bad Bunny fans watched as they stayed overnight at Hato Ray to buy tickets to the “Un Verano Sin De” concert. (Vanessa Serra Diaz)

Led by Bad Bunny and his crew Noah AzadThey did not allow their country’s media or press inside the Solizio to learn about the process of selling the nearly 50,000 tickets slated for the three-day concert.

The Urban Layers team records every detail to create a documentary and create exclusive content. However, the thousands of attendees lined up around several blocks of Hato Ray can broadcast everything that happens inside the coliseum.

For his part, producer Alejandro Pabón explained in an assignment to El Nuevo Día that today his goal is to sell 17,000 tickets per show for a total of 51,000 tickets, so he hopes to finish the event by noon.

Bad Bunny fans enter the Solizio in droves of 150. They are given a card with a QR code to scan the ticket. At the ticketing area, another row is reserved for disabled persons. On the outskirts of the arena, attendees line up amid the music and the main complaint is that many are lurking.

Most fans started arriving at the Solizio last Wednesday, hoping to be the first to buy tickets. On that day, the event’s production team told attendees that they would receive four free tickets because the artist’s first name, Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, had seen them several days before the official sale.

The next day, a second group of fans began lining up with coolers, chairs and umbrellas, and since then, more people have joined the queue that ended at Plaza Las Americas.

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