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Coronation Concert 2023 with Outstanding Music Performance

Coronation Concert 2023

In 2023, as we prepare for the Coronation Concert 2023, we celebrate the coronation of a new monarch with a spectacular performance of music, art, and culture.

There will be a wide range of performers, from classical to popular music, traditional to modern art, at the Coronation Concert. The concert will be held in a grand venue with the best of music, dance, and art performances. Culture activities will include folk dancing, storytelling, and traditional crafts.

Guests attending the Coronation Concert will include royalty, dignitaries, and celebrities. The atmosphere will be one of joy and celebration, with the audience joining in.

We are sure that the Coronation Concert 2023 will be a memorable event that will be remembered for many years to come. It will be broadcast live on television, radio and online, so that people around the world can join in the celebration.

What BBC Says about Coronation Concert 2023

Those who applied for tickets to attend the Coronation Concert were disappointed to learn they had all been sold out. A first-come, first-served ballot resulted in thousands of angry Twitter messages. Tickets could be claimed until 27 April. Tickets in the first two rounds were guaranteed by Ticketmaster.

Host is Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle will host the Coronation Concert on 7 May. Lionel Richie, Take That and Katy Perry perform. BBC organised the event, and Ticketmaster allocated the tickets. The BBC reported that everyone who won a ticket in either of the two main ballot rounds for the Coronation Concert 2023 had three weeks to claim it.

“Today, any unclaimed tickets were released on a first-come, first-served basis to those who had previously applied to the ballot and were unsuccessful. These inevitably went very quickly.”

However, fans complained that the email they received was unclear on Twitter.

The BBC quoted James Westwood saying: “It’s a bit misleading”.

While I was at work today, I received an email saying ‘Congratulations, you’re successful in the ballot’. I entirely forgot about it.

In a moment of excitement, I shared the screenshot with my girlfriend, who said: “Are you sure it’s true?” When I went to claim the tickets, I couldn’t get any. So, I went from very high to very low.”

Ticketmaster congratulated me this morning on being allocated two tickets following the ballot. I was obviously thrilled, clicked the link to claim it before they got released. I have until 12:01 on 27 April to claim.

Tickets are Currently Unavailable

There is an ongoing message from Ticketmaster that says: “Tickets are currently unavailable. Please try again later.”

I received an email saying I had been successful in the ballot. But when I clicked the link, it said sold out.“

There was no first-come-first-served allocation in the BBC ballot rules, but any unclaimed tickets would be re-assigned.

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