Cher Responds To 'Outrageous' Ticket Prices For Her Manchester Concert
The star penned a lengthy reply
The Queen of pop Cher has responded to claims that her ticket prices for upcoming shows are too expensive.
Cher is due to perform at the Manchester Arena on October 24 as part of her Here We Go Again European tour.
Tickets for the Manchester date are now for sale on official sites for between £136 and £392.
Fans have since taken to Twitter to call out the 'outrageous' prices.
Cher responded to frustrated fans on Twitter, adding that she thinks it's 'ridiculous'.
NO‼️ I THINK ITS RIDICULOUS🤬— Cher (@cher) April 5, 2019
The singer added: "I DONT LIKE TICKET PRICES , SO HIGH FANS CANT AFFORD TO COME TO MY SHOWS. ID RATHER DO A FEW EXTRA SHOWS.
"I'm Sorry…. It's been a Long time since I've been There & Dont Know What Promoters,Arenas,Artists (Me) Split Is? Ppl should be able to get some cheaper seats."
I DONT LIKE TICKET PRICES , SO HIGH FANS CANT AFFORD TO COME TO MY SHOWS. ID RATHER DO A FEW EXTRA SHOWS.I’m Sorry…. It’s been a Long time since I’ve been There & Dont Know What Promoters,Arenas,Artists (Me) Split Is? Ppl should be able to get some cheaper seats.🤔— Cher (@cher) April 5, 2019
When the tickets first went on sale they were priced between £74 and £169.
Tickets for upper blocks are now priced at £136, according to Ticketmaster, whereas floor seats start at £170 per person.