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Katy Perry Tickets On Sale

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Over 19,000 tickets will be available for Katy Perry's August show at the FARGODOME. However, after counterfeit ticket trouble at the Pink concert a couple of weeks ago, the FARGODOME wants to make sure no one else gets scammed.  

FARGODOME General Manager, Rob Sobolik, urges buying your tickets directly from their box office as opposed to third party websites or retailers. Sobolik says if you do take a chance, you're on your own.

"If there is something that happens the night of, there really is not anything the FARGODOME can do, other than encourage you to purchase valid tickets at the ticket office that night if they are available," said Sobolik.  

It's not known if Perry will sell out the Dome but if she wants to break any records, she'll have to sell out the Dome in about an hour, like AC-DC did when they came to the Valley.

Even though that sense of urgency or lack of tickets can send you looking other places, just be aware you may not get the real thing.

"It's alot of buyer beware and be very very cautious and we as the FARGODOME and Global Spectrum do not recommend that at all," said Sobolik.

The proper ways to buy tickets are:

By phone: 1-(855)-694-6367

Online: http://fargodome.com/ticket-info

In person: At the FARGODOME box office, 1800 N. University Drive in Fargo. Open Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  

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