Secure tickets for Elton John’s SECOND Hobart show

Sir Elton John will play a second night at Derwent Entertainment Centre, Tasmania following the phenomenal demand for the first show which went on sale yesterday.

The music legend will now headline the Tassie venue on Thursday 28 September, as well as the first gig on Wednesday 27, as he brings a greatest hits setlist to fans down under.

Following overwhelming demand for the original Once In A Lifetime dates, we’ve got top tips for fans hoping to secure tickets for the new date next Monday.

Here’s everything you need to know:

When do tickets go on sale?

Tickets for Elton John at Tasmania’s Derwent Entertainment Centre on 28 September go on general sale at 9am (local time) on Monday 20 March via

Open your Ticketmaster account and log in now

We suggest getting the basics covered before tickets go on sale by logging in and checking your Ticketmaster account ahead of time. Remember to triple check your passwords, delivery address and billing information now, so you’re not facing any last minute account updates when trying to process your order. Head to now and log in to your account to get started.

Don’t refresh your screen

Stick to one window when you’re processing your ticket order and avoid the temptation to use multiple devices. Attempting to access tickets from multiple devices won’t increase your chances of securing tickets and could risk slowing the process down. Similarly, hitting the refresh button means you’ll lose your place in the queue, and as frustrating it can be, patience is key when trying to buy tickets.

Ticketmaster’s sophisticated systems are designed to manage and process ticket purchases as quickly as possible. The queuing system that appears on your screen is doing all the hard work for you and will place you at the front of the line as soon as possible.

Keep an eye on the clock

There will be a time limit applied to all transactions as they progress through the ticket purchasing stages. Remember to keep an eye on the timer on your screen and move through the processing pages as quickly as possible (this is even easier when you’ve completed the account set-up stage we mentioned above).

Be sure that they have a Ticketmaster account and know your password.  If you don’t have an account you can sign up at

Our Twitter followers are the first to find out about ticket updates, even after tickets have gone on sale. If anything changes with Elton John tickets, we’ll feed the news live onto our social channels; Twitter and Facebook.

There are a LOT of Elton John fans

Like the previous dates, we’re expecting this to be a very popular event. When a popular event goes on sale there are literally hundreds and sometimes thousands of customers simultaneously attempting to purchase tickets across all distribution channels.

As with any limited commodity, tickets are sold as long as seats are available, and sometimes they go very quickly.

Be sure to follow the above tips to give ensure you have the best chance of snapping up some tickets.

Ticket delivery details

All standard tickets – whether purchased online, via phone or outlets – will be held back for delivery, printing or collection until 21 March 2017.

All souvenir tickets will be mailed to ticket holders from 1 August 2017.

Please note that confirmation emails may take up to 72 hours after making your booking to arrive in your email inbox. In the meantime, if you’d like to check your booking details, you can click “Print Receipt” for your Elton John tickets in your Orders page.

Elton John ticket prices and seating maps

Ticket pricing and seating maps vary between venues. Please select “See Tickets” for venue you’re interested in by clicking here. The venue map will appear on this page. Select the “Price Range” link on the event page for ticket prices.

Don’t forget…

There is only one authorised seller for Elton’s Tasmania concerts and that is Ticketmaster.

No tickets for this show are available from Ticketmaster now, until Monday 20 at 9am.

Fans should be aware there are sites selling tickets that are not Ticketmaster. The promoter, nor the ticketing outlet, can take responsibility for any tickets not purchased from the authorised ticket seller – which is Ticketmaster for Tasmania.

Set a reminder!

Elton John at Derwent Entertainment Centre, Tasmania on 28 September go on general sale at 9am (local time) on Monday 20 March via – we recommend setting those alarms now!

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