More than 1 million people will go into the ballot for Led Zeppelin tickets following the closure of registration the reunion show yesterday (September 19).
Around 20,000 tickets will be available for the November 26 gig at London’s O2 Arena which a tribute to Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun.
In a statement promoter Harvey Goldsmith, who is also working on Bruce Springsteen’s show at the venue, said: "This response is amazing.
“We would like to thank all the fans for their support and we hope that all those fortunate to be successful will keep the tickets out of the hands of touts."
Fans who have been allocated the £125 tickets will be notified on October 1.
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