PULA, Croatia (CelebrityAccess) — Tickets for the Foo Fighter’s first gig in Croatia went like hotcakes, selling out in just two minutes after going on sale on Nov. 23rd.
“The concert was sold out this morning, in less than 2 minutes. We feel sorry for everyone who didn’t get a ticket, the interest was simply too great for a venue with such a small capacity,” said a statement from the show’s promoter Los Angeles Agency.
According to Croatia Week, the Foo Fighters now hold the record for the fastest selling tickets, beating out both U2, when they performed in Zagreb and David Gilmour’s performance at the arena.
The Foos are slated for a June 19th performance 7,000-capacity Pula Arena, the first show in their upcoming tour of Europe. The Foos are also lined up to perform in Horsens, Denmark at Faengslet on June 25; Koengen Fortress in Bergen, Norway on June 27; and RDS Arena in Dublin. They also have a slew of festival stops planned, including Sziget, Leeds, Reading, Summer Sessions, Hurricane, Southside and the Vital Festival.
Pula arena, a historic Roman amphitheater, was originally built sometime between 27 BCE and 68 CE and is among the largest surviving Roman arena.
The arena was adapted for theatrical and productions and public events in the 1930s.