Radiohead make their highly-anticipated return to Dublin next June and it's fair to say that the world and its mother wants to go.
Tickets for the gig went on sale at 9am this morning, with the band implementing a series of measures to cut down on the risk of tickets being snapped up by touts.
As expected, the concert seemingly sold out in no time and a lot of people were left devastated after missing out on their chance to see the band.
There's a lot of anger being vented over on Twitter at the moment, here's a taster...
I think if he knew how quick Radiohead sold out, even Yoda would agree that in this case we did all actually try.
— Samuel Martin (@LeumasMartin) November 4, 2016
There's something quite nice in not even trying to get Radiohead tickets and just listening to them instead very loudly in one's headphones.
— Emma Lehane (@lehane1491) November 4, 2016
— conal (@ConalMcA) November 4, 2016
Not upset about not getting Radiohead tickets at all. pic.twitter.com/JtcPHsIwGD
— Liam Hanlon (@Liam_Hanlon) November 4, 2016
— Ruth O’Connor (@musicismyradr) November 4, 2016
No #radiohead tickets....by the looks of it i'm the same boat as the whole of ireland!
— Declan Dunne (@Spleck89) November 4, 2016
— ★garry baylon★ (@chunky66) November 4, 2016
— Philip Donegan (@PhilipJDonegan) November 4, 2016
Anyone else get shafted on Radiohead tickets? Dying to see them for years. Was there at nine on the dot. Sickening.
— Peter Carroll (@PetesyCarroll) November 4, 2016
If you're among the mourning crowds this morning, this one goes out to you...