Some of OVO Fest's Biggest Fans are in Mississauga
Tomorrow is hip-hop artist Drake’s OVO Fest 2019 and Mississaugans are excited!
According to StubHub, 7.7 per cent of ticket sales for the concert were bought by Mississauga residents. This is the second-highest amount of sales from a city, just behind Brampton, which has 9.6 per cent of all transactions.
Other percentages of city tickets sales included:
- North York - 5.4 percent
- Downtown Toronto - 5.4 per cent
- Woodbridge - 4.3 per cent
- Scarborough - 4.3 per cent
Drake recently announced the Sunday line-up for the show, including performances by Mario, Chingy, Pretty Ricky, B2K and more. Many took to Twitter to voice their hype for the show.
While there was lots of positive feedback, some had a bit of criticism over the line-up.
And i was inna rush to reach back for ovo fest that line up just turn me off….chingy? Really? https://t.co/QHq0o7QtMe— Sin (@sin8six8) July 11, 2019
That Sunday line up at OVO Fest pic.twitter.com/B5dIVgwVD9— Mr. LoveYourself (@Statestweets) July 11, 2019
While opinions may differ, this year’s OVO Fest seems like it will still be a massive success.
Stubhub has also given some advice on how to buy legit tickets for concerts like OVO Fest.
- Never pay in cash.
- Use a service with a ticket guarantee and 24/7 customer service.
- Do not share barcodes on social media to deter fraudsters.
Will you be going to this year’s OVO Fest?
Cover photo courtesy of Drake’s Facebook
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