FANS of Mumford and Sons who could not get tickets for their sell-out Apex concert may still get to see them.
The Bury St Edmunds venue has realised a lot of fans were disappointed because the tickets for Monday’s concert sold out in minutes so they are fencing off Charter Square and installing a big screen on the venue’s frontage.
An Apex spokeswoman said: “It’ll be like watching them on the main stage at Glastonbury, without the mud, the flags and the terrible toilets. The band have even promised to put in an appearance on The apex balcony at some point in the evening especially for the audience outside.”
But do not call The Apex’s box office for tickets — they will only be available in person from the box office on Friday June 1 from 4pm to 7pm. They will cost £10 and are limited to four per person.
Charter Square will be fenced and stewarded during the performance.