Tickets for Gary Barlow’s show in Dundee sold out in just minutes of going on sale.
Thousands of fans snapped up the briefs for the Take That star’s Caird Hall April 20 concert after they went on general sale at 10am today.
By 10.10am Ticketmaster and SeeTickets stated that their allocation had gone.
There were, however, VIP packages at £178 still available to buy.
Earlier this morning, hardy fans queued up from 7am outside the Dundee Box Office in a bid to get tickets.
Organisers previously warned that: “We are also very aware that we are not an arena and that the anticipated demand will be vastly in excess of the supply of tickets.”
Even before tickets went on sale today, some that were bought in an Amazon pre-sale were being flogged on third-party sites for as much as £440.
A Leisure and Culture Dundee spokesman said that any tickets found to have been bought outwith the official channels will be cancelled.
The 2018 tour is Barlow’s first solo venture in three years with the singer playing a number of “intimate” shows across the UK.
He will be supported by Fife singer KT Tunstall.