Fans desperate to see Kate Bush make her live comeback may have to pay out £1,500 after tickets sold out instantly.
Tickets for the 22-date tours were originally priced from £49 but they sold out in just 15 minutes this morning with many now on sale online at inflated prices.
One fan, writing on Twitter as @kankurette, said: "I love Kate Bush but I am not paying out the nose to see her. I have my limits."
Simon Presswell, managing director of Ticketmaster UK, said many fans were left disappointed as a result of the phenomenal demand with over 65,000 fans looking for tickets on the company's website at its peak.
"After a 35 year wait several thousand lucky fans will be seeing Kate Bush perform live, but despite playing 22 dates demand has significantly exceeded the number of tickets available so regrettably a number of fans will be left disappointed," he added.
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