Tickets went on sale this morning for Rihanna who'll be performing in Sunderland next year.
Her Diamonds World Tour will be coming to the Stadium of Light in June next year - with David Guetta as a support act.
Fans waited from early this morning and some camped overnight in order to get their hands on tickets.
You can watch the full report from Richard Salkeld below.
Tickets went on sale this morning for Rihanna's Diamonds tour, which will be making a stop in Sunderland next year.
The star's Diamonds World Tour will be coming to the Stadium of Light in June next year - with David Guetta confirmed as a support act.
Fans waited from early this morning and some camped overnight in order to get their hands on tickets - which start at fifty pounds each.
The spectacular show, which comes to Wearside on Thursday 20 June, is expected to sell out rapidly with a very high demand for tickets.
Tickets go on sale at the Stadium of Light from 9am on Tuesday 20 November and fans will be allowed to queue from 9am, Monday 19 November, but not beforehand.
Only General Admission tickets priced at £50 and a limited number of Golden Circle tickets priced at £60 will be available from the stadium’s ticket office – all other tickets are available online at www.livenation.co.uk.
Ticket allocation from the Stadium of Light is for standing and unreserved seats, and people are permitted to buy a maximum of eight tickets per person.
Anyone wishing to purchase a ticket for a reserved seat, from £40 through to £60, should do so via the ticket hotline – 0844 844 0444 or online.
Rihanna, one of the biggest music acts in the world, has confirmed that she will perform at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland next summer.
The star's Diamonds Tour is set to stop off in Wearside on Thursday June 20th 2013 as part of her biggest ever tour.
Along with Rihanna coming to the North East, dance music sensation David Guetta will be supporting her on the tour.
Tickets for the show will go on sale from 9 am on Tuesday November 20th and demand is expected to be exceptionally high.