Dua Lipa has been having a major moment, and has topped the Irish charts for weeks with her hit New Rules.
The singer announced one Dublin date in her UK 2018 tour, set for April next year.
Tickets for the covetable gig went on sale this morning, and according to dismayed Twitter users, sold out in seconds.
Good morning to everyone except people who got dua lipa tickets
— ellen (@mediocrespice) September 29, 2017
The singer even added a second date due to the massive demand, on April 9, which is already sold out too.
Tickets for the Olympia Theatre concert were going for a mere €29.40.
However, they are now being sold on Ticketmaster's re-sale website, Seatwave, for a whopping price.
There are eight tickets available for the Olympia Theatre gig being sold on the site for €570.00 each.
Want you and your closest seven mates to enjoy the gig? Prepare to part ways with €5,377.04.
Fans are outraged by the massive cost of the re-sale tickets, and are now calling on the musician to notice of the issue.
1 Dua Lipa standing ticket being sold by someone who has bought 8, now at €570 a pop. Plus €103 booking fee from Ticketmaster. Sound.
— Aoife RC (@thatdanishgirl) September 29, 2017