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British producer Fred again.. sells out Hordern Pavilion 'secret show' in five minutes

British producer Fred again.. sells out Hordern Pavilion 'secret show' in five minutes

Sydney has been gripped by Fred Again.. fever.

British producer Fred again.. has caused pandemonium across Sydney after selling out a Hordern Pavilion pop-up show in five minutes.

The English musician has had fans running around Sydney chasing tickets to the exclusive show at Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter venue.

It comes following a sold-out show at Enmore Theatre on Tuesday (February 7) night and a packed-out Laneway set on Sunday (February 5) night.

Dedicated supporters of Fred have been clamouring for an additional show to take place in Sydney after tickets to the Enmore show sold out in a quick fashion.

He had been teasing the announcement of a secret show since setting foot in the city with the ‘whale’ emoji across his socials.

Whale stickers began to pop up across the city in places such as Taronga Zoo, Coogee, and Paddington as fans began to speculate whether an exclusive set would be popping up on Wednesday (February 8).

A projection of the whale emoji was found on a billboard on Broadway - probably confusing a lot of people who had no idea what was happening.

Lo-and-behold the ‘Actual Life’ producer announced at 8:30 am on Wednesday morning that he would be holding one final show in Sydney that night to the delight of fans across the city.

In the lead-up, to the Enmore show plenty of fans had been asking for a bigger venue to deal with the demand for tickets.

And the ever-popular musician more than delivered.

Tickets were available through a secret link delivered by email to those who had signed up for the waitlist for the Enmore Theatre show.

Essentially, Fred wanted those who missed out to have the chance to see him live.

And if reviews from his Enmore and Laneway shows were anything to go off - then those tickets were always going to be hot commodities.

Unsurprisingly, those tickets went like hotcakes with over 5,000 selling out in mere minutes.

It was a similar situation in Melbourne following the artist’s headline performance at The Forum, with hundreds turning up to the Howler after a rumour spread that he’d be making an appearance.

The rumour proved incorrect, although that didn’t mean Fred didn’t have something up his sleeve.

On Friday (February 3) he announced a secret Melbourne warehouse show that sold out in just 3.4 seconds.

Yeah, this guy is that popular.

Australia has truly been hit by Fred again.. fever.

Featured Image Credit: Boiler Room/YouTube. Fred again../Instagram.

Topics: Australia, Music