A fan chooses tickets for Dayo Wong Tze-wah’s stand up comedy show at City Hall in Central. Photo: Winson Wong

Government mulls plan to crack down on ticket touting, which would outlaw the practice at two publicly owned concert venues

  • The government-run Hong Kong Coliseum and Queen Elizabeth Stadium are not currently covered by existing anti-scalping law
  • Planned law could also force concert organisers to lower the proportion of tickets used for special allocations
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A fan chooses tickets for Dayo Wong Tze-wah’s stand up comedy show at City Hall in Central. Photo: Winson Wong
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