James Bay Isn't Happy With Secondary Ticketing Sites
James Bay strikes a pose on the red carpet while checking out a gala screening of Arrival held at the May Fair Hotel on Tuesday (November 8) in London, England.
The 26-year-old “Let It Go” singer recently attended the 2016 StubHub Q Awards, where he took home the award for Best Solo Artist.
During his speech, James told the crowd he was sorry if anyone had to buy their tickets through a secondary source.
“Apologies to my fans for ever having to deal with secondary ticketing sites,” he said. “I hope we see the end of them. They definitely suck.”
“Thank you to my fans for listening to my music, for coming to shows, for buying the record,” James added.
Don’t miss James‘s upcoming performance at the 2016 American Music Awards, which will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday (November 20) at 8 PM EST on ABC – and click here to see who else will be performing!