Tickets for Michael Jackson's 50 "final curtain call" concerts in London sold out in little over four hours Friday.
Michael Jackson has sold out 50 concerts at London's O2 Arena.
The tickets went on sale at 7 a.m., with fans queuing since Wednesday. They were limited to four tickets per household at a cost of up to $105 for general admission. VIP tickets cost up to $1,100. Around 750,000 were sold.
Tickets have already appeared online for resale, with one person seeking $35,000 for VIP tickets to the opening show on July 8.
Jackson originally announced he would do 10 shows at London's 20,000-capacity 02 Arena, but huge demand has seen a further 40 dates added. The king of pop's run is now scheduled to finish next February.
O2 owners, AEG Live, said due to the "incredible level of interest" -- pre-sale tickets to 10 concerts offered on Thursday sold out within minutes -- Jackson had agreed to add the extra dates.