Memphis in May warns of potential ticketing scam

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis in May organizers are warning of a potential ticket scam.

The event has gone to a new ticketing system where you print your own tickets at home.

The warning says there is a ‘strong possibility’ of fraudulent tickets being sold by street vendors.

“Patrons buying passes in any non-authorized way may be purchasing duplicated tickets which will not be valid for admission.”

You are urged to only buy your tickets from authorized dealers such as ticketfly.com and at the festival.

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