UPDATE 16/3/2017: If you missed out on Elton tickets on Tuesday, fret not! A final release of tickets will go on sale on Monday, March 20.
The tickets are for seats that may have restricted views and are priced at $69.90.
Promoters of the Once in a Lifetime tour, Chugg Entertainment, said the tickets were the “absolute final release”, adding that no further shows would be added.
Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here or by calling 1300 438 849.
EARLIER: Were you one of the lucky ones?
Promoters of Sir Elton John’s Once In A Lifetime concert series has just announced tickets to all four Australian shows - including Cairns - sold out this morning just minutes after going on sale.
TropicNow revealed last week that a limited number of tickets were on sale through Elton's official website before the Australian release of tickets.
A spokesman for Chugg Entertainment said:
"Within 8 minutes of going on sale to the general public, Elton’s Hobart show, the most intimate of the four-concert series, completely sold out.
"The outdoor stadium shows in Wollongong, Mackay and Cairns followed suit, with fans snapping up tickets in a matter of minutes. More than 50,000 tickets have been sold across the four concerts."
Legendary concert promoter Michael Chugg said: “This has been a phenomenal result for an artist much loved by all Australians.
"Elton really wanted to play to audiences where he had rarely travelled and the excitement was huge from the day that the tour was announced.
"From one end of Australia to another the Elton John magic is infectious, with audiences young and old keen to be a part of these spectacular concert events. We are all blown away by the sales results. It is now my job to negotiate with Elton to see if there is a chance of any more concerts dates on this tour.”
Fans are advised to stay tuned for the release of production hold tickets for all shows in the coming days.