Just below Paul's announcement on Twitter of a second date in Vienna, I see many requests for second dates in the UK. Perhaps he can add one in Liverpool (December 11) and/or one in London (December 17)?
The demand for tickets seems to be high in the UK, perhaps he should have chosen bigger venues? I don't mean stadiums (due to the cold weather), but larger indoors venues in those cities, if they exist. Do they?
No. The O2 is London’s largest indoor venue. For the size and wealth of the country, the U.K. is poorly served with indoor arenas. There’s nothing much bigger than 15-16,000 in capacity. The Liverpool Echo Arena is under 10,000.
Ticket demand is artificially inflated by parasites like a Viagogo hoovering up all the tickets. I was at O2 show 2 in 2015 and it was not sold out with empty seats clearly visible and tickets plentiful from the primary seller (AXS). Some tickets were quietly downgraded in price Band to sell them.
I live 80 miles West of London and will very likely turn up on the day, ticketless. The ticket tout sites will panic and drop their prices as the clock runs down to showtime, often below face value. Happens every time, with every artist.