Fans try to sell their Gerry Cinnamon tickets so they can watch the All-Ireland final instead 5 days ago

Fans try to sell their Gerry Cinnamon tickets so they can watch the All-Ireland final instead

Poor Gerry.

First of all, "She is a belter," is an absolute tune, and it's no surprise that everyone bought tickets in a dance to watch Gerry Cinnamon play live tonight in Belfast.

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However, unfortunately for ticket buyers, the All-Ireland final was rescheduled on two different occasions and now the date clashes with the concert.

The Scottish indie star now has to compete with the All-Ireland final between Tyrone and Mayo, and unfortunately for him, the GAA fans have made their decision.

Fans everywhere took to social media to try and flaunt their tickets for face value, before opting to sell them for a cheaper price, and eventually just started giving them away.

Donegal legend Kevin Cassidy was on this exact boat, and took to Twitter to offer his ticket for the cost of nothing but a stout sometime in the future.

"Two Gerry Cinnamon tickets for Belfast Saturday take them with you. You can buy me a stout next time you see me DM me or send message"

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With the game throwing in at 5pm, and the concert starting round 8pm, many people will be attempting to get the best of both worlds.

However, if you are from Tyrone and planned on going to this, you best believe you were not going to risk missing the after party f a potential Tyrone win.

Of course with the internet being the internet, this led to some very funny tweets.

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Even Tyrone legend Owen Mulligan got involved.

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