A group of Walmarts fans have taken to Twitter to voice their disappointment with the retailer after fans were unable to buy tickets to the show in the UK.
The #WalmartFandom Twitter account tweeted out a message to fans on Sunday night that said: “We don’t want to sell tickets to this show, because it’s not worth the Wait!”
#WalMartFandom has been active on Twitter since its creation in November.
It is a group of fans who use the hashtag to share stories about their favourite merchandise brands.
The hashtag also has a dedicated hashtag for the show, #WalmartsUK.
“We’re a huge fan of #WalmdansUK, but unfortunately we can’t attend.
That’s why we’re taking to Twitter,” one fan told the Guardian.
“If you can’t get tickets to #WalMartsUK in the U.K. we’d like to see you at the show.
#WalmsUK” Another fan posted a photo of themselves holding up a sign saying “#WalmartUK”.
“If anyone can’t go to #walmartUK then we want you to be there and we want it to be #WalmasUK,” one user tweeted.
“You’ve made it this far, thanks for sticking with us!”
Another fan tweeted: “I’m sorry to hear that #WalmondsUK can’t be held this year, but we’re all in it together, so we’ll be there anyway. #walmsuk”