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Music fan who spent £400 on tickets denied entry into AO Arena gig after suffering panic attack

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A music fan says she had one of the "most heartbreaking times" after she was refused re-entry into the AO Arena to see one of her favourite musicians after experiencing a panic attack.

Chloe Kent, 33, made the journey from her home in Norfolk with her husband to see Post Malone perform on Tuesday, May 16. After initially passing through security and having her tickets checked, she says she suffered a panic attack prior to the show and needed to leave the arena for around 45 minutes.

Chloe claims she was assured by a member of staff on the door that she would be able to re-enter the building, but after passing through security once again, she says she was stopped by staff near the foyer and was denied entry.

The content creator from Kent, who spent over £400 on VIP tickets, and travelled four hours from Norfolk to see Post Malone, says she missed the entire show as a result. Join our new WhatsApp community Manc Life by clicking this link: This is where the Manchester Evening News connects you to our favourite content about eating, drinking and having fun all across Greater Manchester and beyond! You can leave at any time, and find out more here. Chloe shared her experience on Instagram account after her followers asked her about seeing Post Malone and she also emailed the arena following the gig.

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