DJ Pauly D’s second show in Victoria has already sold over half the tickets. (Photo courtesy DJ Pauly D Facebook page)

DJ Pauly D adds second show after first Victoria date sells out in less than two hours

Some tickets still available after second date added

After selling out the first event date, Pauly D has added another show at Upstairs Cabaret.

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Tickets for the first show went on sale July 6 and according to Upstairs Cabaret management, sold out in less than an hour and a half. Tickets for the second show, which was added one week after the first show’s ticket sales, are more than half sold.

Pauly D shared a message to Upstairs Cabaret, that they posted on their Facebook page, announcing that he had added a second show in Victoria.

The Pacific Northwest seems to love DJ Pauly D.

He is slated to be in Vancouver this September, and a second show was added after the first date sold out. He is also performing for a sold-out crowd in Seattle in August.


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