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More than 14,000 tickets had been sold for the concert, according to Church's camp, with only limited-view seats remaining. The canceled orders violated the stated policy of an eight ticket limit per household.
"A lot of acts just want to sell as many tickets as they can and they don't care who they sell them to," Church said in the news release. "I want my fans to be the ones who buy tickets to my shows, and I want scalpers to back off. I can't stop ticket scalpers completely, but I can definitely make it harder for them."
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