A Bristol man denies fraud by selling fake festival and concert tickets.
Luke Dawson, 33, of Tannery House, appeared before Bristol Crown Court today (August 25, 2021).
He pleaded not guilty to eight charges of fraud involving false representation.
It is alleged he provided the following fake tickets:
- Two tickets for Boomtown Festival, for £480, to Sanchia Rattigan on July 25, 2017
- Two tickets for the Chemical Brothers at London Paintworks, for £77, to Rui Gomes on October 4, 2017
- Three tickets for the Chemical Brothers at London Paintworks, for £105, to Phillipa Mckenzie on October 6, 2017
- Tickets for the Chemical Brothers at London Paintworks, for £80, to Nadia Jacob on October 8, 2017
- Ticket to The Streets, for £50, to Nathan Packer on October 20, 2017
- Two tickets to the Thekla music venue, Bristol, for £40, to Gareth Flynn on February 16, 2018
- Two hospitality tickets to Motion nightclub, Bristol, for £60, to Emma Dann on October 27, 2018
He also denies transferring £1,700 wages from the Walkabout bar, Bristol, to his bank account in June 2018.
Judge James Patrick adjourned the case for trial on May 23 next year.
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