Well you weren't alone...
More than 1000 presale tickets for the Flight of the Conchords' third Wellington concert sold out within a minute this morning.
Co-promoter Brent Eccles said the sell-out was thought to be in record time, though this could not be confirmed immediately this morning.
Around 1100 presale tickets went on sale to Visa customers this morning.
By 9.01am they were sold out.
A further 300 tickets would be on sale through Ticketek at 9am on Saturday for people buying in person.
And 300 more tickets would go on sale online at 1pm Saturday.
Earlier this week it was announced the smash-hit folk comedy duo had added an extra Wellington show after tickets for 10 gigs around New Zealand were snapped up quickly on Friday.
Tickets for the show in the Michael Fowler Centre on Thursday, June 21 cost $55 to $79.
Comedian Arj Barker, who featured on the Conchords' HBO show, will be the support act.
Extra shows have also been added in Auckland and Christchurch.
And yes, at least it looks like you're getting a second show at the Vector though...
Tour news: New Conchords show, Bell Biv Devoe cancelSource
Overwhelming demand has seen another Flight of the Conchords show added to their potentially record-breaking tour.
Pre-sale tickets for the band's first Vector Arena show on July 1 sold out in half an hour this morning, leading promoters to confirm a second show on June 29.
It follows huge demand for a 10-date theatre tour around the country, tickets for which sold out in minutes when they went on sale.
TimeOut this morning predicted the show would bring in almost $2 million in ticket sales.
Concert bosses say the Vector Arena shows will be more high-tech than the town hall-sized concerts.
"There will be big screens and extra speakers covering the arena to ensure everyone in the room gets the full Conchords' experience," co-promoter Stuart Clumpas said.
Pre-sale tickets for both Vector Arena shows, which also feature stand-up comic Arj Barker, will go on sale via ticketmaster.co.nz on Friday morning.
The tickets go on general release on Saturday at 1pm.
Meanwhile, Bell Biv Divoe have pulled out of their upcoming New Zealand show.
A press release issued this morning said the R&B band and rapper Ginuwine couldn't make it for their May 28 show because of the "unexpected reunion of New Edition for a North American tour".
Full refunds were available.
Plus you could still camp out!