Tickets for SIR Elton John's summer concert in the Scottish Highlands have been snapped up by touts - days before they go on sale to the public. The ROCKET MAN star is due to play at Tulloch Caledonian Stadium in Inverness on 15 July (07) as the opening event of new arts festival InvernessFest. Bosses at Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club, who own the soccer stadium, have offered their 2,600 season ticket holders first refusal on the tickets, setting up a special hotline number with password for the sale of the concert passes. However, the details - which were exclusively for the club's members - were leaked to the public, resulting in touts snapping up the GBP40 ($78) to GBP80 ($156) tickets and posting them on auction website eBay for around GBP300 ($585) each. One fan says, "We got letters on Thursday morning with the hotline number and password. But the information got round Inverness like wildfire. I just hope there's enough tickets to go round." MIKE SMITH, the club's chief executive, says, "We thought it was beneficial to give this opportunity to our fans. But we are disappointed if people have passed that on to other people - but we have no way of stopping them."