This evening's Twenty20 Cup quarter-final between Leicestershire Foxes and the Kent Spitfires is now officially a 6,000 sell-out.
The last few remaining tickets for the game were snapped up on Saturday afternoon.
Consequently, the County Club have stressed again that there will be no admission on the night.
They have also advised all spectators to arrive as early as possible ahead of the 5.40pm start.
"It's fantastic news that we will shut the gates on a full house for the first time since the introduction of Twenty20 cricket,'' said Leicestershire's chief executive Paul Maylard-Mason.
In the other quarter-finals tonight, Surrey Lions will be trying to maintain their record of reaching every finals day when they travel to Bristol to take on the Gloucestershire Gladiators (5.30).
The Nottinghamshire Outlaws, who include big-hitters such as Stephen Fleming, Mark Ealham and Graeme Swann, take on the Northamptonshire Steeelbacks at Trent Bridge (5.30). The Outlaws have the incentive that they would be at home for the finals.
In the fourth tie, Essex Eagles host Yorkshire Phoenix at Chelmsford (7.0).