Swifties rejoice: Taylor Swift's management team offered excellent news to the singer's verified fans on Wednesday, with the announcement of new dates on the stadium tour for her latest album, Reputation, and how they can obtain tickets. Swift will also added a second Philadelphia show on July 13.
So, if these high-priced tickets aren't enough to scare you away from seeing Tay slay on her Reputation Tour, there are still plenty of seats available for purchase, and Taylor just announced even more dates! Thousands of tickets for both Rose Bowl concerts are still available and promoter Louis Messina told Billboard in December he was confident every show on the tour would sell out over the next five months.
Fans will have the opportunity to purchase tickets before the general public via the Taylor Swift Presale powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan.
'We're not trying to sell all of her tickets in one minute.
A glimpse at MetLife Stadium's availability for the July 20 and July 21 shows echoes what the source told the newspaper. In contrast, two Spark Arena shows on Swift's Red Tour sold out in 2013, resulting in organisers arranging a third show to cater for those who missed out.
Considering the fact that Reputation was the biggest-selling album of 2017, it's fair to assume that Swift's upcoming tour would be selling out venues within a matter of hours. While the practice does shift spending toward the artist, several ticketing professionals say they are concerned about how Swift's high ticket prices will affect consumers.
The tour has the potential of earning as much as a half billion dollars, which would make it one of the top-grossing tours ever.
The New York Post reports that sales across the world have not being going well - and its citing the massive mark-up on tickets as the primary reason.