Taylor Swift is filling a blank space at the U.S. Bank Stadium. Those tickets will be available for pre-sale on January 23rd, and will go on sale on January 31st!
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. Some fans are arguing that by paying so much more for Taylor's tickets, they may not be able to purchase tickets for other concerts or games for the remainder of the year. "There are hundreds if not thousands of tickets left for every show".
But that doesn't appear to be slowing sales, as her stop in Philly this summer will feature a second performance due to "overwhelming demand".
The Taylor Swift "reputation" stadium tour kicks off on May 8 in Arizona and this will be Swift's fifth and sixth time performing at Lincoln Financial Field, where she made her debut in August 2011. West received one of these Christmas cards from Taylor Swift in the post.
Yet those sky-high ticket prices could still lead to Swift notching one of the highest grossing tours of all-time.
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As each day of the Verified Fan presale passed, more buyers were allowed into the sales queue - the idea was to weed out scalpers who often overwhelm an onsale with ticketing bots and automated programs that allow them to buy up tickets faster than fans.
Swift already has MetLife shows at the Meadowlands scheduled for July 20-21 and there are plenty of seats available, Ticketmaster's interactive seat charts showed on Wednesday. This is contrary to the sales from her 1989 album tour in 2015, which reportedly sold out in minutes.
"We'd like to sell the last ticket to her concert when she takes the stage each night", David Marcus, executive vp and head of music at Ticketmaster, told Billboard last month.