Taylor Swift announces two extra London dates for Eras Tour
The pop star adds shows on 19 and 20 August 2024 to her tour, meaning she will now play eight dates at Wembley Stadium.
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Tuesday 14 November 2023 10:45, UK
Pop superstar Taylor Swift has added two more London dates to her blockbuster Eras Tour.
Swift , 33, is already playing six dates at Wembley Stadium next 21, 22, 23 June and 15, 16, 17 August.
She will now also play 19 and 20 August, 2024.
But fans hoping to grab coveted tickets are required to have registered for the previous round of ticket sales.
In a post on X, formerly Twitter, announcing the dates, Taylor Nation - the star's management and PR team - said, "God, we love the English" in a reference to her 2019 song London Boy.
"TS The Eras Tour just added TWO new London shows in August 2024. A limited number of fans who previously registered for shows in London will be selected for access to the sale and receive notifications via email starting today."
Tickets will be on sale for those who were previously registered and who receive an access code on 14 and 15 November.
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Rock band Paramore is set to be the opening act for all of Swift's UK dates.
Swift will also play previously announced shows at Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium on 7, 8 and 9 June 2024 before heading to Liverpool's Anfield stadium for 13, 14 and 15 June.
She will perform at Cardiff's Principality Stadium on 18 June before the first set of London dates.
She will then play dates in Ireland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Poland and Austria before returning to Wembley in August.
Swift just finished a three-day run of the tour in Buenos Aires, Argentina, this week where her rumoured boyfriend American football star Travis Kelce was in attendance.
Video showed Swift kissing Kelce and she appeared to change a lyric in the song Karma to reference his NFL team the Kansas City Chiefs.
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She also appealed to fans not to throw items on stage during one of the recent concerts.
Swift will play six dates in Brazil starting on Friday before visiting Japan, Australia and Singapore in February and March.
By the time the tour ends in December 2024, Swift will have played 151 shows across five continents.
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The record-breaking tour is also set to gross more than $1bn (£813m) according to reports.
Meanwhile, the film version of the tour - recorded in Los Angeles during the US leg this summer - broke the record for the most profitable concert film in history one week before its release .
Global ticket sales had topped $200m (£163m) as of 3 November.
Taylor Swift adds two new UK dates to Eras Tour - how to get tickets
The first batch of tickets go on sale later on today
- 12:44, 14 NOV 2023
Taylor Swift has surprised fans by adding two new dates to the UK leg of next year's Eras Tour.
The singer was already playing 13 shows across Edinburgh, London, Liverpool and Cardiff in June and August 2024. Now she has revealed she will be playing additional two shows at London's Wembley Stadium on Monday August 19 and Tuesday August 20.
Like the previous The Eras Tour tickets, sales for the new dates will be staggered and limited to those who had previously preregistered for London tickets. Ticketmaster and AXS sent out e-mails to eligible fans who have been selected to take part in the sales.
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Tickets for the August 19 date go on sale today (Tuesday November 14) at 2pm, while tickets for August 20 go on sale tomorrow (Wednesday November 15) at the same time.
Ticketmaster and AXS have sent out unique, non-transferable access codes for the sales to chosen fans. Ticketmaster added that the link and code do not guarantee tickets, they just give fans access to join the sale.
Ticket availability is limited and they are sold on a first-come, first-served basis while currently available inventory lasts. The unique code cannot be used to purchase tickets for any shows or sales outside of the two London shows.
Each unique code is valid to purchase up to four tickets only. Tickets for previous London Wembley dates ranged from £177.25 for Left and Right Front Standing options while General Admission Standing was priced at £110.40 per person.
Seated tickets, including side view seats and partially obstructed limited views start at £58.65 and go up to £194.75 each. For those planning on splashing out for the VIP packages, the Its Been A Long Time Coming Package comes in at a staggering £662.40 each, while Karma Is My Boyfriend is priced at £387.40 and I Remember It All Too Well Package at £332.40.
The Ready for It Package is priced a £277.40, It's A Love Story package is £222.40 and We Never Go Out Of Style is £196.60.
The UK leg of The Eras Tour begins on 7 June 2024 in Edinburgh and wraps up on 20 August 2024 in London.
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Taylor Swift is set to bring her epic Eras tour to Europe and the UK next summer.
Kicking off in May 2024, Swift is set to perform 48 shows during the run , with Paramore supporting on all dates.
Demand for the North American leg of Swift’s Eras tour was so high , Ticketmaster was forced to postpone the sale for several days, leading to fans starting legal action against them , while US congress also launched an official investigation .
Demand is equally high in Europe, with Ticketmaster postponing the sale of Paris tickets due to an ” issue with a third-party vendor ”, but other sales have gone off without a hitch thanks to the strict registration system Swift’s team has implemented for the tour.
As well as offering a dedicated sale to fans who pre-ordered Swift’s tenth studio album ‘ Midnights ’, the general sale for the Eras tours required fans to register their interest for each city they wanted access to. To help curb demand, a number of fans were then given an access code that would allow them to take part in the general sale, while others were placed on a “waitlist”.
UK fans will find out if they’ve been selected to take part in the general sale for shows in London, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Cardiff by 11:59pm Thursday (July 14), with tickets available from July 17.
For the best chance of success during the general sale, fans are advised to ensure they have enough funds in their account and to add payment details to their Ticketmaster or AXS account, depending on which platform is handling the sale. Prices are yet to be confirmed but based on European shows, a range of VIP packages will be available to purchase so fans should also set a firm budget ahead of the sale.
Fans are advised to never share images of their tickets online. Scammers can use these to rip-off other fans or potentially duplicate your tickets, leaving you unable to access the event.
If you didn’t register, or weren’t selected to participate, there is still hope. Due to the staggered nature of the sale, some fans have purchased tickets they won’t need and with a year before the UK leg of the tour kicks off, plans change, so the secondary ticket market is always an option.
To purchase resale tickets as safely as possible, fans should avoid buying tickets via social media because it’s impossible to tell the genuine sellers from the scammers. similarly, fans should never pay directly with cash or online banking transfer, because the transaction can’t be traced and offers you no protection if things do go wrong.
Your best bet is ticket marketplaces like viagogo, which connects ticket sellers with fans via a safe platform. All viagogo orders come with a 100 percent customer guarantee that backs each order, which means fans get in the door or their money back – as ticket sellers don’t get paid until the buyer gets into the event successfully. It’s also worth ensuring your resale website of choice offers coverage against event cancellation and fraud.
However, fans are advised to always double check they’re on a genuine website before entering any banking details, as duplicate websites have been known to pop-up.
For sellers as well, ticket marketplaces like viagogo offer a safe, secure way to sell unwanted tickets.
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Taylor Swift UK 2024 Eras tour tickets being sold for up to £2,500 on Viagogo
Taylor Swift fans have called out people who are re-selling tickets “way over face value” after presale opened for the signer’s Eras tour this morning.
The Bejewelled singer confirmed last month that she would be bringing her critically acclaimed Eras tour to Liverpool, London, Edinburgh and Cardiff in 2024. Taylor then announced additional dates on July 5 due to the high demand seen through registration.
General sale will start on July 17, but presale began today, Monday July 10, and is split over three days with each date having its own allotted time. If you pre-ordered Taylor's latest album Midnights from her official store, you should have received a presale code by email between Thursday, July 6 and Friday, July 7.
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The presale process saw huge online queues with thousands of fans desperate to get their hands on Eras tour tickets. Many people reported being "kicked off" the Ticketmaster site as they were about to pay. Several people have complained about the issues via Ticketmaster this morning.
The presale proved fruitless for many people, leaving them ticketless and searching for alternative ways to get their hands on them.
Many took to ticket resale site Viagogo , only to find that ticket prices were much higher than on Ticketmaster or AXS. For tickets to Taylor Swift’s gigs at Edinburgh’s BT Murrayfield Stadium, Viagogo has tickets starting from £351, going up to around £2,522.
We checked out which tickets Viagogo has listed at the time of publishing, including the following:
West Upper Tier - £351
South Upper Tier - £448
Floor general admission - £590
East Lower Tier - £1,180
Front standing left - £1,416
Front standing left with VIP - £1,770
Front standing - £2,522
Following the first round of presale this morning, fans on Twitter shared their success in getting tickets, with some also sharing the ticket prices, which are below:
Ticket pre-sale front standing left ticket - £172.25
Ticket pre-sale front standing right ticket - £172.25
Ticket pre-sale general admission standing ticket - £110.40
Ticket pre-sale seated ticket - £58.65 - £194.75
Some Taylor Swift fans have taken to Twitter after spotting the resale prices. One person wrote: “You can get a seated up top at the back Taylor Swift ticket for Wembley on Viagogo for £3,352.”
A second said: “Taylor Swift tickets already on viagogo for Edinburgh (£318) and Wembley (£377) absolute *****. Not going to be cheap this ffs. Things we do for our kids.”
A third added: “How are there already tickets on viagogo for Taylor Swift for over £2000, people are b*******.” A fourth wrote:“Surprise, surprise. Get to front of queue for #TaylorSwift at Wembley, and there are no tickets left.
“Go straight to @viagogo and there are plenty, all way over face value. How is this legal? @TicketmasterCS @taylorswift13.”
A Viagogo spokesperson said: “The European leg of Taylor Swift’s Eras tour has been long anticipated. We’ve not seen anything like this since The Beatles and with tickets having only just gone on sale, demand is at its peak right now.
"Viagogo is a regulated marketplace where fans have the freedom to buy and sell tickets to their favourite live events, safely and securely, backed by a guarantee. Sellers on our marketplace may list tickets at high values when demand is high, but prices can change and tend to reduce over time.
"We recommend Swifties wait for demand to settle and check regularly for a listing that meets their budget. Tickets for Taylor Swift’s UK dates have already sold for as low as 172 GBP on our platform. Also, tickets listed at eye-catchingly high levels rarely, if ever, sell. "
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Outrage as Taylor Swift fan-only presale tickets already being resold for over £6,000
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Fans have been left disappointed amid chaotic queues for Taylor Swift tickets but angry Swifties have already spotted tickets being resold for extortionate prices.
Authorised ticket platforms AXS and Ticketmaster faced some technical difficulties, but lucky fans did secure seats for the Eras Tour in London , Liverpool and Edinburgh.
Paris fans weren’t so fortunate as the entire sale got paused as Ticketmaster France was flooded with over 1 million people entering the queue.
The general sale opened up at 9am on Tuesday, with another planned for 11am, but ten minutes in the site was already reporting issues.
After an hour, Ticketmaster decided to postpone the sales for both Paris and Lyon, which was set to go on sale later.
British swifties who managed to access the presale were also met with chaos as queue numbers were high and it appears some resellers, or scalpers, got through the net.
Edinburgh, Liverpool and London tickets have already appeared for sale on resell sites Viagogo and Stubhub, reaching up to 30 times their original value.
Liverpool night two tickets had already appeared less than an hour after the sale started, with almost 40 up for grabs on Stubhub alone.
The only way to purchase tickets in the presale was using a code given to those who pre-ordered Midnights directly from Taylor’s online store.
A limit of four tickets per code was put in place in hopes of stopping scalpers and bots from buying up all the tickets and reselling them for a high value.
Unfortunately, the precautions don’t appear to have worked with tickets for sale at each of the venues before dedicated fans have even had the chance to get them.
London gigs had Viagogo tickets priced at around £350 – for seats that cost around £100 in the presale.
Stubhub is much more expensive, almost quadrupling the price on some nosebleed seats.
Most horrifically, seated lower-tier tickets are on Stubhub for over £6,000 – a whopping 30 times the original price.
Some front-standing tickets, which are £172.25 in London sales, are now on offer for £1,500.
This has understandably upset fans, particularly because of all the measures put in to make sure this doesn’t happen.
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The only way someone could have got those tickets would have been to use a presale code reserved only for fans who purchased Midnights.
‘They should be cancelled there’s so many genuine fans who want tickets, this isn’t okay,’ said a disappointed Swiftie.
‘It’s so disappointing! Genuine Taylor fans are being completely dismissed. Re sales for Edinburgh were live at 11.10am!’ added another.
A third said: ‘This is crazy when this is supposed to be a fan only preordered the album sale.’
It’s unclear if tickets will be valid if resold on a secondary site as screenshots don’t work on Ticketmaster e-tickets.
A spokesperson for Viagogo said: ‘The European leg of Taylor Swift’s Eras tour has been long anticipated. We’ve not seen anything like this since The Beatles and with tickets having only just gone on sale, demand is at its peak right now.
‘Viagogo is a regulated marketplace where fans have the freedom to buy and sell tickets to their favourite live events, safely and securely, backed by a guarantee.
‘Sellers must adhere to strict seller policies. There’s simply no incentive for anyone to attempt to sell an invalid ticket on Viagogo, as they will not be paid unless the buyer gets into the event successfully. They can also be charged penalty fees and banned from our platform for any abuse of our policies.
‘Sellers on our marketplace may list tickets at high values when demand is high, but prices can change and tend to reduce over time. We recommend Swifties wait for demand to settle and check regularly for a listing that meets their budget.
‘Tickets for Taylor Swift’s UK dates have already sold for as low as 172 GBP on our platform. Also, tickets listed at eye-catchingly high levels rarely, if ever, sell.’
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Swifties flock to Leicester Square as Taylor Swift’s box office smash hits UK
The Eras Tour, filmed over three nights in California stadium, likely to become biggest grossing concert movie in history
Taylor Swift, having conquered the music world , is planning to do the same at the box office, with the pop juggernaut’s new concert film expected to be the highest-grossing movie in UK cinemas this weekend.
Excited “Swifties” flocked to the Odeon Leicester Square in London for the opening night screening on Friday, gathering outside an hour in advance, eager for a first look at the Eras spectacular. The concert tour began this summer in the US but will not reach the UK until June next year.
Filmed over the first three nights of her run at the SoFi Stadium in California in August, The Eras Tour film will be screened in more than 100 countries.
Tickets are priced from £13.13, a nod to Swift’s birthday on 13 December 1989 and to her lucky number. With singing and dancing allowed in screenings, Swifties have found a way to make a night at the movies an affordable way to (almost) be there.
The singer’s army of followers have already set the hefty 2-hour 48-minute film on its way to becoming the biggest concert movie in history, with global pre-sales passing the £100m mark .
The Eras Tour film is also forecast to take more at the UK box office this weekend than current releases featuring Hollywood stars such as Denzel Washington, Kenneth Branagh, Michael Caine, Glenda Jackson and Jamie Dornan.
Tim Richards, the founder and chief executive of Vue, Europe’s largest privately owned cinema chain, said: “Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour is on track to be No 1 at the box office this weekend, after a record-breaking opening week of pre-sales for a concert.”
The takings will be confirmed once the first official UK box office figures are reported on Tuesday.
In scenes reminiscent of the cultural phenomenon that surrounded the blockbuster film Barbie , fans arrived early to secure their Eras-branded cup and popcorn bucket after reading TikTok rumours that they had sold out at some showings.
Cinemagoers shared their love for Swift’s music, as well as their appreciation for the friendly and inclusive community that has developed around her. Sam Stacey, 24, had travelled from Kent with a bag full of colourful friendship bracelets he was looking forward to sharing with fellow fans. He has tickets for the Eras tour in London next year, but was unconcerned about spoilers as he’s watched TikTok streams of all of Swift’s gigs so far.
“Every show is different,” he said. He has been a dedicated Swiftie since 2015 and runs a fan account on X. “I like the sense of community. Swifties are very nice, very friendly, and open to everyone.”
His views were shared by Alice Turner, 20, a student in London from Selsey, West Sussex, and a “borderline [Swift] obsessive”. She was attending alone but unafraid: “I know I will meet people.”
Turner has tickets for the tour next year, but did not want to wait until then to take part. “I thought I would go now and experience it,” she said.
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Friends Alice Kanu and Kim Adjet, both 16 and from London, were waiting outside with diamante tattoos commemorating Swift’s album 13. “We’re 100% Swifties,” they chorused, adding that there were lots of other fans at their school.
Adjet said she had made lots of friends through the online community, with whom she regularly discusses Swift’s music and had introduced Kanu to it. Adjet has tickets for the concert next year, and thought it would be “exciting to see her in the cinema and in real life”, but Kanu doesn’t have tickets. “I’m really sad, I’ll have to live vicariously,” she said.
Earlier this week, the US distributor of the film said pre-sales had already put Eras on track to being one of the biggest films of the year, assuming fan interest holds for the length of its cinema run.
The record for the highest-grossing global concert cinema event is held by the Korean boyband BTS. Michael Jackson and One Direction laid claim to the highest-grossing concert documentaries to hit UK cinemas, but Swift’s film is on track to smash past them.
Just how the 33-year-old beat Hollywood at its own game is down to Swift’s superstardom, a combination of being the biggest live act on the planet and a harsh lesson in ticket economics amid the cost of living crisis.
“Taylor Swift is an industry and clearly has the Midas touch,” says Josh Berger, the former president of Warner Bros UK, Ireland and Spain, who led the Harry Potter franchise effort, and has now launched the London-based Battersea Entertainment.
Swift, who is about to finish the US leg of her Eras tour before heading to Europe next year, is expected to gross more than $1.4bn (£1.15bn) in ticket sales, merchandise and other revenue streams from the stadium circuit, surpassing Elton John’s almost completed Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour.
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Taylor Swift is proving time and time again that she’s the ultimate “Mastermind.”
The pop superstar took to Twitter to share a hilarious video from her Eras tour stop in Buenos Aires, Argentina, this weekend, in which she’s seen singing “Labyrinth” off her 2022 album, Midnights . In an instance of serendipity, right when Swift sings, “I thought the plane was going down / How’d you turn it right around,” the camera pans to the sky and an airplane is seen flying right over the venue.
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Never beating the sorcery allegations ✨🛬✨ pic.twitter.com/d0mlvF4gZW — Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) November 13, 2023
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I like many others had heard bad experiences with Viagogo but took the chance to see Loreen on Nov 8th in Glasgow. Purchased the tickets months ago. They were sent to me 2 weeks before the gig. Nervously approached the ticket desk but got in with no problems. Highly inflated ticket price but successful!
Please don’t read the reviews!!!
Please don’t read the reviews, we had 5 star service, lovely staff, tickets arrived as planned and they also included the Amex Lounge free of charge! After reading the reviews I was petrified we wouldn’t get in with our tickets and didn’t want to ruin a 21st birthday present I had bought my sister but it worked perfectly!
Great Experience of Viagogo
Bought 2 tkts for Atletico Madrid vs Celtic, only read reviews after purchasing so was ready to be turned away at the gate, how wrong was I. The tickets worked perfectly. The view was exactly as described on the website. This is a reseller website so the price you pay doesn’t always match what is in the final ticket, but that’s the benefit of getting a ticket otherwise not available. The website worked well, downloaded the tickets and despite it said print I showed the QR code at the gate and all good. Would definitely use again.
Date of experience : 07 November 2023
Overpriced underdeliver renege on resell option
Just to expand on my recent experience with Viago. I pre-purchased tickets to RWC quarter finals at around 4 times the final cup rate 8 months in advance.. They didnt deliver until 10 days before event and I tried to sell as my partner and son couldn't make it. They took down the resell option immediately after they had issued and after several calls online and chats they said tickets unavailable to resell. Dishonest and expensive-avoid at all costs-
Date of experience : 01 October 2023
The System Worked…..BUT
Booked tickets for Patriots game in Frankfurt for husband’s 50th birthday, only after reading reviews did I realise that viagogo are a third party re seller who don’t actually have the tickets. I paid x5 times the face value of the tickets and stressed the whole time that (a) we wouldn’t get the tickets (b) get the tickets but get to the gate and the tickets wouldn’t work. Thankfully I had the tickets through 10 days before the event and as we’d travelled to Frankfurt, paid for flights and accommodation there was a lot riding on it! Luckily for us the tickets worked (I’d printed them off and downloaded them as PDF’s) on my phone, I had to scan my printed ticket but my husband had to scan the QR code from the PDF ticket on his phone. We were both extremely relieved! So all in all the system worked and the customer services were very responsive to my concerns all the way along, HOWEVER… I won’t be using viagogo again as it’s just not worth the stress or the risk especially if your travelling and have extra costs. We also discovered later on that on ticketmaster we could of got a hospitality package for slightly less than what I’d paid through viagogo and I would also say that these sites should not be allowed.
Date of experience : 12 November 2023
Rude, angry, vile, hung up
Rang to find out why i received standing tickets when I paid for seated, spoke to customer service, got swore at and hung up on, got told there was nothing they could do, very angry people, paid nearly £200 for tickets where my wife won't be able to stand for a 4 hour concert, would rate 0 if I could
Date of experience : 13 November 2023
Never got the money of my sold ticket !
sold my ticket on september , its november now and i havnt receive the money yet, calling them and email them every week and just telling me you will receive it soon , payment is reset and things like this
Date of experience : 13 October 2023
Would never ever use again
Would never ever use again . Booked tickets to Ricky Gervais to only find out on the day of the venue that they never had ahold of the tickets and the original seller they couldn't get in contact with . I wish I read the reviews before buying tickets and after already making the 200mile + trip + paying for a hotel stay that I won't get reimbursed for . If you've got tickets from this company you won't be going to your venue . Lesson learnt
Date of experience : 01 November 2023
Close these scamming rip off ticket…
Close these scamming rip off ticket places down. Real fans miss out. £900 for a face value ticket of £80 these places need to be closed down and it would solve the problem.
NEVER USE THEM!
This has been by far the worst and the most stressful experience I have ever had (when it comes to purchasing tickets/attending events). This company is a nightmare to deal with, extremely unhelpful, and on top of that has a CS number that you have to pay for in order to talk to one of their reps. Long story short - I purchased tickets for an Andre Riew concert in Vienna, Austria back in July this year, so naturally when I entered my details I specified that I wanted the tickets to be delivered to my home in London. Upon nearing the event - I checked when the tickets would be delivered and to my surprise, the info stated that they would be dispatched just a week prior to the event. At that point, I had already planned a 2 week holiday prior to the concert, so naturally, I called CS and asked what my options were. They advised that I should just change the delivery address since the tickets have not been dispatched yet. The expected delivery date was 4 days prior to the concert so ... so far so good. I amended the address. After a few days I logged in to check again, just to be on the safe side, and to my dismay, the new delivery date was the day prior to the concert (by the end of the day). This meant that the tickets would be delivered to an address that is 1,5k kilometers from Viena ... the day before the event, which made it physically impossible for me to collect. And this is when the nightmare started. 10 calls and countless of hours lost trying to sort out with CS to no avail. The most stressful period perhaps in my entire life, as at that point I had organised a holiday for 4 in Vienna, all flight tickets and hotel already paid for and didn`t know if I would be able to visit the event or not. The explanation from CS was that they could not send me electronic tickets because of their policy and I should try and sort out myself with UPS.... which of course - I couldn`t, because they had already sent the tickets.... still too emotional to go into further details but believe me - you would not regret not using this scam of a company!
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