Swifties rejoice: Taylor Swift's management team Wednesday announced details about how fans could land tickets for new dates on the stadium tour for her latest album Reputation.
Some tickets are already available for shows through May in Arizona and California, but the new dates include stops in Santa Clara, California on May 11; Washington, D.C. on July 11; Philadelphia on July 13; East Rutherford, New Jersey on July 22; Foxborough, Massachusetts on July 26; Minneapolis on August 31; and Dallas on October 5.
According to a tweet from Swift's management team, tickets for the new shows are scheduled to go on sale January 31 at 10 a.m. local time. One assumes this means the D.C. show will go on sale at 10 a.m. ET, the Santa Clara show at 19 a.m. PT, and so on and so forth. Similar to how Broadway Bruce Springsteen shows have been sold, verified fans will have a chance to land seats before the public at large.
"Fans will have the opportunity to purchase tickets in advance of the public on-sale for the added U.S. dates via the Taylor Swift Presale powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan. Registration opens at 10am ET this Friday, January 5th!" read a tweet from the Taylor Nation twitter account.
A follow up tweet from the account noted that previously verified fans who registered for Swift tickets would receive priority access over new registrants. The account pointed fans to the singer's website if they wanted to dig for further details.
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Swift's Reputation was billed as a reinvention of sorts—on the track "Look What You Made Me Do" she even claims the "old Taylor" was dead. While perhaps not considered an instant classic, the album generally received favorable reviews from most critics and fans.
It appears the Reputation tour could be a huge windfall for the massively popular pop star. Citing sources close to the singer, Billboard reported this week that Swift sold nearly $180 million worth in ticket sales in the first week. She has potential to generate some $450 million in sales by the time the tour finished, with each show on the tour possibly being worth between $7.5 million and $10 million in ticket sales.
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