Taylor Swift is adding another Philadelphia concert to her tour this summer.
The venue reported that now, she is set to perform a second show while in town, scheduled for the day before.
A follow up tweet from the account noted that previously verified fans who registered for Swift tickets would receive priority access over new registrants. You can register as a fan starting at 10 a.m. on January 5 at tickets.taylorswift.com. Tickets for the second show will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, Jan. 31 at 10 a.m.
Couple that with six shows in Europe and five shows in Australia and New Zealand, and Swift is looking at earning anywhere between $390 million and $510 million for the Reputation Tour, putting her on track to have one of the top-grossing tours of all time based on Billboard Boxscores.
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.
Reputation was the biggest-selling album of 2017 and the tour is shaping up to be far from ill-attended, so the Post's headline, "Taylor Swift'sReputation tour shaping up to be a disaster", is a little much.
Some have blamed the widely criticised "Verified Fan" program which was pitched as a way of battling scalpers by ensuring tickets go to real fans, but ended up looking a lot more like a system to compel Swifties to buy a shitload of very spenno merch.
An example of a large section of MetLife Stadium where tickets are still available for Taylor Swift's July 20 concert.
Jesus, if it's that hard to get Taylor Swifttickets, what do they make you do to see a good band like U2?
If your 2018 wish was for moreTaylor Swift - you're in luck.
The 28-year-old Grammy-winner's forthcoming tour has been massively successful, insiders told Billboard Tuesday, noting that it moved more than $180 million in sales in its first week.
"I paid $150 for my ticket with incredible seats for the 1989 tour", one fan was quoted as saying.