Swifties, listen up.
The war for Coldplay tickets might have just ended, but another war’s just about to begin.
Just past midnight today (21 June), Taylor Swift announced her international tour dates for The Eras Tour on Instagram.
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Yup, Coldplay was just a warm-up. Are you Ready For It now?
But before you jump into the shower and have your own KTV session of Swift’s entire discography, here’s all you need to know about The Eras Tour and how to get tickets (and beat out millions of other Swifties clamouring for tickets).
Because it’s time to tell your tickets, “You Belong With Me.”
Taylor Swift Will be in Singapore for Three Shows
Based on her announcement, Swift, 33, will be in Singapore for three shows for her The Eras Tour, which will see her perform songs from all ten of her albums.
The Very First Night of the Singapore stop will be on 2 March 2024; the other two shows will be on 3 and 4 March.
The concert for all three nights will take place at the National Stadium.
All three shows in Singapore will also feature American singer Sabrina Carpenter as a special guest.
Apart from Japan, Singapore will be her only stop in Asia, so you know what that means…
Let the true SEA Games begin.
Presale for UOB Cardholders Begins on 5 July
And while it’s been most Swifties’ Wildest Dreams to see her, just appearing in the queue on the day of ticket sales just isn’t going to cut it anymore.
According to the Ticketmaster website, the presale will be open to UOB cardholders from 12 pm on 5 July to 9 am on 7 July.
The general sale will begin on 7 July at 12 pm, so mark your calendars and Don’t Blame Me if you miss out!
And although the exact ticket prices have yet to be revealed, Ticketmaster sent an email to its subscribers to inform them that tickets will be priced from $108 onwards.
Fan Registration for General Sale Starts This Friday
Apart from that, there is also “The Eras Tour Fan Registration for General On-Sale”, which will commence at 12 pm this Friday (23 June).
“You can register interest for the general on-sales from Friday, [23 June] at 12 [pm] (SGT) through Wednesday, [28 June] at 12 [pm] (SGT). You will receive a confirmation email after submission of your registration,” Ticketmaster explained.
However, Ticketmaster also highlighted that receiving a confirmation email does not mean that your ticket purchase has been confirmed.
“Registered fans selected will receive an email on [5 July] with more information on how to access [on sale] tickets on general sales, including a unique access code that will only allow fans to purchase up to [a] maximum of (four) 4 tickets per code,” Ticketmaster added in its announcement.
So basically, you queue twice to get a higher chance of seeing Taylor Swift in person, a wish that all Swifties know All Too Well.
But Swifties would probably tell you that her concert will be a Wonderland of sorts and that any amount of queueing would be worth it.
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