Fans of Taylor Swift are already counting down to this month when tickets for her 2024 UK tour will go on sale. Pre-registered fans with Ticketmaster will find out if they have been granted exclusive access codes on Wednesday.
However, reports indicate that competition for tickets will be fierce. Last year, the US leg of the Eras tour was so popular that Ticketmaster systems buckled under all the demand. In Australia, four million fans competed for a mere 450,000 tickets – that ratio could easily be replicated in the UK.
To ensure a successful snatch of tickets, savvy fans should heed some tips: from prepping your payment details to ensuring you don’t get stuck in long queues. Follow these pointers and you won’t spend the summer stuck at home – you’ll achieve those Wildest Dreams!
Taylor Swift Shows for UK Tour 2024:
- Friday 7 June – Edinburgh, BT Murrayfield Stadium
- Saturday 8 June – Edinburgh, BT Murrayfield Stadium
- Friday 14 June – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
- Saturday 15 June – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
- Tuesday 18 June – Cardiff, Principality Stadium
- Friday 21 June – London, Wembley Stadium
- Saturday 22 June – London, Wembley Stadium
- Thursday 15 August – London, Wembley Stadium
- Friday 16 August – London, Wembley Stadium
- Saturday 17 August – London, Wembley Stadium
Music fans are abuzz with anticipation as enthusiastic rumors swirl that international music star [Name] could be making a dazzling appearance at next year’s hallowed Glastonbury Festival on Sunday, June 30th. The news carries extra weight in light of the artist’s recent announcement that she would be performing shows in Dublin on the 28th and 29th of June.
Those lucky enough to pre-order Taylor’s album Midnights from her official store have been granted early access to ticket sales, with Londoners getting first dibs from 10:00 BST on Monday, 10 July. Edinburgh follows suit on 11 July and Cardiff and Liverpool on 12 July. Do note that a pre-sale code doesn’t guarantee tickets though, as the passes available are likely limited in number.
The main ticket sales begin on Tuesday 18 July at 14:00 BST for London, 19 July 14:00 for Edinburgh, 20 July 14:00 for Liverpool and Cardiff respectively. However, you had to register with Ticketmaster within three days after the dates were announced on 20 June to be eligible for the general sale — if you weren’t quick enough, your chances of getting tickets are slim. All is not lost though, as Taylor has already added an extra date in London, and there could be more to come.
Do you want to secure tickets quickly and easily for an upcoming event?
Here Are Some Key Tips that Could Greatly Improve Your Chances!
First off, make sure your Ticketmaster account information is up-to-date before the sale begins. You should add your credit card details in advance—and if possible more than one—to speed up the checkout process. It’s also important to remember your login credentials as well. You don’t want to miss out on scoring those coveted tickets just because you can’t remember your password!
Logging in at least five to 10 minutes prior to the sale is also a must. Don’t rely on luck; be proactive and get there early—otherwise you may be competing with tens of thousands of hopefuls who already beat you to it. Lastly, stick to using only one device and browser tab during the sale. More than that may result in errors and increase the chances of you not getting your tickets.
Swift’s upcoming tour is sure to be a sell-out, with tickets ranging from £49 for the nosebleed seats, up to £95 for standing floor sections and £650 for VIP packages. But don’t be put off; whatever your budget, there’s something for everyone.
When entering the queue, it’s important not to refresh your browser. The page will automatically refresh – so stay patient! Don’t give up hope either. I was number 389,831 in the queue for Beyoncé tickets earlier this year, but after two-and-a-half hours the page came to life and I ended up with some pretty good seats.
Finally, keep checking back. Failed payments and website crashes can mean that other people lose their tickets – so you could still snag yours even after the tour appears sold out. Now that the advanced ticketing has begun, it’s time to get to work and secure yourself a seat!
Number of Tickets and What if You Don’t Get In?
You’ll need to be quick – tickets are selling out fast! Customers are limited to four tickets each, and if you have access codes for more than one city, you’ll have to go through the process for every individual date. It’s a tight squeeze, but don’t give into panic-buying from unofficial websites. These sites prey on fans who are desperate to get tickets, and there have been countless cases of people listing fake tickets on unreliable sites.
Try to keep an eye out for any last minute ticket releases as well. The production team often leaves a few seats open until just days before the show, so check Ticketmaster regularly as you get closer to the gig. And of course, you can always rely on the power of other Swifties! Most social media platforms host accounts that specifically trade tickets between fans – just remember to watch out for scammers. With the right guidance, you’re sure to find yourself surrounded by singing Swifties in no time!
The Final Show!
Ready to be captivated? Get your tickets now for Taylor Swift’s latest tour, an unmissable three-hour musical journey with a special twist. Every night at each venue, the show will include a one-off acoustic performance that could feature any song from Taylor’s decade-spanning 10 studio albums.
With Mirrorball, Snow On The Beach, Getaway Car and mainstream hits Welcome To New York and Tim McGraw all making appearances in this unique setlist, there’s no telling what you may see next. Plus, look out for special guests along the way – Maren Morris, Ice Spice, Phoebe Bridgers and Marcus Mumford have already graced the stage! Don’t miss out – get your tickets while you can!