Taylor Swift’s Reputation on the line as fans rage at ticket prices
TAYLOR Swift is struggling to sell out stadiums across the pond — after jacking up ticket prices for her Reputation world tour.
None of her 33 dates in the US has sold out and an insider admits it’s a ‘mega disappointment’ following the success of her 2015 tour, which sold out in seconds.
Taylor, whose album returned to the top of the US charts for a fourth time this week, starts her tour in Phoenix on May 8.
But one fan complained: ‘I paid $150 for my ticket with an amazing seat for the 1989 tour. Now the same seat is $500.’
The cheapest seat for the 28-year-old’s show is $79 (£58).
Tickets for Tay’s two Wembley Stadium gigs are still available.
Author: Andrei Harmsworth