New tickets for Taylor Swift's Eras Tour
Despite some Swifties’ disappointment at not being able to secure tickets this summer for Taylor Swift‘s new Eras Tour, British fans will have another chance to buy tickets after the singer added two more London dates to her tour.
The multi-Grammy-winning superstar will perform at Wembley Stadium alongside her other UK dates on 19 and 20 August.
Here is a full guide to the Eras Tour’s pricing.
How much are Eras Tour tickets?
Prices start at £58.65 for the cheapest seated tickets. Fans, though, can pay as much as £194.75 for these seats.
General admission standing tickets cost £110.40 and for hard-core Swifties who want to stand at the front, tickets will cost £172.25.
There are also three VIP packages available ranging from £222.60 to £387.40, the most expensive of which is called “Karma Is My Boyfriend” and includes “one phenomenal reserved seated floor ticket”, a number of onsite VIP “perks” and exclusive Swift merchandise.
Those who previously registered for Swift’s shows in London should have received an email notification on 14 November, giving them access to ticket sales for her record-breaking tour.
Ticketmaster listings for the newly announced concerts suggest the general sale for the 19 August show went live on 14 November, while sales for 20 August should start on 15 November.
Those lucky enough to secure their spot in the crowd will also get to see rock band Paramore perform, who is billed to be the opening act.
The Eras Tour so far
Swift, 33, is already playing six dates at Wembley Stadium on 21, 22, 23 June and 15, 16, 17 August.
The new dates at Wembley mean the pop star will equal a record set by Take That, who played the venue for eight dates on their 2011 Progress tour.
The Eras Tour is currently set to gross over $1bn, which would make it the highest-grossing live tour of all time, eclipsing Elton’s John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour.
Meanwhile, the film version of the tour – a recording from her concert in Los Angeles – broke the record for the most profitable concert film in history, one week before its release.
Swift’s new tour is a homage to all of her albums to date, where she performs songs from each album.