Taylor Swift will be back in the UK next June for a series of massive stadium shows, presenting her sixth album “Reputation” live to her audience. Due to overwhelming demand, the popstar decided to add two extra concerts in the UK next July.
Two more concerts in London and Manchester next July
This morning at 9am sharp, tickets for Taylor Swift’s long-awaited “Reputation” UK tour went on sale. As expected, they were sold out within minutes leaving many fans disappointed. Some of them reacted on social media, expressing their anger and frustration towards the shortage and the cost of the popstar’s tour tickets. She was set to perform two concerts in the UK at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on 8th June and at London’s Wembley Stadium on 22nd June.
£104.50 each for seated tickets right at the back of Wembley stadium? I paid about £50 for tickets at the back of the o2 arena for her Red Tour, clearly the old Taylor is dead🙄🤬✊🏼 #reputationStadiumTourUK
— lara (@_laracarnell) December 1, 2017
TAYLOR TICKETS SOLD OUT IN 5 SECONDS WTF
— Illegirl (@WGlegends) December 1, 2017
Luckily for those who didn’t get their tickets to her shows, Taylor Swift has just added a couple of gigs in London and Manchester on 9th and 23rd June, in the same venues due phenomenal demand from fans. One more opportunity for British Swifties to see their favourite popstar live on stage. Tickets for her new shows go on sale at 9am on 8th December. Don’t miss out this time.
Taylor Swift In Concert
09/06/2018: Manchester – Etihad Stadium
23/06/2018: London – Wembley Stadium
Tickets and reservations
►Fan club presale opens 9am on 06/12/17: TicketmasterUK
►O2 Presale opens 9am on 06/12/17: O2 Priority
►General sale opens 9am on 08/12/17: TicketmasterUK