We already knew Swift would be at U.S. Bank Stadium on September 1, but turns out she'll also pop in a day earlier on August 31.
She has now scheduled another show at the Linc on Friday, July 13. You can register as a fan starting at 10 a.m. on January 5 at tickets.taylorswift.com.
Another point of controversy comes with Swift's use of Ticketmaster Verified Fan, which allows fans to purchase tickets prior to the general public.
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The pop star added an additional Minneapolis date to her 2018 Reputation tour this morning.
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Reputation was the biggest-selling album of 2017 and the tour is shaping up to be far from ill-attended, so the Post's headline, "Taylor Swift's Reputation tour shaping up to be a disaster", is a little much. The cheapest is at $160 apiece for Swift's show at the NRG Stadium in Houston on September 29 and another costs $230.
And while none of the shows have yet sold out, this is something Taylor's team have anticipated. This is similar to how Bruce Springsteen on Broadway tickets have been sold, with verified fans having a chance to land seats before the public at large.
The 28-year-old Grammy-winner's forthcoming tour has been massively successful, insiders told Billboard Tuesday, noting that it moved more than $180 million in sales in its first week.
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'We're not trying to sell all of her tickets in one minute.