BREAKING: Public On-Sale for Taylor Swift’s Massachusetts Shows Canceled
For the second time in less than a week, it seems like Taylor Swift has broken Ticketmaster.
Taylor Swift Pre-Sale Tickets
Ever since Taylor Swift announced her Eras Tour a couple of weeks ago, Swifties across the country have been HYPED and ready to score tickets, scrambling to get in on the exclusive pre-sale that happened this past Tuesday.
Which happened to be the first day that Taylor broke Ticketmaster.
After a few hours, it seemed like Ticketmaster rebounded and prepped for the second onslaught of Swifties, as they seemed to figure everything out after rescheduling the Capital One cardholder pre-sale to the following day (which would be yesterday, Wednesday) at 2p.
And it seemed to go off as smoothly as possible -- definitely way better than the day before. The only complaints seen on the socials during yesterday's Capital One cardholder pre-sale seemed to be people late to the party who missed out on tickets because they went insanely fast.
No big deal, right? Just prepare to shoot your shot this Friday with the rest of the world when the public on-sale hit Ticketmaster starting at 10a.
Ticketmaster cancels Taylor Swift Public On-Sale
With 16 hours to go before the public on-sale for Taylor Swift's Eras Tour -- which is hitting Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts for three dates on Friday, May 19, Saturday, May 20, and Sunday, May 21 -- Ticketmaster shocked everyone when they CANCELED tomorrow's planned public on-sale.
And that's where this story ends (or pauses, hopefully) for now.
There's been no update from Ticketmaster since they posted that Tweet (which is legitimate, by the way, considering some fans commented that they thought it was a hoax.)
There's also been no word from Taylor Swift herself. The last post on her Twitter page and the last post on her Instagram are the same thing -- a picture of her that plugs an acoustic version of her song Anti-Hero being released.
Hopefully, there's an update from Ticketmaster or Taylor (or both) sooner rather than later. But until then, like we've been doing since Taylor was supposed to come to Gillette Stadium back in the Summer of 2020 before the pandemic canceled life for a bit...
We wait. Wicked impatiently.