Don’t fret, L.A.: Taylor Swift ticket sales just delayed due to ‘unprecedented demand’ A ‘Rush of tickets’: how Taylor’s concert is selling out like the last-minute holiday
Tickets for Taylor Swift’s show at the Forum in Los Angeles are out for the first time ever in the history of Ticketmaster.
Ticketmaster said in a blog post Thursday that the massive sale has “unlimited” availability for the Feb. 25 concert in the sold-out arena, which is the first concert by a pop star since Beyonce gave a free performance on Dec. 25.
“This unprecedented demand is driving us to work around the clock to get you more tickets in the arena. We can’t thank you enough for your amazing support,” the company said in a statement.
The first tickets went on sale June 20 – just one day after Swift became the first female artist to earn a spot as the best-selling artist in a single week on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. All tickets through May 16, at $10, were available for purchase.
She was the first artist to sell out a full arena during a single show when she performed at MetCenter in 2014. A full 15,000 tickets for Swift’s Los Angeles show were sold May 15, according to StubHub. The tickets started going on sale June 20.
Swift’s two previously announced shows next week, including the one in New York on Jan. 14 and in Canada on Jan. 21, have both sold out.
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