Taylor Swift fans are expressing their disappointment after being waitlisted for the second leg of her The Eras Tour. The tour, which celebrates the singer's 17-year career, kicked off in March and will run through August.
Tickets for the second leg of the tour will go on sale on August 11. Many fans who were eager to see Swift perform her hits from all eras of her career were disappointed to find that they were waitlisted.
On Twitter, fans expressed their heartbreak and frustration. "I've been waiting for this tour for years and now I'm waitlisted? I'm heartbroken," wrote one fan. Another fan said, "This is so unfair. I've been a fan of Taylor for over 17years and I can't even get tickets to her tour?"
Some fans are hoping that they will be able to move off the waitlist and secure tickets closer to the date of the show. However, others are already looking for tickets on the secondary market, where prices are significantly inflated.
This is not the first time that Taylor Swift fans have faced disappointment when trying to buy tickets to her concerts. In 2018, the singer's Reputation Tour was plagued by ticket scalping and bots, which made it difficult for fans to get tickets at face value.
In response to the backlash, Taylor Swift's management team implemented a number of measures to try to prevent ticket scalping for The Eras Tour. These measures included requiring fans to register for a verified fan account and limiting the number of tickets that could be purchased by each fan.
However, it seems that these measures were not enough to prevent some fans from being waitlisted. It remains to be seen whether Taylor Swift and her management team will take any further steps to try to ensure that all fans have a fair chance of getting tickets to her concerts.
In the meantime, disappointed fans can only hope that they will be able to move off the waitlist and see Taylor Swift perform live in concert.