SINGAPORE — Taylor Swift has exciting news for her fans in Singapore!

She has officially announced her upcoming performances in Singapore as part of her “The Eras Tour.” Mark your calendars for March 2, 3, and 4, 2024.

This tour will only include two stops in Asia, namely Singapore and Tokyo. Singapore Sports Hub has also confirmed the announcement on Wednesday (21 June).

Taylor Swift last performed in Singapore back in 2015 during her “The 1989 World Tour.” However, she did not include Singapore in her “Reputation Stadium Tour” in 2018, where she only had a stop in Tokyo.

Although the seating plan is yet to be released, the concert promoters, AEG, have confirmed that ticket prices will start from S$108.

Additionally, VIP packages will be available for purchase.

Please note the following important dates for Taylor Swift’s concert in Singapore:

  1. Fan Registration for General On-Sale on Ticketmaster
  • Start: June 23 at 12 pm Singapore time
  • End: June 28 at 12 pm Singapore time

After submitting your registration, you will receive a confirmation email. Selected fans will be notified via email on July 5, providing more information on how to access on-sale tickets during the general sales.

Each selected fan will receive a unique access code that allows them to purchase a maximum of four (4) tickets per code.

  1. UOB Cardmembers Presales:
  • Start: July 5 at 12 pm Singapore time
  • End: July 7 at 9 am Singapore time
  1. General On-Sale:
  • Start: July 7 at 12 pm Singapore time
  • Platforms: Online, hotline, and SingPost outlets

During the UOB Cardmembers Presales, only UOB cardholders will have the opportunity to purchase tickets before the general public.

The general on-sale will open to everyone on July 7 via online platforms, the hotline, and SingPost outlets.

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