Tickets sold out in hours for Taylor Swift concerts in New York, Boston, Chicago, Phoenix, Dallas And Chicago And Pittsburgh. While Billy Joel sold out 2 more MSG shows.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 14, 2014
Due to high demand Taylor Swift tickets for her upcoming concerts at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA near Boston, MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ outside of New York City, AT&T Stadium west of Dallas, Gila River Arena near Phoenix, Heinz Field in Pittsburgh and Soldier Field in Chicago, have sold out at the box office, but fans can still find tickets for great seat choices available for purchase at TaylorSwiftConcert.com online. Tickets for Taylor’s "1989" World Tour are expected to continue to sell quickly.
In other New York City area concert news, Billy Joel MSG concerts in January and February sold out with March selling fast and a new April 3 show announced. Billy Joel tickets, including seats for sold out performances remain available at BillyJoelMSGTickets.com online.
The Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour includes stops in Lexington, Omaha, Des Moines, Indianapolis, Fargo, Detroit, Charlotte, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Clara, St. Louis, Kansas City, Miami, Tampa, Washington DC, Denver, Atlanta, and Seattle. Some of these venues will not have tickets available until December 12 but fans need not wait; they can buy Taylor Swift tickets in advance of the public sale without any special memberships or codes. Canadian cities include Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton and Ottawa. Some other locations Taylor visits on this tour include Japan, Europe and Australia. Taylor will be joined by Australian singer/songwriter Vance Joy known for his song “Riptide” for part of the 1989 World Tour. Songwriter Shawn Mendes joins them for select stadium dates.
Taylor Swift is a Grammy Award winner. In fact she is a 7 time Grammy Award winner, quite a feat for someone under the age of 25. She is the only female artist to ever have an album sell one million copies in the first week of sales. She is also the youngest ever Billboard’s “Woman of the Year”. Time Magazine named Taylor Swift as one of its “100 Most Influential People”. Taylor was born in Reading, PA on December 13, 1989. At the young age of 14 moved to Nashville, TN in search of a career in country music. Ten years later she is a global star having released five albums including her first entitled “Taylor Swift”, followed by “Fearless”, “Speak Now”, “Red” and just released “1989”.
Before embarking on her world tour, Taylor Swift will be headlining the annual Jingle Ball celebrations in Los Angeles on December 5, 2014 at the Staples Center with 5 Seconds of Summer and in New York City on December 12 at Madison Square Garden where she will be joined by Maroon 5.
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