Taylor Swift FAQ: When will tickets for the Dublin Ellas Tour go on sale and what do I need to do?
The big day has arrived for Taylor Swift fans who have been waiting for the chance to meet her in Dublin next summer. With pre-orders closed on 20th July, many Swifties will find out if they have secured tickets to the Elas Tour at Aviva Stadium in June 2024.
This ticket sales process was a little complicated. Whether you’ve been given an access code or are on the waiting list, here’s everything you need to know about Taylor Swift’s Ellas Tour tickets before they go on sale.
When will ticket sales start?
Advance ticket sales for Taylor Swift’s Dublin show began on July 14. The sale was for fans who bought the album Midnights in 2022. Otherwise, general sales start staggered on Thursday, July 20th. The date has been postponed from July 13, when the singer announced a third night out in Dublin following popular requests. Here’s when you need to know:
- 10.30am – The virtual waiting room opens.
- 11am – Tickets for Friday, June 28 at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium go on sale.
- 1pm – Tickets for Saturday, June 29 at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium go on sale.
- 3pm – Tickets for Sunday, June 30 at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium go on sale.
If you’re one of the lucky fans to receive an access code, you’ll receive a link to ticket sales the afternoon before they go on sale. However, tickets aren’t guaranteed, so you might end up in a virtual queue.
If you are on the waitlist, you may be removed from the waitlist as soon as tickets become available. If you are removed from the waiting list, you will receive two girlfriend SMS messages with access code details and how to access your ticket. Please be sure to keep an eye on your mobile phone as this notification can occur at any time after ticket sales begin. Ticketmaster also advises fans to pay attention to emails. Access code details will be emailed to you if there is a problem with SMS delivery. Please note that the ticket purchase limit is 4 he per person. So plan carefully.
How can I increase my chances of getting a ticket?
Taylor Swift fans are die-hard, to say the least, so securing tickets will probably be tough, but the usual tips still apply.
Make sure you have pre-logged into your Ticketmaster account and that your payment method is on file and up to date. A bank card must also be loaded and ready for use at all times. It’s okay to open a PayPal account or another payment method as a backup in case of technical or payment issues.
Make sure you have a stable internet connection and remember that the website should only load in one window of your web browser. The Ticketmaster website only allows him to make one reservation at a time. Therefore, tickets may be lost if the site is opened in multiple windows.
Ticketmaster recommends resisting the urge to refresh the page, even if you end up waiting in long lines. Join the sale as soon as possible if you are removed from the waiting list.
How much are the tickets?
In the pre-sale, tickets were priced from €86 to €206 for general seating. General standing started at €126, rising to €206 for spots directly in front of the stage. A number of ticket packages are also available, starting at €371.28 for the We Never Go Out of Style package and up to €743.62 for the Karma Is My Boyfriend package.
For Taylor Swift’s Croke Park concert in 2018, ticket prices ranged from €74.50 to €144.
How big is the venue?
Located on Lansdowne Road in Dublin 4, Aviva Stadium typically holds up to 65,000 spectators for concerts, with seating for 51,700 alone.
What should I know about concerts?
The Eras Tour is Swift’s first tour since 2018 and has been hailed for its outstanding production. The concept explores Swift’s 17 years of music, churning out hit after hit from various ‘eras’ of hers.
The three-hour large-scale concert promises a nostalgic extravaganza, beautiful and glittering costumes, and enthusiastic singing from the audience. According to a Rolling Stone review, the Ellas Tour was Swift’s “biggest live triumph to date.”