Ticketmaster previously said there had been “historically unprecedented demand” as “millions” of Swift fans attempted to secure tickets to ‘The Eras Tour’
Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti has launched an investigation into Ticketmaster after numerous Taylor Swift fans reported issues with buying tickets for the star’s 2023 ‘Eras Tour’.
Swift, who released her 10th studio album ‘Midnights’ last month, announced the run of North American stadium concerts on November 1. Shortly afterwards, she confirmed an extra eight dates before adding a further 17 gigs last week.
A pre-sale then went live this Tuesday (November 15), with fans subsequently complaining on social media about lengthy wait times and website outages. The Guardian also reported that tickets were quickly being re-listed on sites such as StubHub for as much as $22,700 (£19,100) each.