Taylor Swift Fans Struggle To Secure Tickets To Lover Fests During Verified Fan Presale
Taylor Swift is playing just four shows next year in support of her latest record, and when tickets went on sale yesterday, fans were left empty-handed after hours waiting in the queue line due to problems with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program. Lover, Swift’s seventh studio album, dropped last month.... Read more
Rays Increase Capacity To Meet High Demand For Playoff Game
Today’s ALDS game between Tampa Bay Rays and Houston Astros will include 2,000 more fans than usual. On Friday, the Rays had already sold out the first 33,000 tickets to Monday’s game, the Tampa Bay Times reports, after already re-opening the deck for the postseason to increase capacity from... Read more
MLB Attendance Drops To 16-Year Low This Season
Major League Baseball just wrapped-up its regular season, but this year, attendance has dropped to the lowest numbers since 2003. According to Sports Business, total attendance this season drew in 68.49 million, which is down 1.7 percent from last year. It is the league’s sixth decline over the last... Read more
Metallica Named Top-Selling Touring Band In The World
Metallica has been crowned as the Kings of the Metal World, but now, they’ve officially been named the top-selling touring band across the globe. According to Pollstar, Metallica has sold approximately 22.1 million tickets since 1982, bringing in around 1.4 billion in sales. Acts like AC/DC and Ozzy Osbourne... Read more
Gath Brooks Neyland Sale Goes Haywire – Delayed a Week
Fans were a little too excited when tickets to Garth Brooks’ show at Neyland Stadium went on sale over the weekend – causing the site to crash. Now, concertgoers will have to wait to vie for tickets again this week. Brooks is set to perform at Neyland Stadium in... Read more
Morrissey’s U.S. Tour Reportedly Faces Sluggish Sales
Morrissey, the former Smiths frontman, is having trouble selling tickets to his U.S. tour. He kicked-off the tour with Interpol earlier this month, stopping in Columbia, New York, Camden, and Kettering. However, according to Consequence of Sound, the trek isn’t pulling in the audience that he would have hoped.... Read more
WWE Fails To Sell Out MSG Shows With One Week To Go
Earlier this year, WWE announced that it would return to Madison Square Garden for two live pay-per-view event for the first time in 10 years, however, with a week before the events, neither show is sold out. Live tapings of Raw and SmackDown Live are set to take place... Read more
International NFL Games Are Hot-Sellers As League Expands Fanbase
The National Football League is bringing teams to even more countries across the globe this year, causing international sales to grow. According to StubHub, NFL international game ticket sales jumped 55 percent compared to last year. Additionally, fans in other countries are purchasing more tickets in the U.S.; international... Read more
NYCFC Fans Fume Over New Season Ticket Prices, Lack of Transparency
New York City’s FC has not announced news of a new stadium, but prices have already increased without warning. Fans are frustrated with the lack of information and some are even reconsidering renewing in 2020. Ticket prices for next season have risen as much as $40, leaving fans feeling... Read more
Wendy Williams’ Tour Reportedly Faces Sluggish Sales
Comedian Wendy Williams has been cancelling a handful of tour dates on her stand-up trek, with multiple reports citing low ticket sales. Her “For The Record…Umm Hmm! Tour,” kicked-off earlier this month, and the comedian was set to stop in Newark, New Jersey over the weekend for a show... Read more