Taylor Swift is getting ready to bring her Eras Tour to Vancouver for three nights next December.
Concerts are scheduled for December 6, 7 and 8, 2024 at BC Place.
Rogers Communications, which is a presenting sponsor, says Swifties can register for tickets on the Verified Fan website this Saturday and Sunday, with sales beginning Nov. 9.
Swift began her tour earlier this year, performing songs from her chart-topping career against the backdrop of an elaborate stage design for each album.
Canada was initially left off the schedule, but announced this summer that it would head to Toronto for six dates in November 2024.
A concert film version of the performance has since been produced, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tourhit theaters and quickly dominated the box office.
British Columbians campaigned hard for Swift to head west after her Toronto shows were announced.
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In July, B.C. Minister of Arts and Culture Lana Popham sent a message to the pop star on Twitter, now called X, suggesting Swift play BC Place.
That was after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted a request for the megastar to come to Canada.
Swift’s Eras tour has boosted economies in touring cities as people spend a lot on accommodations and activities around the shows.
Online research group QuestionPro crunched the numbers and found that Eras Tour will generate billions of dollars in economic activity in the United States alone. He said the average concertgoer spent about $1,300 per show.
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how to get tickets
So Swift is coming, but how are you going to get to one of her shows?
BC Place has 54,000 seats and all of them are expected to be in high demand every night.
Verified registration is now open for the Vancouver shows and fans can sign up via Ticketmaster here until Saturday, November 4 at 5 pm Pacific time.
Registration, according to Ticketmaster, does not guarantee tickets as the company expects to have more demand than the tickets available.
A limited number of those who register will receive an access code to purchase tickets, while others will be placed on a waiting list.
Tickets go on sale Thursday, November 9, and verified fans will receive an email the day before to let them know if they can purchase them or if they’re on the waiting list.
Obtaining an access code does not guarantee tickets as they will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
Fans on the wait list could end up getting an access code if there are any tickets left.
Ticketmaster has created an FAQ page just for Swifties to learn about the ticketing process.