Taylor Swift Speaks Up After Ticketmaster FAIL & Kansas City Prices Hit $20K

Sadly, more than any story about the NEXTGEN changing the political world . . . An alleged price-gouging concert ticket crisis has sparked more interest by Gen Z than any other current event and might even evoke bi-partisan intervention to break-up a monopoly

Here's the word from a bubble gum pop music diva shares her remorse in between private jet rides:

 “It goes without saying that I’m extremely protective of my fans,” Swift wrote on Instagram on Friday. “It’s really difficult for me to trust an outside entity with these relationships and loyalties, and excruciating for me to just watch mistakes happen with no recourse.”

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Taylor Swift ticket resale prices hit $20,000 for Kansas City concerts

Only in their wildest dreams will Taylor Swift fans be able to snag early tickets to her U.S. summer stadium tour - but they could shell out more than $20,000 for premium seats at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. Hundreds of thousands of Swifties hoping to get tickets on Tuesday and Wednesday in a two-day presale event though Ticketmaster Entertainment Inc.

Taylor Swift: Ticketmaster fiasco 'excruciating for me' | CNN Business

Taylor Swift spoke out Friday about the ticketing debacle that took place this week, as many fans were unable to purchase tickets for her upcoming tour on Ticketmaster.

Opinion | Ticketmaster's Taylor Swift meltdown exposes the dirty secrets of a broken system

Ticketmaster is, yet again, pointing blame at literally everyone but itself after the latest debacle involving tickets for Taylor Swift's 2023 "Eras" concert tour. On Thursday, after days of frustration and confusion, Ticketmaster announced it was straight up canceling the planned public ticket sale as a result of "extraordinarily high demands on ticketing systems and insufficient remaining ticket inventory to meet that demand."

Taylor Swift fans in KC frustrated after 'unprecedented demand' causes issues with Ticketmaster

The Justice Department is opening an anti-trust investigation into Ticketmaster and its owner Live Nation.Fans spent hours in virtual waiting rooms Tuesday trying to buy tickets for Taylor Swift concerts. Fourteen million people visited the website which was made to handle a million and a half people.In Kansas City, people were trying to get tickets to her two shows at Arrowhead Stadium this summer.

The Taylor Swift ticket fiasco is refocusing a spotlight on Ticketmaster's dominance

Ticketmaster says unprecedented demand caused tech issues, frustrating fans. Some Democrats say the problem is actually with the company's market power.

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