Swifties vs Ticketmaster
Taylor Swift has announced that she is dropping four previously unreleased songs on the eve of her highly anticipated Eras tour.
The Grammy-winning artist made the announcement on his Instagram story on Wednesday.
“In celebration of The Eras Tour I’m releasing four previously unreleased songs tonight at midnight,” the singer posted.
Tracks include “Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version),” “Safe & Sound (ft. Joy Williams & John Paul White) (Taylor’s Version), “”If It Was A Movie (Taylor’s Version)” and “All Of The Girls You Loved before.”
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The songs are being debuted ahead of the launch of his latest tour, which kicks off in Glendale, Arizona, on Friday, March 17.
Tickets to Era Tour shows are in high demand Overwhelmed Ticketmaster In November, when the furor spread The sale has been cancelled And the entertainment company has been heavily criticized Ticket sales exercise
A group of Taylor Swift fans in December Filed a case against the ticket master Allegations of fraud, misrepresentation and antitrust violations followed poor publicity for Swift’s upcoming tour that denied millions of fans the ability to purchase tickets.
A flood of complaints about this SWIFT ticket debacle A Senate Judiciary Committee hearing earlier this year focused on whether Live Nation Entertainment, the company that owns Ticketmaster, and several other ticket service providers violated laws intended to preserve competition. should be separated.
The judiciary is also investigating whether Live Nation exists Abuse of his power Above the multi-billion dollar concert industry.
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