Two weeks before tickets even go on sale for her concert at Gillette Stadium, Taylor Swift has added a second show.
Swift will now be bringing her “Reputation” tour to the Patriots’ home field in Foxborough on July 27 and July 28. The promoter said the additional date was added due to “overwhelming demand on Taylor Swift Tix.” For the uninitiated, Taylor Swift Tix requires anyone interested in buying Swift tickets to register for a spot in a virtual line. They can move up in line by buying the album, watching her videos, or helping promote Swift on social media. Tickets go on sale Dec. 13, and if her track record of selling out past Gillette dates is any indication, they’re likely to go quickly.
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