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Adelaide mum warns Taylor Swift about Australian Eras Tour live shows

An Adelaide mum has slammed Taylor Swift for the limited range of live shows she is likely to perform in Australia on her Eras Tour.

The American pop big man will perform two shows in Melbourne and three in Sydney in February, but has missed various major cities along with Adelaide.

It’s got her biggest following looking for expensive pre-sale tickets starting Wednesday, starting with a general sale on Friday, June 30, as well as looking for flights and accommodations if they should go see the present.

Mom, author and mom of 4, Amanda Blair, expressed her frustration earlier this week on Facebook, which garnered 28,000 likes.

Dear Taylor Swift. Hello, I hope you are efficient. Hey, the announcement of your Australian tour has caused a lot of stress for all the mums and dads,” she began her open letter.

An Adelaide mum has hit out at Taylor Swift (pictured) over the limited range of live shows she is likely to perform on her Era tour in Australia.

“We are being hounded day and night to get on the ticket priority list and encouraged to pay ‘WHAT YOU CAN’ for a seat.

“Personally, I have been told that if I don’t get the tickets by Wednesday, my child will ‘CRY’, ‘CRY HIMSELF TO DEATH.’

So I just want to let you know, Tay-Tey, that unless you announce multiple concerts, any kid who “doesn’t want anything else for birthdays and Christmases for the next four years, Mom, I promise” can get a ticket without their dad. and the mother casts off her fostered soul, possessions, and possessions. respect, you will have blood on your hands. I’m not going to get rid of it…

“Signed – minutes counted until Wednesday 1.30pm older”.

Many agreed with what was submitted, and 1,000 different dads and moms shared their ideas in the comments.

Mum, author and mum-of-4 Amanda Blair (pictured) expressed her frustration earlier this week on Facebook, which has garnered 28,000 likes.

“Only a mother of a teenage daughter will understand and empathize with your message, I remember the same situation with One Direction,” wrote one.

“Buy the tickets. I’m 49 and still traumatized. I never saw New Kids On The Block like my friends at school. I actually didn’t get to see them until I grew up and they started touring again. I actually cried during the concert,” said each other.

‘Oh, that’s funny! I think I said the same thing as my mum after I had to go to Slade live in Melbourne in 1972! And one more time after I got to see Daddy Cool in 1973. Times change, but young people don’t,” added one.

I’m also hoping for tickets considering they’ll be too high for a nosebleed if I’m lucky. I hope you get through with buying your daughter a ticket and that she loves meeting Tay Tay and will no doubt be forever indebted to her mum,” said another.

‘I hear your sister! But I’m a mother in desperate need of tickets, love Tay Tay, however I’m not proficient so I have no way to get tickets,” another father or mother wrote.

“So I just want you to know Tay-Tey that if you don’t announce more concerts so that every child can get a ticket without the parents selling their souls, possessions and dignity, you will have blood on your hands,” she wrote. .

After several unfavorable reviews, Amanda explained that her unique production was only a joke and written for comic effect.

Others, however, felt that Amanda should be teaching her youngsters to be especially grateful and to accept that we all experience disappointment.

“Part of life is learning that we don’t always get what we want and that things aren’t always fair. I hope your daughter gets tickets, but there will be a lot of kids who won’t be able to go, and that’s just the way it is,” one parent wrote.

Another said: “That’s pretty straight forward. Your failure to tell your child you can’t afford something doesn’t get blood on her hands. It puts your lack of responsibility and ability to live within your means. No one owes you affordability. Period.’

“Teach your child that she can live without seeing a Taylor concert. Teaching her discipline and acceptance is a better gift than a Taytay ticket,” wrote another.

After several unfavorable reviews, Amanda explained that her unique production was only a joke and written for comic effect.

Many agreed with the statement, but others felt that Amanda should be training her children to be extra grateful

“The next time I write a completely ironic production, I’ll be sure to make it very clear that it’s a ‘JOKE,'” she wrote.

“Thank you to all the people who have told me to stand up to my kids, that my kids are spoiled, that I’m a lousy parent, that I should give my money to charity as a substitute, that it’s their time blah blah blah. Cheers , that you bought the joke! shees’.

Last Wednesday, Taylor introduced that she is likely to bring her Era Tour to Sydney and Melbourne in February 2024.

The live shows are the first time the Love Story hitmaker, 33, has performed in Australia since 2018.

Base tickets for Swift’s discoveries went on sale in advance from official sellers on Wednesday for $80-$380 and are already sold out.

Taylor revealed last Wednesday that she is likely to embark on her Era tour in Sydney and Melbourne in February 2024.

The VIP packages here range from $350 to $1,249 and include items like luggage and posters, and are offered in the Monday presale.

Advance sales for Frontier Aussie members open from 10am on Wednesday 28 June with tickets and VIP packages.

General tickets go on sale Friday June 30 in Sydney starting at 10:00 a.m. local time, and in Melbourne at 14:00.

The Melbourne opener will be held at the MCG on February 16 and 17.

Swift will then fly to Sydney for three consecutive nights at Accor Stadium on February 23, 24 and 25.

The Melbourne opener will be held at the MCG on February 16 and 17. Swift will then fly to Sydney for 3 consecutive nights at Accor Stadium on February 23rd, 24th and 25th.

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