You Can See Taylor Swift In Niagara Falls
The biggest two words on the internet over the last week and a half: Taylor. Swift.
Taylor Swift has been a mega superstar for a while, but now that she has been spotted at two Kansas City Chief games in support of tight end Travis Kelce, she has been everything that everyone is talking about.
Whether it's people saying, "Oh my goodness, how cool!" or "I really don't care," it's hard not to follow all the Taylor Swift news that is branching off the TRAYLOR (Travis + Taylor) tree.
Taylor Swift added more show dates for The Eras Tour a few months ago, and people have been struggling to get tickets.
If you don’t have tickets yet, it doesn’t seem like the odds are in your favor. However, there is actually a way you can at least get a realistic photo with Taylor Swift, even if you are unable to snag a concert ticket.
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Taylor Swift Added New Tour Dates
Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour is coming to Toronto for 6 shows in 2024. She will be performing at the Rogers Centre on Nov. 14-16 and Nov. 21-23 2024, making her the first artist to ever perform six shows at the stadium.
Average Price Of Tickets To A Show
According to StubHub, the most affordable ticket for a Taylor Swift concert on this tour is $1,133 CAN in the 500s Section.
The average resale ticket sold for a concert on her tour is $1,605, according to SeatGeek. To get them at face value, some people were spending close to $4,000 just to get two tickets to the show.
For even the biggest Swifties, that can be too much money that it breaks the bank.
Lucky for you, there is a way to get your Taylor fix, up close and personal, without spending thousands of dollars.
How To Take A Picture With Taylor Swift
Just across the border in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, you will find two very realistic wax museums: The Movieland Wax Museum and Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks (fun fact: Tussaud’s was the first ever wax museum in Canada).
In both of the wax museums, you will find Taylor Swift, and it looks pretty realistic if you ask me.
The Movieland Wax Museum sets the scene as if you were at a Taylor Swift concert, so you can at least feel like you were there.
Granted, it’s not the same, but it’s better than nothing.
If you’re still trying to get some tickets available via resale, you can check back here for updates.
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