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Did Wembley underestimate the demand for accessible tickets at Taylor Swift's Eras Tour?
Damian Weatherald, a regular gig goer and wheelchair user, gives his perspective on the issue.
This month, tickets for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour finally became available to purchase for fans across the UK.
The sale was split over Ticketmaster and AXS and across multiple days to ensure the websites could handle the demand. To even get your hands on such tickets, you had to have either a presale code from buying Midnights way back in October or have pre-registered a month in advance when the dates were announced.
It was incredibly well thought out. Except, amongst the organised chaos, accessible tickets seemed to have been left behind.
Damian Weatherald, a regular gig goer and wheelchair user, thinks Wembley didn’t do a lot wrong and explains the usual ticket buying process for accessible seats in the video below: