Score Sold Out Taylor Swift Tickets for Gillette Stadium With the Tay Tay Double Play
Ever since Taylor Swift announced her Eras Tour back on November 1, 2022, it's been a bit of chaos.
Taylor Swift and Ticketmaster
Swifties, determined to see their Queen back in action live, caused Ticketmaster to fumble the pre-sale for her tour not just once but twice. To the point that they didn't even have enough tickets for an actual public on-sale.
Ever since that moment, buying tickets for elite-level artists like Taylor has never been the same. And, unfortunately, a lot of hardcore Swifties have been left in the dust, unable to snag tickets to see Taylor live.
Taylor Swift at Gillette Stadium
For months, Taylor Swift's shows at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, have been sold out. Even after adding a third date on Sunday, May 21 when her previously-announced Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20 shows both sold out during the pre-sale.
Since that point, tickets to any of her shows at Gillette Stadium in May have been like gold -- amazing to have, but almost impossible to find. And the keyword in that phrase is almost impossible because that's where we come in.
The Tay Tay Double Play
Starting on Monday, March 13 at 6am with the Q Morning Show, listen weekdays for two Taylor Swift songs back-to-back (which is the Tay Tay Double Play.)
As soon as you hear the Tay Tay Double Play, be Caller 9 to 775-7979 to become a finalist and get in the running to see Taylor at Gillette Stadium on Friday, May 19.
The Tay Tay Double Play can happen anytime during the day on weekdays only and can happen multiple times per day, too. So anytime you hear two Taylor songs back-to-back, you'll want to call in.
And by the way, if you haven't already downloaded the Q97.9 app, make sure you do. Because we'll send out alerts shortly before every Tay Tay Double Play to increase your chances to win!
The contest will run through Friday, March 24 at 11:59p. On Monday, March 27 at 9:10a, the Q Morning Show will call/announce the winner live on-air.