Vue Manchester Printworks Cinema tops UK for most tickets sold to see Taylor Swift Eras Tour on big screen
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Music icon Taylor Swift may not be touring in the UK until next June, but fans in Manchester are in luck. You can now buy tickets to see her Eras tour showcased at Vue Printworks Cinema.
Super Saver Tickets are available for every screening at only £13.13 when bought online at Vue’s website. Screenings will start from October 13 and it means Swifties will have the chance to live and breathe the Eras Tour from the best seat in the house – experiencing every beat, clap and cheer - for a fraction of the cost.
Just over a day after tickets went on sale, Vue announced that its Manchester Printworks branch had sold one of the highest numbers of tickets to the Eras tour. It gets even better for Swifties as Vue have also said they will be selling limited edition popcorn tins and reusable cups celebrating The Eras Tour, subject to availability, so you can have a memento from your visit.
Toby Bradon, General Manager for Vue UK and Ireland, said: “While summer was all about the “Barbenheimer” phenomenon, it looks as if autumn is set to be dominated by Taylor-mania – and we couldn’t be happier.
"It’s been brilliant to see the growing buzz since Taylor Swift’s announcement just last month and we’re thrilled to call Vue the home of the Eras Tour, with venues up and down the country holding multi-screenings of what is set to be one of the biggest events of the year.”
A day after the announcement, Toby gave an update on how tickets had been selling. He said: “24 hours have passed since Taylor Swift’s announced the news Swifties across the country had been hoping for – The Eras Tour will be screening at cinemas across the UK and Ireland.
“We knew the news would be well received and Taylor Swift didn’t disappoint, with The Eras Tour breaking the record for the most first day pre-sale music concert tickets sold at Vue, a record formerly held by BTS’ Permission to Dance film.
"If the figures are anything to go by, this could be the biggest concert movie ever screened at Vue and reiterates what we have always known to be true – the big screen is about so much more than just blockbuster films. We can’t wait to enjoy every clap, beat and cheer with TayTay fans up and down the country.”