The surprising ways you can score last minute tickets to the Australian leg of Taylor Swift’s Eras tour

It’s less than a month until Taylor Swift kicks off the Australian leg of her Eras Tour.

While some Swifties managed to get tickets for one of the dates, many more were left disappointed, but there is still hope with some alternative routes to get into the shows.

One new way to see the show is to work at the show, with some fans going so far as to get odd jobs at the stadiums Taylor will be playing.

While these jobs are not easy to find, searching stadium websites and job boards can yield promising results.

Searching event, concert and festival team company job boards is also a way to find these gigs.

Taylor Swift (pictured) kicks off the Australian leg of her Eras Tour in less than a month.  Some Swifties managed to get tickets, but many more were left disappointed.  But there is still hope with some alternative paths to get into the shows

Taylor Swift (pictured) kicks off the Australian leg of her Eras Tour in less than a month. Some Swifties managed to get tickets, but many more were left disappointed. But there is still hope with some alternative paths to get into the shows

Show crew lists like this one offers temporary and casual work opportunities for numerous shows, including the Eras Tour.

Another method has an even smaller chance of success, but worth trying regardless.

Currently, there are a few contests offering remaining tickets for the tour.

Each contest comes with its own entry criteria, and it’s likely that a ton of Swifties enter for their chance to see their idol, but this cheap long shot might be the best option for some.

One new way to see the show is to work at the show, with some fans going so far as to get odd jobs at the stadiums Taylor will be playing

One new way to see the show is to work at the show, with some fans going so far as to get odd jobs at the stadiums Taylor will be playing

It comes as organizers of the tour worry about the 15,000 fans estimated to arrive despite not having tickets to see the pop star’s sold-out shows.

Venues NSW has warned ticketless fanatics to stay away from the stadium to avoid crowd management problems, reports The Daily Telegraph on Sunday.

A spokesperson said that fans who missed out on tickets should not try to ‘catch the atmosphere’ outside as they probably won’t hear any songs anyway.

Meanwhile, Transport NSW co-ordinator-general Howard Collins said the city would be ‘preparing for the inevitable’.

It comes as tour organizers worry about the 15,000 fans estimated to arrive despite not having tickets to see the pop star's sold-out shows

It comes as tour organizers worry about the 15,000 fans estimated to arrive despite not having tickets to see the pop star’s sold-out shows

“What we’ve found with other popular music venues where people can’t get tickets, people just show up to enjoy the atmosphere, and you can’t stop them other than crowd management,” he said.

“We are not encouraging ticketless fans to attend, but part of our contingency plan is allowing for extra people who may travel who don’t have tickets.”

But despite warnings from the NSW Government, businesses are said to be rolling out the welcome mat for all of Taylor’s fans, regardless of whether they have tickets.

Paul Nicolaou, executive director of Business Sydney, said: ‘Regardless of their ticket status, Sydney should put up the welcome sign for the Swifties as they will all contribute to our city in some way.’

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