Krizman and her sister

Jessica Krizman and her sister Nicole at Taylor Swift’s rain show at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, May 20.

NORTH PROVIDENCE – Like many Taylor Swift fans, Jessica Krizman of North Providence said she was excited to purchase tickets to see Swift when the artist announced her Eras Tour last November.

“I started liking Taylor when my younger sister dragged me to her ‘1989’ show, and then I started listening to her,” Krizman told The Breeze.

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I work at a retail store in Patriot Place and know that there were tickets that sold for $7,000 per ticket. Not for anything people, but even if you have the money to spend that much money to go see any concert is simply stupid. It must be nice to have more money than brains. I very much admire Taylor Swift as a person, she is truly one of the nicest and most generous people you will ever meet. But to pay $3,000 to go see her in concert is stupid. If you have that much money to blow please donate it to the Hasbro Children's Hospital, trust me, Taylor would have more respect for you if you did that.


It must be so nice to have $3,000 to spend on tickets when many are having trouble affording groceries in this pathetic economy. Obviously the CEO is happy with his incredible salary boost.

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