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Law Firm Representing Swifties Against Ticketmaster Has A Message For The Beyhive

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By Fiyin Olowokandi on February 8, 2023 at 11:30 AM EST

Ticketmaster is facing its biggest challenge as tickets for Beyoncé's Renaissance tour are finally on sale.

The question on everyone's mind is if the ticket distribution platform will be able to handle the worldwide demand for Queen Bey's concert. Doubts are in the air following the company's poor handling of Taylor Swift's Eras tour presale.

Kinder Law PLLC, a firm representing aggrieved Swifties, filed a lawsuit against Ticketmaster for fraudulent acts. Now the organization is reaching out to protect Beyhive against the ticket sales company.

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Fans Are Keeping An Eye On Ticketmaster As Sales For Beyoncé's World Tour Begin

After failing to appease over a million Swifties, Ticketmaster is taking on the task of ensuring that fans get tickets to Beyoncé's world tour. Unlike the songstress's previous concerts, the Renaissance show is a bigger deal, as the 41-year-old has not held a solo tour since 2016.

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Beyonce's Renaissance tour poster
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Naturally, millions were excited to see the cultural icon in person. However, snatching a ticket to the most anticipated concert of the year has not been an easy task, as demand far exceeds supply. Per Ticketmaster, fan demand for some locations and cities exceeds the number of available tickets by a whopping 800%.

Although Ticketmaster promises to deliver amid the intensity, Kinder Law PLLC is not taking any chances with the ticket distribution company.

The firm responsible for suing the platform for botching the "Blank Space" singer's Eras tour presale recently issued a statement to Beyoncé's fans on Twitter. The outlet shared a promotional picture for the Renaissance tour alongside a complaint flyer.

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On the digital circular, the law firm implored Beyhive to contact them if they experienced any problems. The list included being kicked out of line, duplicate charges, inactive codes, and more. Kinder Law also reaffirmed its intentions to support fans against Ticketmaster with the tweet:

"We are the law firm repping @taylorswift13 fans that are suing Ticketmaster. If you have problems buying @Beyonce tickets, we urge you to document what happened & contact us."

They continued, "We will ensure your legal rights as a consumer are protected," dropping a link to a google form. By clicking the file, fans were directed to a page where they could lodge their complaints against Ticketmaster.

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When the "Single Ladies" artist announced her upcoming tour on Instagram, The Blast reported that fans went crazy over the news. The hype to see the caramel-toned goddess was mutual between celebrities and the masses, who turned their sights on Ticketmaster.

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Although the ticket prices were not revealed, people shared their enthusiasm in the comments section. The majority noted that they would gear up for the worst, while others lamented about not having enough money for the tickets.

Despite the apparent lack of funds, the Beyhive noted they would move mountains for their idol and warned Ticketmaster not to mess up. "90-Day Fiancé" star Loren Brovarnik commented, "Ticketmaster better be prepared!!" While another fan threatened the platform by writing:

"Ticketmaster had BEST not bullshit me. Thursday,9/2, it’s gonna be on and POPPIN’. I may have to take the entire damn week off…."

After becoming the most awarded person in Grammy history, it seemed everyone wanted a piece of Beyoncé, and they were willing to destroy the ticket distribution company for their goals.

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The Drama Between Taylor Swift Fans And Ticketmaster

Last December, we shared the juicy details about the ongoing legal fight between Swifties and Ticketmaster. The debacle began after the platform canceled the sale of the "You Belong With Me" singer's Eras tour tickets.

The sales barely lasted a week before the website was overwhelmed by the enormous traffic generated by fans and bots. This massive response caused multiple crashes over the sales period, and the site responded by ending the ticket purchase.

With Ticketmaster down, fans were forced to buy tickets from resellers. However, this caused more problems as tickets were sold for exorbitant prices compared to the cheaper fee on Ticketmaster.

Taylor Swift wearing an Oscar de la Renta dress, Christian Louboutin shoes, and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry arrives at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards
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Following the fallout, the organization apologized but took zero responsibility for the outcome. They blamed the crash on bot attacks and claimed the blonde songstress would have been unable to satisfy the demand even if the sales had gone smoothly.

Fans were unfazed by the apology as over two dozen Swifties filed a 33-page lawsuit in a Los Angeles court. They accused Ticketmaster of misrepresenting their services and working with scalpers to gain profit.

The Eras tour will take six months to complete. It starts in March 2023 from Arizona and ends in Los Angeles by August 2023.

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