In a bid to offer Taylor Swift fans an extraordinary experience at her upcoming Singapore concert in March, Marina Bay Sands is gearing up to unveil three exclusive VIP packages, promising a seamless blend of luxury and entertainment. With prices kicking off at S$10,000, these packages, each named after one of Swift’s chart-topping hits, cater to fans yearning for an unforgettable and opulent experience.
The first offering, the ‘Stay Stay Stay’ package, tagged at S$10,000, includes two VIP 2 (Karma Is My Boyfriend) packages with tickets and exclusive merchandise, a three-night stay in the Sands Premier Garden View Room, an exquisite omakase dining experience for two at Koma Singapore (valued at S$1,000), S$1,200 in Resort Dollars for indulging in shopping and dining at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, and full access to all attractions across the property, including the ArtScience Museum.
Other Eras Tour Packages
For those seeking an elevated experience, the ‘Shake It Off’ package, priced at S$15,000, offers two VIP 1 (It’s Been A Long Time Coming) packages, a three-night stay in the Sands Premier Garden View Suite, an omakase dining experience for two at Wakuda Restaurant & Bar (valued at S$1,000), S$1,200 in Resort Dollars, access to all attractions, and complimentary round-trip limousine transfers.
The epitome of luxury is encapsulated in the ‘Wildest Dreams’ package, available at S$50,000. This extravagant offering includes four VIP 1 (It’s Been A Long Time Coming) packages, a three-night stay in the two-bedroom Paiza Signature Sea View Suite equipped with a bar stocked with cocktails, wines, and spirits, a curated dining experience by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck at Spago Dining Room (valued at S$2,000), S$2,400 in Resort Dollars, access to all attractions, and complimentary round-trip limousine transfers.
The Grammy Award-winning singer is slated to perform six shows at the National Stadium in Singapore from March 2 to 9 as part of the Eras Tour, making it her exclusive stop in Southeast Asia. Fans eagerly queued both physically and virtually for hours to secure tickets for this limited engagement.
Swift, currently in Brazil for her ongoing performances, faced challenges with high temperatures and the tragic death of a fan at one of her Rio de Janeiro shows. Her next international stop is Tokyo in February next year, following which she will embark on her Southeast Asia leg, culminating in the highly anticipated Singapore concerts.