Following the outrage, Adelaide mayor said that he would like to personally invite the 'Bad Blood' songstress to perform in the city.
An upset fan took to Twitter to express his/her disappointment. "WHERE THE F**K IS ADELAIDE! @taylorswift13 pretty sure the "1989" tour sold 2x in Adelaide and that you would comeback! Very sad and disappointed." Another noted that his/her children were "very disappointed" following the announcement.
"I have to say I have 3 very disappointed girls here in Adelaide. It was going to be my 8-year-old kid's first concert," so the fan wrote. "Also timing of ticket sales is harsh on struggling families, just before Christmas. I'm sure it would have been easy enough to go on sale in February/ March."
I have to say I have 3 very disappointed girls here in Adelaide , it was going to be my then 8 yr olds 1st concert. Also timing of ticket sales is harsh on struggling families , just before Xmas . I’m sure it would have been easy enough to go on sale in feb / March. #adelaide— Dimi (@DimitraSibonis) 3 Desember 2017
Another upset fan wrote, "She's dead to me for skipping Adelaide." One other similarly said, "I'm beyond pissed that Taylor isn't coming to Adelaide."
Learning the fans' outrage on social media, Adelaide mayor Martin Haese told The Music that he would like to personally invite the songstress to the city. "Taylor's also missing out on visiting a city that loves and supports live music," he said.
"I would strongly urge all artists to fit Adelaide into their schedule -- they won't regret it," he continued. "I would personally like to invite Taylor to visit Adelaide -- I know I speak for the people of Adelaide when I say that we'd love to see you here."
Both Live Nation and Taylor have yet to respond to the outrage.
The "Bad Blood" singer is set to kick off the Australasian leg of her tour on October 19 at Perth's Optus Stadium. She will stop in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane before wrapping it up on November 9 at Mt. Smart Stadium in Auckland.