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Screaming! Taylor Just Added 15 More Dates To The Eras Tour

This tour just keeps getting bigger.

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Swfities, this is not a drill: Taylor Swift has extended her Eras Tour again. After recently adding an additional show at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium, along with a ton of international dates across Europe, Asia, and Australia, the Midnights singer has tagged on even more shows. This was already the singer’s largest tour to date, and it keeps on getting bigger and bigger. With so many stops, this is the opportunity for Swifties everywhere to live out their Eras dreams.

On Aug. 3, Swift announced a mini-U.S. and Canada leg of her tour on Instagram. Specifically, between mid-October and November 2024, the singer will visit cities in Florida, Louisiana, Indiana, and Ontario across 15 dates. “Turns out it’s NOT the end of an era,” she wrote in the post. She also shared that Gracie Abrams, who served as an opener for the tour this summer, will return for these dates.

These exciting additions follow another round of new dates. On June 27, Swift announced she included a new show at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium. This addition (which falls on Aug. 7) extends her once five-night stay at the iconic venue to six. She then added eight more dates for the European leg of the tour, lengthening her appearance in cities such as Warsaw, Munich, London, Vienna, Hamburg, Paris, Stockholm, and Zurich in 2024.

But that wasn’t all. Just a few days later, Swift announced another 14 new dates for the European Eras Tour, extending her weekends in major cities like Paris, London, Dublin, and more to include an extra concert. She also revealed Paramore would be the opening act for these new dates.

Before that, she announced her international roster of Eras show. “EXCUSE ME HI I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY. I can’t wait to see so many of you on The Eras Tour next year at these new international dates!” Swift wrote on Instagram. These new dates will see Swift and new opener, Sabrina Carpenter, trekking through cities such as Tokyo, Melbourne, Paris, and Milan from February to August 2024. As seen in the multi-colored tour poster, this six-month excursion will follow the end of her Latin American leg of the tour, which stars Sabrina Carpenter as the opener. Clearly, Swift’s booked and busy.

Swift first announced her Eras Tour on Good Morning America in November 2022. There, she shared the gig will include music from her entire 10-album discography, including her record-breaking Midnights project. Since then, the singer has performed hidden and popular gems from all her eras, and revealed she’s releasing a new version of her Speak Now album on July 7.

“I wanted to tell you something that I’ve been so excited about for a really long time. I’ve been planning for ages and I finally get to tell you. I’m going back on tour,” Swift said on Good Morning America last year. “The tour is called The Eras Tour and it’s a journey through all of my musical eras of my career.”

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Honestly, witnessing every era from Swift in one night sounds like a dream. Check out all the details about her The Eras Tour below, including the new international dates, ticket information, opening acts, and more.

Where Will Taylor Swift Visit On The International Leg Of Her Eras Tour?

Swift is nearing the end of her U.S. tour dates (for now). With her new date in Los Angeles, the tour’s U.S. leg will end on Aug. 9 at the SoFi Stadium in L.A. — until she returns in October 2024.

After this excursion, she and Sabrina Carpenter will start their sonic journey in Latin America. Specifically, the duo will start in Mexico in late August and wrap up with two Brazil shows in November.

  • Aug. 24 – 26 in Mexico City, Mexico at Foro Sol
  • Nov. 9 – 10 in Buenos Aires, Argentina at Estadio River Plate
  • Nov. 18 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at Estádio Nilton Santos
  • Nov. 25 – 26 in São Paulo, Brazil at Allianz Parque

After a two-month break, both pop stars will pick up tour festivities in Tokyo in February 2024. They’ll also have stops in Sydney, Paris, Stockholm, Madrid, London, and Dublin, before returning to London once more in mid-August to close out the tour. Paramore will also join Swift as an opener on select dates during this European leg.

  • Feb. 7 – 10 in Tokyo, Japan at Tokyo Dome
  • Feb. 16 & 17 in Melbourne, Australia at Melbourne Cricket Grounds
  • Feb. 23 – 25 in Sydney, Australia at Accor Stadium
  • Mar. 2 – 4 in Singapore, SG at National Stadium, Singapore
  • May 9 – 12 in Paris, France at Paris La Défense Arena
  • May 17 – 19 in Stockholm, Sweden at Friends Arena
  • May 24 & 25 in Lisbon, Portugal at Estádio Da Luz
  • May 30 in Madrid, Spain at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
  • Jun. 2 & 3 in Lyon, France at Groupama Stadium
  • Jun. 7 – 9 in Edinburgh, United Kingdom at Murrayfield Stadium
  • Jun. 13 – 15 in Liverpool, United Kingdom at Anfield Stadium
  • Jun. 18 in Cardiff, United Kingdom at Principality Stadium
  • Jun. 21 – 23 in London, United Kingdom at Wembley Stadium
  • Jun. 28 – 30 in Dublin, Ireland at Aviva Stadium
  • Jul. 4 – 6 in Amsterdam, Netherlands at Johan Cruijff Arena
  • Jul. 9 & 10 in Zürich, Switzerland at Stadion Letzigrund Zürich
  • Jul. 13 & 14 in Milan, Italy at San Siro Stadium
  • Jul. 17 – 19 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany at Veltins Arena
  • Jul. 23 & 24 in Hamburg, Germany at Volksparkstadion
  • Jul. 27 & 28 in Munich, Germany at Olympiastadion
  • Aug. 1 – 3 in Warsaw, Poland at PGE Narodowy
  • Aug. 8 – 10 in Vienna, Austria at Ernst-Happel-Stadion
  • Aug. 15 – 17 in London, United Kingdom at Wembley Stadium

Then, two months later, Swift will kick off her 15-date U.S. and Canada run.

  • Oct. 18 — 20 in Miami, Florida at Hard Rock Stadium
  • Oct. 25 — 27 in New Orleans, Louisiana at Caesars Superdome
  • Nov. 1 — 3 in Indianapolis, Indiana at Lucas Oil Stadium
  • Nov. 14 — 23 in Toronto, Ontario at Rogers Centre

Who’s Joining Taylor Swift On The Rest Of The Eras Tour?

Sabrina Carpenter will join Swift on both her Latin America and international dates, and Paramore will accompany Swift on select dates on the European leg. In fall 2024, Gracie Abrams will return as an opener for Swift’s new U.S. dates.

Getting Tickets To The Eras Tour

It seems Ticketmaster had the tour’s original ticketing fiasco in mind when creating a purchasing process for the new dates. According to Today, the site — which fell in hot water after Swifties infamously crashed their site when trying to buy tickets — adopted a new process that requires fans to pre-register for the tour’s pre-and-general sales.

Registration is currently open for the 15 new concert dates. Fans can access the registration for selected dates on Ticketmaster or Swift’s official website. This added step reportedly signs fans up to receive additional information about their selected tour date and location. As of now, no ticket sales have been announced.


Where To Buy Tickets For The Eras Tour

Fans can purchase tickets for The Eras Tour through Ticketmaster.

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