Get To Know All Of Taylor’s The Eras Tour Special Guests

Paramore, Gayle, Phoebe Bridgers, Haim, and so many more.

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Taylor Swift is getting ready to embark on The Eras Tour. The “Anti-Hero” singer made the announcement on Nov. 1 by revealing her tour dates and opening acts. So, which artists are joining Swift on the road next year? Take a look.

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This was the collaboration I never knew I needed. Paramore will open for Swift for one night only: opening night. On March 18, Paramore and Swift will hit the stage in Glendale, Arizona. If you want to see Paramore sooner, they’re currently on tour. They also dropped a new single on Sept. 28 called “This Is Why.”

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Singer-songwriter Beabadoobee will join Swift in late-March and April. Following her TikTok song “Coffee," Bea's career soared with the release of her 2020 debut album, Fake It Flowers, and follow-up record, Beatopia, this past July. She even caught up with Elite Daily in May.

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You can catch Phoebe Bridgers touring with Swift in May. The Grammy-nominated artist is known for her singles like “Motion Sickness,” “Kyoto,” “Sidelines,” and more. In November 2021, Bridgers collaborated with Swift on her Red (Taylor’s Version) track “Nothing New.”

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Girl In Red will open for Swift in June. Stream her hit songs like “We Fell In Love In October,” “Serotonin,” and “Body and Mind” to prepare for the big concerts in 2023.

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Indie pop band MUNA consists of Katie Gavin, Josette Maskin, and Naomi McPherson. They's certainly put on a great shows while supporting Swift in July. Hopefully, MUNA will perform plenty of songs from their self-titled record, which dropped on June 24.

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Of course, Swift asked her best friends Alana, Danielle, and Este Haim to join her on tour in July and August. The four have teamed up several times, including on Swift's tracks “No Body, No Crime” and “Gasoline,” as well as in the new “Bejeweled’ music video.

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Gracie Abrams will be another special guest on various dates across the full tour schedule. The singer has several great tracks under her belt, including “Unlearn,” “Feels Like,” and “Rockland.” Abrams previously toured with her bestie Olivia Rodrigo on The Sour Tour.

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Gayle is one of the biggest breakout stars in recent years. She skyrocketed to fame in 2021 when her single "ABCDEFU" went viral on TikTok and peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. She'll join Swift in June.

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Swift and Owenn go way back. The “Rest of My Life” singer was a backup dancer on her 2018 Reputation Tour and starred in the 2019 “Lover” music video. Becoming an opening act feels like a full-circle moment. They'll reunite for shows in June and on Aug. 4 in Los Angeles.

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