Taylor Swift Announced Her 'Reputation' Tour Dates & Her Fans Are So Ready For It

by Jamie LeeLo
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Now that Reputation has dropped, you probably think Taylor Swift will take the week off from throwing her fans into mass hysteria, BUT THINK AGAIN. On Nov. 13, it was announced that Taylor Swift's Reputation stadium tour is coming to a city near you, and soon. Swift announced the great news on her Taylor Nation Twitter account, and the details are a real freaking doozy. If you're wondering how to get tickets to Taylor Swift's Reputation tour, then don't worry because I've got you covered.

Here's what's up — if you simply follow Swift's link from her Twitter post to Ticketmaster, you'll be able to register as a "verified fan," whatever that means.

Ticketmaster explains it like this,

Taylor Swift is committed to getting tickets into the hands of fans... NOT scalpers or bots. So she’s collaborating with Ticketmaster #verifiedfan to create an exclusive program to help YOU get the best access to tickets, in a really fun way.
Once you register, improve your place in line by participating in boost activities until initial registration closes on Nov 28.

After registering, the site will prompt you to pick which city you'd like to catch Taylor in, and then asks you to provide your phone number and email so you can receive ticketing information and details in real time. In theory, this will help you get a leg up on buying tickets.

And THAT'S ALL WE KNOW SO FAR, but the day is still so, so young in Taylor Swift Reputation Hype Land.

While Swift didn't specify if more dates and cities will be released, Billboard explains this is only the first round of shows and we can expect way more concerts to come... because duh.

In total, 27 dates and cities have been released so far with the tour currently kicking off in Glendale, Arizona, and wrapping up in Arlington, Texas. Call me and Billboard magazine crazy, but something tells me this tour will extend way past the United States (like into boyfriend Joe Alwyn's hometown of London, England, perhaps?).


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Here are the locations and dates we have so far, according to Ticketmaster:

May 8 - University of Phoenix Stadium - Glendale, AZ

May 12 - Levi's Stadium - Santa Clara, CA

May 19 - Rose Bowl - Pasadena, CA

May 22 - CenturyLink Field - Seattle, WA

May 25 - Sports Authority Field at Mile High - Denver, CO

June 2 - Soldier Field - Chicago, IL

June 30 - Papa John's Cardinal Stadium - Louisville, KY

July 7 - Ohio Stadium - Columbus, OH

July 10 - FedEx Field - Washington, DC

July 14 - Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, PA

July 17 First Energy Stadium Cleveland, OH

July 21 - MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ

July 28 - Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, MA

Aug. 4 - Rogers Centre - Toronto, ON

Aug. 7 - Heinz Field - Pittsburgh, PA

Aug. 11 - Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, GA

Aug. 14 - Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, FL

Aug. 18 - Hard Rock Stadium - Miami, FL

Aug. 25 - Nissan Stadium - Nashville, TN

Aug. 28 - Ford Field - Detroit, MI

Sept. 1 - U.S. Bank Stadium - Minneapolis, MN

Sept. 8 - Arrowhead Stadium - Kansas City, MO

Sept. 15 - Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, IN

Sept. 18 - The Dome at America's Center - St. Louis, MO

Sept. 22 - Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, LA

Sept. 29 - NRG Stadium - Houston, TX

Oct. 6 - AT&T Stadium - Arlington, TX

Reminder to jump on the Verified Fan Registration and we'll see you on tour!

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