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Everything We Know About Taylor Swift’s Upcoming ‘Eras’ Tour

The Midnights musician just added 17 more tour dates to satisfy her fans.

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Taylor Swift keeps adding more tour dates as fans buy up tickets to her Eras tour. First she announced eight extra concerts on the U.S. leg of the tour after releasing the first 27 dates—which were, apparently, not nearly enough for her robust fan base.

“UM. Looks like I’ll get to see more of your beautiful faces than previously expected… we’re adding 8 shows to the tour,” Swift wrote in a tweet.

Then on November 11, the tour added 17 additional dates, making 52 concerts. Here’s everything we know about the Eras Tour so far.

When does the “Eras” tour start?

The U.S. part of Swift’s tour begins on March 17 of 2023, in Glendale, Arizona, after originally beginning on March 17 — Glendale gets an extra date. It’ll be wrapping up at Los Angeles’s SoFi Stadium on August 9. International dates have not yet been announced.

Who is opening for Taylor Swift?

It’s practically worth going to one of Swift’s shows just to catch the warm-up acts. On the roster are the indie musical artists Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, Muna, Haim, Gayle, Gracie Abrams, and OWENN.

Where, exactly, is she going on tour?

After her first show in Arizona, Swift heads to Las Vegas; then, Arlington, Texas; Tampa, Florida; back to Texas for a show in Houston; Atlanta; Nashville; Philadelphia; Foxborough, Massachusetts; East Rutherford, New Jersey; Chicago; Detroit; Pittsburgh; Minneapolis; Cincinnati; Kansas City, Missouri; Denver; Seattle; Santa Clara, California; and finally, Los Angeles. Phew!

When and where will the eight additional shows take place?

All the new tour dates are in the same cities where Swift was previously scheduled to appear.

She added an updated graphic to her Instagram Stories to announce the news dates:

Taylor Swift

Where can fans buy tickets for “Eras”?

Tickets aren’t on sale just yet, but Swift’s team can probably estimate from early registrations for Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan platform that the demand will be high. After all, her newest album, Midnights, has already broken multiple records, just one week after release.

The last time the musician toured was back in 2018. At that time, she’d just put out Reputation—since then, she has released Lover, Folklore, and Evermore, plus re-recorded her Red and Fearless albums. That’s a lot of material to catch up on.

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