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When is Taylor Swift Going on Tour? Dates and Tickets Released

It’s the moment all Swifties have been waiting for – Taylor Swift’s highly anticipated world tour. The Eras tour announcement was made in November 2022, less than two weeks after the release of the pop star’s newest album, ‘Midnights’. The tour kicked off in Arizona in March 2023, and will be making its way across the pond to delight UK and European fans in 2024. 

This will be Swift’s sixth headlining tour, following the Fearless Tour (2009-2010), Speak Now World Tour (2011-2012), The Red Tour (2013-2014), The 1989 World Tour (2015), and Reputation Stadium Tour (2018). Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this will be the first time that Taylor’s latest four albums (Lover, Folklore, Evermore and Midnights) will be performed on tour.

Described as a journey through her musical eras, the Eras tour will be Taylor Swift’s most expansive one yet, with 146 shows across 5 continents. Swifties can also enjoy some top-rated support acts who will be performing alongside the pop star, including Paramore, Sabrina Carpenter and Gracie Abrams. 

Taylor Swift upcoming concerts: 2023 tour dates

The remaining Taylor Swift upcoming tour dates for 2023 are as follows:

  • 24th August to 27th August – Foro Sol in Mexico City, Mexico 
  • 9th November to 11th November – Estadio River Plate in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 17th November to 19th November – Estadio Nilton Santos in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • 24th November to 26th November – Allianz Paque in São Paulo, Brazil

The Eras tour will resume in February 2024, pit stopping at locations around the globe including Australia, Singapore, Japan, France, and the UK. The tour will finish on the 23rd November 2024 in Toronto.

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How much are Taylor Swift Tickets?

The price for Taylor Swift tickets can vary drastically depending on several factors, including the location of the concert and where you’re positioned in the venue. For instance, side view seats will generally be cheaper than general admission standing tickets. According to reports, Switzerland is where you’ll find the priciest tickets in Europe, with the cheapest tickets going for around 167 Swiss Francs. 

When tickets first went on sale in November 2022, the demand was to such an extreme that it caused Ticketmaster’s site to crash. For the North American leg of the tour, tickets range from $49 to $499 (plus fees), depending on the section of the stadium. Tickets for her initial US dates sold out immediately, with the second leg of her US dates (which went on sale in August 2023) following suit and also selling out instantly. 

In the UK, only fans who participated in the UK store Midnights album pre-order offer were able to access pre-sale tickets for her UK and Ireland shows. According to social media, ticket prices for Wembley Stadium in London indicate that pre-sale left and right front standing tickets are around £172 each for the 21st June 2024 upcoming Taylor Swift concert. While a general admission standing ticket was valued at around £110.

For those looking for a luxury experience, there are a few VIP packages also on offer. All named after Taylor’s big hits, you can choose between packages such as the We Never Go Out of Style Package at £196, the I Remember it All Too Well Package for £332, and the It’s Been a Long Time Coming Package at an eye-watering £662. 

Tickets for Liverpool range from £57 for side view seats to £143 for general admission standing seats, and you can find Edinburgh tickets anywhere between £86 to £171. The VIP packages are also available in other UK city venues, for slightly varying prices.

Taylor Swift tickets resale

Resale tickets may be the last opportunity for fans to secure their tickets. Resale prices will be more expensive, with tickets ranging from $500 to $7000 USD on reselling platforms like StubHub and TicketSmarter, however, they have decreased since the tour first went on sale in 2022. Prices will vary depending on the date and location of the concert you’re wishing to attend.

You can also buy tickets for the sold-out UK tour on resale, which can be purchased for around £200. More expensive tickets are also available, which include front-row standing tickets for some of the biggest shows.

If fans are considering purchasing resale tickets, they are advised to choose from regulated and trustworthy sellers. In the UK, the approved ticket resellers are Ticketmaster, AXS, or directly through the venue’s website. In Ireland, the approved ticket reseller is Ticketmaster. If tickets are purchased via resale on an unofficial market, they won’t be valid for entry.

Alongside the official resale facilities, fans will also be able to transfer tickets through their approved ticket agent, meaning they can share tickets with friends and family who are also attending. 

Conclusion 

If you’re still wanting tickets to Taylor Swift’s upcoming concerts, you’ll need to act fast. The Eras tour is the top-selling tour of 2023, and fans all over the world are still desperate to secure their seat at what will undoubtedly be a once in a lifetime event. 

Although the demand is exceptionally high, obtaining a ticket to your desired show may still be possible. As mentioned, it’s important that you are purchasing your tickets from reliable sellers, so make sure you do your research before purchase to ensure they’re genuine. 

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Lydia Reynolds

Written by Lydia Reynolds

Lydia is a writer with a passion for sport. A lifelong fan of Sheffield United, she keeps close tabs on the Premier League, and loves digging into football data. She holds a degree in English Literature. When she's not writing, you'll find her swotting up on football transfers, or skiing in the alps.