Taylor Swift announces 2023 North American stadium tour: dates, presale info, tickets and more

Taylor Swift has announced a headline North American stadium tour – and tickets go on sale soon.

Taylor Swift has announced a headline North American stadium tour for 2023 – and tickets go on sale soon.

The record-breaking pop star will take The Eras Tour to stadiums across the country next year.

It’ll see her perform tracks from every era of her career – past and present – at each of the live shows, which take place between March and August.

Fans can get their hands on tickets in the general sale from 18 November via ticketmaster.com.

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Taylor announced the news on Instagram, writing: “I’m enchanted to announce my next tour: Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour, a journey through the musical eras of my career (past and present!).”

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She confirmed that the “first leg of the tour will be in stadiums across the US”, while “international dates to be announced as soon as we can”.


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The tour will see the singer joined by special guests across the run including Phoebe Bridgers, Girl in Red, Haim, Muna, Paramore, Gayle, Gracie Abrams, Beabadoobee and OWENN.

She recently released her 10th studio albumMidnights which features the singles “Anti-Hero”, “Bejeweled” and a collaboration with Lana Del Rey.

The LP made history as it became the first album in history to occupy the entire top 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

It also achieved the biggest week for an album in nearly seven years and landed at the top of the Billboard 200, selling 1.578 million album units in the U.S. in the week ending 27 October.

Fans can also expect to hear tracks from her recent re-releases, including Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version), as well as upcoming re-releases, with Swifties expecting Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) to drop next.

You can find out how to get presale tickets and the full tour schedule below.

How to get Taylor Swift tickets

They will be available exclusively from ticketmaster.com.

Fans can sign up for presale tickets at verifiedfan.ticketmaster.com/TaylorSwiftTix.

After you’ve registered, you’ll receive a confirmation email with details on what to expect next. Registration closes on Wednesday, 9 November at 11.59PM ET.

While Ticketmaster have confirmed that the Verified Fan Sale will take place on Tuesday, 15 November.

The general sale will then take place on Friday, 18 November.

Ticketmaster say: “Ticketmaster Verified Fan keeps bots out of the ticket buying process. While Ticketmaster Verified Fan does not guarantee that every fan will get a ticket, it does make the ticket buying experience fairer by ensuring only other fans are competing for tickets.

“A simple registration is all it takes to get verified and have the opportunity to be invited to buy tickets.”

How much are tickets?

The prices will range between $49 and $449, with VIP packages starting at $199.

? | Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour ticket prices will run from $49 up to $449 — with VIP packages starting at $199 according to @Variety!

— Tickets will go on sale Nov. 18th. pic.twitter.com/aSup7UQTZV

— Taylor Swift News ?️ (@TSwiftNZ) November 1, 2022

What are the tour dates?

  • 18 March – Glendale, AZ, State Farm Stadium
  • 25 March – Las Vegas, NV, Allegiant Stadium
  • 1-2 April – Arlington, TX, AT&T Stadium
  • 15 April – Tampa, FL, Raymond James Stadium
  • 22 April – Houston, TX, NRG Stadium
  • 28-29 April – Atlanta, GA, Mercedes Benz Stadium
  • 6 May – Nashville, TN, Nissan Stadium
  • 12-13 May – Philadelphia, PA, Lincoln Financial Field
  • 19-20 May – Foxborough, MA, Gilette Stadium
  • 26-27 May – East Rutherford, NJ, MetLife Stadium
  • 2-3 June – Chicago, IL, Soldier Field
  • 10 June – Detroit, MI, Ford Field
  • 17 June – Pittsburgh, PA, Acrisure Stadium
  • 24 June – Minneapolis, MN, US Bank Stadium
  • 1 July – Cincinnati, OH, Paycor Stadium
  • 8 July – Kansas City, MO, GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium
  • 15 July – Denver, CO, Empower Field at Mile High
  • 22 July – Seattle, WA, Lumen Field
  • 29 July – Santa Clara, Levi’s Stadium
  • 4 August – Los Angeles, CA, SoFi Stadium