After releasing her 10th studio album “Midnights”, Taylor Swift announced The Eras Tour with 52 concerts and swifties are going wild. Here’s everything we know; dates, shows, tickets, venues, and special guests.
Taylor Swift will return with her first tour following the Covid19 switch, as the American singing sensation will embark on “The Eras Tour” to promote her previous albums. The Eras Tour will be an all-stadium tour that will begin on March 18, 2023.
According to Taylor Swift, the tour will feature all of her musical albums recorded since the beginning of her career. The tour tickets will go on sale on November 18 at 10 a.m. local venue time.
The Eras Tour had 35 stadium destinations scheduled across the country. Swift has promised a “journey through the musical eras of my career (past & present!)” with a billboard featuring photographs from her 2006 debut to her most recent releases.
However, on November 4, she decided to share more exciting news;
“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 tweeted.
The tour then added 17 additional dates on November 11, totaling 52 shows. Here’s all we know so far about the Eras Tour.
Dates and Locations
The initial 35 shows announced are;
Where to get the tickets?
Enlisting in Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan Program, which begins November 9 at 11:50 p.m. local time, is the simplest way to purchase Taylor Swift Tour Tickets. Taylor Swift revealed on November 1, 2022, that her Tour will take place in stadiums with the crowd, beginning in March 2023 and lasting until early August 2023.
The Eras Tour Tickets 2022 will be available for $49 to $449, with VIP packages starting at $199 and going up to $899.
Verified Fan presale
The contest began on Monday, with Ticketmaster intermittently mailing out Verified Fan presale codes throughout the day. To combat scalpers, the program randomly picks users to obtain early access to tickets. Registration for the program ended on November 9.
Verified fans’ tickets began at 10 a.m. Tuesday, with an extra presale for Capital One credit card holders began at 2 p.m. However, for those who were not chosen, the general on-sale will begin on November 18 at 10 a.m.
How to Buy tickets for the Eras Tour?
- If all the online chatter has left you upset, don’t worry, because tickets haven’t gone on sale, which means you haven’t missed out on one of Taylor’s stadium concerts.
- Simply register a Ticketmaster account now, and yes, you may do it right away because it is simple.
- You must register; otherwise, you will not be able to purchase tickets when they go on sale in the first round.
- When you reach the front of the line, you will be able to sign in using Ticketmaster. Once signed in, fill out all of the requested information, including the show tickets you desire.
- You must select one show, but you may select up to two more if your first option does not work out.
Now wish on a shooting star that you get the ticket for your city.
Those who did not register and gain access to the presale will be able to purchase tickets beginning November 18.
The tour’s opening acts include Phoebe Bridgers, Beabadoobee, Paramore, Haim, Girl in Red, Gayle, Gracie Abrams, Muna, and OWENN.
Swift has released four original albums (and two re-recordings) since her Reputation Stadium Tour, which included three concerts at Gillette Stadium in 2018. Her most recent tour experience, 2020’s Lover Fest East, was likewise scheduled to end at the stadium before being canceled because of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Taylor’s Eras Tour comes after the release of her 10th studio album, “Midnights.” Taylor became the first artist in history to have all #10 Billboard Hot 100 singles charts at the same time as the release of her pop album. It also had the biggest streaming week of the year so far, with over 357 million official streams – the most for a female artist’s album.
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