Will Taylor Swift ever let us rest? With her album Midnights becoming the official soundtrack to fall, Blondie as been absolutely unstoppable and — dare I say — on one. Remember when she dropped seven new songs at three in the morning? And as if we weren’t feral enough for Midnights, Ms. Swift decided to drop a bomb on us: she’s going on tour.
Yup, you heard that right. On Nov. 1, Swift took to social media to announce her 2023 stadium tour, entitled the “Eras Tour.” Let’s just say, I’m freaking out.
But that’s not all. This is just announcing the first leg of Swift’s tour — so, international fans, you’re in luck. While Swift hasn’t released when she’ll be embarking on an international tour, I’ll be sure to update whenever I get more information. Until then, start saving for tickets, bestie.
How To Get PreSale Tickets For Taylor Swift’s “ERAS TOUR”.
According to Ticketmaster, presale tickets for Verified Fans will become available on Nov. 15, and general sale will go live on Nov. 18. Additionally, since Capital One is sponsoring the tour, Capital One cardholders — debit and credit — will gain access to an exclusive premium allocation of presale tickets from Nov. 15 (2:00 p.m. local venue time) through Nov. 17 (10:00 p.m. local venue time), or while supplies last.
To access the presale on Nov. 15, Capital One cardholders will use the first 6 digits of their Capital One card number as the promo code, and must use their Capital One card to complete the purchase. It’s as easy as that, TBH.
You can sign up for more information on your chosen venue on the event’s website.
When Is Taylor Swift Going On Tour?
According to Swift’s Instagram post, she’ll be starting her tour on March 18 in Glendale, Arizona alongside Paramore (!!!) and GAYLE. The first leg of Swift’s tour will cover 26 shows across 20 different cities in the US, with multiple shows in Los Angeles, Foxborough, Philadelphia, East Rutherford, Atlanta, and Arlington. The tour’s first leg will end in Los Angeles, California after two nights at SoFi stadium.
Who Is Opening For Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour”?
Like the icon she is, Swift isn’t doing this tour alone. Along with the dates and venues for the “Eras Tour”, Swift also announced that she will be bringing along special guests Paramore, Haim, Phoebe Bridgers, Beabadoobee, Girl in Red, Muna, Gayle, Gracie Abrams, and Owenn.
Catch me selling my firstborn child for a Phoebe-Taylor crossover concert. I’m ready — my wallet is not.