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Taylor Swift Announced A New Tour — And She's Bringing All Her Friends

Prepare for Taylor's latest era: a look back at all her former ones.

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Taylor Swift is going on tour for the first time in five years. Since then, she’s put out a whopping four albums, each with its own mythology, color scheme and unique sound to mark whatever era of her life — both creatively and musically — she’s currently in. When it comes to Taylor, there’s something for everyone: There’s the longing cottage-core of folklore and evermore, the self-hating, depressive late nights of Midnights, the dreamy rosy-eyed glasses of Lover. Swift plans to revisit these eras (and fingers crossed, all her eras) on her next U.S. tour, which will hit 20 cities next year.

And in true Taylor form, she’s bringing her friends — who encompass a wide swatch of generations and music tastes as varied as Swift’s own catalogue. Depending on the city, Swift will be supported by Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, MUNA, HAIM, GAYLE, Gracie Abrams, and OWENN. (Yes, you have permission to scream!)

And, in even truer Taylor form, she’s already hiding Easter eggs for her fans: Her tour kicks off March 18, 2023 in Glendale, AZ, the same place her “Reputation” tour began in 2018. She will wrap up the tour in L.A.’s SoFi Stadium on August 5 — the same place she was set to open her 2020 Lover Fest mini-tour.

For everything else we know about attending Swift’s Eras tour, including the full tour schedule, dates, and how to score tickets, read on.

Where is the 2023 Eras Tour Playing?

So far, only U.S. dates have been announced, with international dates to be announced later.

On Nov. 11, Swift added an additional 17 dates to the tour after already updating the schedule with eight new shows on Nov. 4. See the revised schedule below.

Taylor Swift’s 2023 Eras Tour dates

  • March 17 - Glendale, AZ - State Farm Stadium
  • March 18 - Glendale, AZ - State Farm Stadium
  • March 24 - Las Vegas, NV - Allegiant Stadium
  • March 25 - Las Vegas, NV - Allegiant Stadium
  • March 31 - Arlington, TX - AT&T Stadium
  • April 1- Arlington, TX - AT&T Stadium
  • April 2- Arlington, TX - AT&T Stadium
  • April 13 - Tampa, FL - Raymond James Stadium
  • April 14 - Tampa, FL - Raymond James Stadium
  • April 15 - Tampa, FL - Raymond James Stadium
  • April 21 - Houston - TXNRG Stadium
  • April 22 - Houston - TXNRG Stadium
  • April 23 - Houston - TXNRG Stadium
  • April 28 - Atlanta, GA - Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • April 29 - Atlanta, GA - Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • April 30 - Atlanta, GA - Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • May 5 - Nashville, TN - Nissan Stadium
  • May 6 - Nashville, TN - Nissan Stadium
  • May 7 - Nashville, TX - Nissan Stadium
  • May 12 - Philadelphia, PA- Lincoln Financial Field
  • May 13 - Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field
  • May 14 - Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field
  • May 19 - Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium
  • May 20 - Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium
  • May 21 - Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium
  • May 26 - East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium
  • May 27 - East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium
  • May 28 - East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium
  • June 2 - Chicago, IL - Soldier Field
  • June 3 - Chicago, IL - Soldier Field
  • June 4 - Chicago, IL - Soldier Field
  • June 9 - Detroit, MI - Ford Field
  • June 10 - Detroit, MI - Ford Field
  • June 16 - Pittsburgh, PA - Acrisure Stadium
  • June 17 - Pittsburgh, PA - Acrisure Stadium
  • June 23 - Minneapolis, MN - U.S. Bank Stadium
  • June 24 - Minneapolis, MN - U.S. Bank Stadium
  • June 30 - Cincinnati, OH - Paycor Stadium
  • July 1 - Cincinnati, OH- Paycor Stadium
  • July 7 - Kansas City, MOGEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium
  • July 8 - Kansas City, MOGEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium
  • July 14 - Denver, CO - Empower Field at Mile High
  • July 15 - Denver, CO - Empower Field at Mile High
  • July 22 - Seattle, WA - Lumen Field
  • July 23 - Seattle, WA - Lumen Field
  • July 28 - Santa Clara - Levi’s Stadium
  • July 29 - Santa Clara - Levi’s® Stadium
  • August 3 - Los Angeles - SoFi Stadium
  • August 4 - Los Angeles - SoFi Stadium
  • August 5 - Los Angeles - SoFi Stadium
  • August 8 - Los Angeles - SoFi Stadium
  • August 9 - Los Angeles - SoFi Stadium

bolded = new date

Who is opening on the Eras Tour?

Depending on the city, Swift is having a different opener (or two!), which include entirely women bands. Many of whom are artists she’s collaborated with before and who make music you can cry, or scream to: Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, MUNA, HAIM, GAYLE, Gracie Abrams, and OWENN.

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How to buy tickets to the Eras Tour

Be vigilante of scammers for this highly-anticipated tour. Tickets will be available through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program; fans can register here for the TaylorSwiftTix Presale starting Tuesday through Wednesday, November 9. Registered fans will have access to purchase tickets on Tuesday, November 15 starting at 10 a.m. local venue time, from $49 to $449.

Public on-sale begins Friday, November 18 at 10 a.m. local venue time. VIP packages cost $199 to a whopping $899 and are available on a first come, first served basis.

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