Taylor Swift has added new dates to her historic Eras Tour, which is set to become the highest-grossing tour of all time, bringing in a record-setting $1 billion in sales.

Fans will have another chance to catch Swift on her monumental tour, which takes fans on a guided tour through every era of the country singer-songwriter-turned-pop sensation’s career, from her self-titled debut album that came out when she was just 16 to her most recent material. The tour originally made headlines when unexpected and unprecedented demand and a botched Ticketmaster on-sale left scores of fans without tickets. Hopefully, that history does not repeat itself when these newly announced shows go on sale.

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The new dates include shows in the U.S. and Canada in October and November 2024. Among the 15 concerts are three shows each at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium (10/18–10/20), New Orleans’ Caesars Superdome (10/25–10/27), and Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium (11/1–11/3), plus six shows at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario (11/14–11/16, 11/21–11/23). Gracie Abrams will serve as the opener for all the new fall 2024 North American dates.

The Eras Tour has seen hordes of fans gather in parking lots and outside of sold-out stadiums to hear the concerts and sing along. Her two concerts at Seattle’s Lumen Field, which attracted 144,000 fans not including the packed crowd in the parking lot, registered seismic activity equivalent to a 2.3-magnitude earthquake.


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To purchase tickets for the newly added Taylor Swift Eras Tour dates, register as  a Verified Fan between now and this Saturday at 5 p.m. ET via Swift’s website.


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