In honor of her upcoming album, Midnights, 11-time Grammy winner Taylor Swift has scheduled a massive North American “Eras Tour” for 2023. Beginning March 18 in Glendale, the 27-city tour will wrap up in August after stopping in big cities like Las Vegas, Tampa, Houston, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, Seattle, and Los Angeles.
Midnights, Swift’s tenth studio album, was released via Republic Records on October 21, 2022. The new album is a follow-up to 2020’s “Evermore,” which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and was certified platinum by the RIAA. With assistance from Charli XCX, Camila Cabello, and Broods, the singer/songwriter embarked on her Reputation Stadium Tour two years ago, making stops in Asia, Europe, North America, and Australia. Several other artists, including Vance Joy and Shawn Mendes, joined her on her 1989 World Tour in 2015.
Details of the Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour
Taylor Swift Touring is producing and promoting their “Eras Tour,” with help from the Messina Touring Group.
The support acts for the tour all showed their excitement in their unique ways, such as Muna’s tweet declaring the band “gay for Tay” and included a picture of the three sitting atop Swift’s lighter from the “Midnights” album cover in miniature.
Where to buy tickets?
In a departure from the norm of the unpredictable pricing of “platinum tickets” in the modern day, Swift has revealed the price of her tickets in advance. Costs range from $49 to $449, with VIP upgrades available for $199 to $899.
Concert Tickets for Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour
Tickets for the tour will go on presale on November 15, which raises some questions. Beginning today, Ticketmaster users can sign up for early access to purchase tickets.
On November 15, only registered fans who have received a unique code can purchase tickets. Tickets will be available to the general public beginning November 18.
Stubhub, SeatGeek, Vividseats, Viagigo, Ticketnetwork, and Livenation are just a few other ticket marketplaces available.
Midnights Playlist by Taylor Swift
The complete track listing for Taylor Swift’s new album Midnights has been revealed, and it boasts a massive collaboration with Lana Del Rey:
· Lavender Haze
· Snow on the Beach (feat. Lana Del Rey)
· You’re on Your Own, Kid
· Midnight Rain
· Vigilante Sh*t
· Sweet Nothing
· The Great War
· Bigger Than The Whole Sky
· High Infidelity
· Would’ve, Could’ve Should’ve
· Dear Reader
For How Long Does a Taylor Swift Concert Last?
Performances by Taylor Swift often last between two and three hours. She changed outfits many times on the Reputation tour and performed at least 24 songs from her latest album.
Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour 2023 dates:
SAT, MAR 18, 2023: STATE FARM STADIUM Glendale, AZ
SAT, MAR 25, 2023: ALLEGIANT STADIUM Las Vegas, NV
SAT, APR 1, 2023: AT&T STADIUM Arlington, TX
SUN, APR 2, 2023: AT&T STADIUM Arlington, TX
SAT, APR 15, 2023: RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM Tampa, FL
SAT, APR 22, 2023: NRG STADIUM Houston, TX
FRI, APR 28, 2023: MERCEDES-BENZ STADIUM Atlanta, GA
SAT, APR 29, 2023: MERCEDES-BENZ STADIUM Atlanta, GA
SAT, MAY 6, 2023: NISSAN STADIUM Nashville, TN
FRI, MAY 12, 2023: LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD Philadelphia, PA
SAT, MAY 13, 2023: LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD Philadelphia, PA
FRI, MAY 19, 2023: GILLETTE STADIUM Foxborough, MA
SAT, MAY 20, 2023: GILLETTE STADIUM Foxborough, MA
FRI, MAY 26, 2023: METLIFE STADIUM East Rutherford, NJ
SAT, MAY 27, 2023: METLIFE STADIUM East Rutherford, NJ
FRI, JUN 2, 2023: SOLDIER FIELD Chicago, IL
SAT, JUN 3, 2023: SOLDIER FIELD Chicago, IL
SAT, JUN 10, 2023: FORD FIELD Detroit, MI
SAT, JUN 17, 2023: ACRISURE STADIUM Pittsburgh, PA
SAT, JUN 24, 2023: U.S. BANK STADIUM Minneapolis, MN
SAT, JUL 1, 2023: PAYCOR STADIUM Cincinnati, OH
SAT, JUL 8, 2023: GEHA FIELD AT ARROWHEAD STADIUM Kansas City, MO
SAT, JUL 15, 2023: EMPOWER FIELD AT MILE HIGH Denver, CO
SAT, JUL 22, 2023: LUMEN FIELD Seattle, WA
SAT, JUL 29, 2023: LEVI’S® STADIUM Santa Clara, CA
FRI, AUG 4, 2023: SOFI STADIUM Los Angeles, CA
SAT, AUG 5, 2023: SOFI STADIUM Los Angeles, CA
On Tuesday, November 1, Taylor Swift announced a stadium tour for 2023 via Twitter. The first leg of The Periods Tour will take place in the United States, and Taylor has described it as “a trip through the musical eras of her career (past & present!).” The dates for the second international part of the tour will be revealed later. Even while her fans could get a kick out of the thought of a throwback concert covering her entire career, Swift should focus on the modern era for her next tour.
Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, Girl in Red, MUNA, HAIM, Gayle, Gracie Abrams, and Owenn will all be making appearances as support on tour.