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Taylor Swift Announces 2024 World Tour Dates, Including Shows in the UK, Australia and More

June 20, 2023 3:54 pm GMT
Last Edited July 26, 2023 3:43 pm GMT

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Taylor Swift has added a new series of international shows to her already expansive run of Eras tour dates, with performances lined up in Singapore, Japan, Australia, Europe and more.

The newly added dates begin in February 2024 with four shows in Tokyo, Japan, before Taylor heads to Australia for a flurry of performances in Melbourne and Sydney. Then, the ‘Anti-Hero’ hitmaker will be taking the stage in Singapore, followed by a series of eagerly awaited European dates in France, Sweden, Portugal and Spain.

Excitingly, it has now been confirmed that Taylor Swift will be heading to the UK in June, with shows on the books in Edinburgh (Murrayfield Stadium), Liverpool (Anfield Stadium), Cardiff (Principality Stadium) and London (Wembley Stadium).

Taylor Swift will also be performing two shows in Dublin, Ireland, along with the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Poland and Austria, before she returns to London for two more dates at Wembley Stadium on August 16 and 17.

The news come hot on the heels of the announcement that her 2019 track, ‘Cruel Summer’, will be the next song to be shipped out as a radio single, despite it being four years since its release.

The song remains a key part of Taylor's 2023 setlist, and prospective attendees at the country-pop megastar's newly unveiled tour dates will be looking forward to hearing the infectious track, alongside other staples such as ‘Love Story’ and ‘Look What You Made Me Do’.

A number of Taylor Swift's hotly anticipated tour dates will be supported by up-and-coming artist, Sabrina Carpenter.

For the full list of Taylor Swift's newly announced 2024 World Tour dates, see below:

FEBRUARY

7 - Tokyo Dome - Tokyo, Japan

8 - Tokyo Dome - Tokyo, Japan

9 - Tokyo Dome - Tokyo, Japan

10 - Tokyo Dome - Tokyo, Japan

16 - Melbourne Cricket Grounds (MCG) - Melbourne, Australia

17 - Melbourne Cricket Grounds (MCG) - Melbourne, Australia

23 - Accor Stadium - Sydney, Australia

24 - Accor Stadium - Sydney, Australia

25 - Accor Stadium- Sydney, Australia

MARCH

2 - National Stadium, Singapore - Singapore, SG

3 - National Stadium, Singapore - Singapore, SG

4 - National Stadium, Singapore - Singapore, SG

MAY

9 - Paris La Défense Arena - Paris, France

10 - Paris La Défense Arena - Paris, France

17 - Friends Arena - Stockholm, Sweden

24 - Estádio Da Luz - Lisbon, Portugal

30 - Estadio Santiago Bernabéu - Madrid, Spain

JUNE
2 - Groupama Stadium - Lyon, France

7 - BT Murrayfield Stadium - Edinburgh, United Kingdom

8 - BT Murrayfield Stadium - Edinburgh, United Kingdom

14 - Anfield Stadium - Liverpool, United Kingdom

15 - Anfield Stadium - Liverpool, United Kingdom

18 - Principality Stadium - Cardiff, United Kingdom

21 - Wembley Stadium - London, United Kingdom

22 - Wembley Stadium - London, United Kingdom

28 - Aviva Stadium - Dublin, Ireland

29 - Aviva Stadium - Dublin, Ireland

JULY

5 - Johan Cruijff Arena - Amsterdam, Netherlands

6 - Johan Cruijff Arena - Amsterdam, Netherlands

9 - Stadion Letzigrund Zürich - Zürich, Switzerland

13 - San Siro Stadium - Milan, Italy

18 - Veltins-Arena - Gelsenkirchen, Germany

23 - Volksparkstadion - Hamburg, Germany

27 - Olympiastadion - Munich, Germany

AUGUST

2 - PGE Narodowy - Warsaw, Poland

9 - Ernst-Happel-Stadion - Vienna, Austria

16 - Wembley Stadium - London, United Kingdom

17 - Wembley Stadium - London, United Kingdom

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