Calling all Swifties!
Tuesday, November 1 Taylor Swift has announced her upcoming tour “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour”, which will take fans on a journey through the musical eras of his past and present career. The 2023 tour, which includes a stop in Cincinnati, completes “Midnights,” his record-breaking 10th release that commandeered radio and record charts around the world.
The first leg of the tour will take place in stadiums across the United States, with international dates to be announced shortly. The Cincinnati concert is currently scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 1 at Paycor Stadium.
Swift will kick off The Eras Tour on March 18 in Glendale, Arizona at State Farm Stadium. The 27-date race includes further legs at stadiums in Las Vegas, Arlington, Texas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago and Los Angeles, where the US leg ends August 5.
Opening acts for the Cincinnati show include MUNA and Gracie Abrams. Other opening acts for The Eras Tour include Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers and Haim.
Taylor Swift concert in Cincinnati: Here’s how to get tickets
Tickets for all dates go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, November 18.
Swift participates in Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program, which allows fans to sign up for a presale until 11:59 p.m. on November 9. Tickets will be priced from $49 to $449, with VIP packages ranging from $199 to $899.
USA TODAY reports that this will mark Swift’s first live outing since 2018’s “Reputation” stadium tour which included dates in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and Japan.
Since that 53-date streak, Swift has released three albums in addition to “Midnights”: the heavy synth-pop “Lover” as well as her duo of storytelling-centric folk releases, “Folklore” and “Evermore.”
Any tour plans Swift might have considered to support ‘Lover,’ which bowed in August 2019, have been scuttled by the pandemic, meaning she has four albums she’s never played in. direct.
Learn more about “Midnights”
The 13-track “Midnights” (plus seven additional songs on the album’s “3 am Edition”) set numerous records for Swift in its first week of release.
The album went to No. 1 on Billboard’s 200 albums chart. The album also had the biggest sales week for any album in nearly seven years with 1.57 million equivalent album units earned in the United States according to Luminate, the data company that serves Billboard.
Along with winning the accolade for best-selling album of the year, “Midnights” notched the biggest sales week for an album since Swift’s “Reputation” in 2017.
On Monday, October 31, Swift made chart history by becoming the first artist in history to claim the top 10 spots on the Billboard Hot 100.
The singer was stunned by the accomplishment, she said on social media.
“Anti-Hero,” his in-house review pop whirlwind, claims the top spot, along with “Lavender Haze,” “Snow on the Beach” (with Lana Del Rey), “Question…?” and “Bejeweled” among the others making the Top 10.