Taylor Swift Extends Her Eras Tour with New North American Dates for 2024
Taylor Swift Extends Her Eras Tour with New North American Dates for 2024

Here is the big news, Taylor Swifts Eras Tour has been extended.

On Thursday, the music superstar announced that she has added several new North American dates to her world tour.

“Turns out it’s NOT the end of an era,” the 33-year-old wrote on Instagram. “Miami, New Orleans, Indy (Indianapolis), and Toronto: The Eras Tour is coming to you in 2024 with @gracieabrams!”

Before the US leg of the Eras Tour, Taylor Swift currently has six more US cities to visit including Los Angeles. Although, she and supporting star Sabrina Carpenter embark on a tour of Latin America that will run until November. However, the Erraz Tour ends in mid-August at the end of the month.

Earlier, the Latin America phase was announced for later this month. These global dates, which will run through August of next year, were announced hardly a week before the nine-show run on Tuesday. In February 2024, Taylor Swift will resume with a series of shows in Japan before flying to Australia, Europe, and parts of Asia.

The following is the announcement and full list of new upcoming Eras Tour dates:

Taylor Swift

The current US leg of Taylor’s Swift tour. The selected dates were revealed by Gracie, daughter of film director J.J Abrams and Katie McGrath.

Before ending on November 23 after six consecutive shows at Toronto’s Rogers Centre. Taylor will then head to the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans and Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. A new round of North American dates will begin in the autumn of 2024, with the artist performing at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium on October 18.

She will be joined by opening appearances from Sabrina Carpenter and Paramore. The newly announced dates follow more than a year of sold-out performances in Asia, Europe, and Australia.

From Thursday to August 9th. The shows, which were originally supposed to be their last Erase Tour concert in North America, will run through the US leg and will be followed by a six-night residency at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. So distant, this tour has taken the All Too Well hitmaker across the US this summer.

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