Good news for all the Swifties! What song are you most excited to see performed live? Because Taylor Swift is taking “Midnights” on the road as she announces the 2023 “Eras Tour” on “Good Morning America. Taylor Swift announced the long-awaited “Eras Tour” on Tuesday morning. It will begin in American stadiums in March 2023 and go through August 2023. Dates for other countries are announced.
Taylor Swift announced on social media that the first leg of her tour would take place in stadiums across the United States, with international dates that will be announced as soon as they can!
Many of the support artists, many of whom Swift has previously backed, are heavily focused on the sisterhood. The tour’s opening artists in thU.S.U.S. will be Haim, Paramore, Beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, Girl in Red, Gayle, Muna, and Owenn.
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Starting on March 18, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, and ending on August 5, 2023, at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, the tour is scheduled to go on.
Swift became the first performer to simultaneously hold all ten slots in the Billboard Hot 100 chart thanks to her new album “Midnights.” The tour begins on March 18, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona, the location of Swift’s prior tour, the “Reputation” tour, which began in 2018 before the pandemic.
Swift’s announcement included a promise of international dates. Even if some of her fans might find the idea of an excursion with a nostalgic theme appealing, her career covers, since her last tour, she has released “Lover,” “Folklore,” “Evermore,” and now “Midnights,” along with re-recordings of the “Red” and “Fearless” albums with the help of bonus tracks from which she’s is truly expected to represent the new era on the upcoming tour. Before the entire concert scene was forced to stop, any one of these albums would have been sufficient justification for its own tour.
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Twenty cities will host 27 performances. The tour will hit Los Angeles, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago, Arlington, Texas, Foxborough, Massachusetts, and East Rutherford, New Jersey, with a two-night engagement. When “Midnights” was released in October, there was no question as to how popular Swift tickets would be. According to Luminate, this week had the best week since Adele’s “25” album, with 1,578,000 album-equivalent units.
Additionally, it was revealed on Monday that for the first time ever, a single artist’s songs took up all ten of the top positions on the Billboard Hot 100, with “Anti-Hero” taking the top spot. Fans, in any case, strongly want the complete album; of the almost 1.6 million album units recorded for “Midnights,” 1,140,000 were full albums. Out of her total of 10 original studio albums, it became Swift’s fifth album to sell a million or more copies in its first week of release. Since “Reputation” debuted with 1,216,00, the amount represented the best first-week sales for an album by any performer.
The Messina Touring Group is promoting the “Eras Tour,” which is being internally produced by Taylor Swift Touring. The opening bands for the tour each had their own unique ways of showing their support, like Muna’s tweet declaring the group to be “gay for Tay” and showing a miniature version of the group perched atop Swift’s lighter from the “Midnights” album cover.
The Eras TourU.S.f U.S. Schedule:
|March 18, 2023||Glendale, AZ||State Farm Stadium|
|March 25, 2023||Las Vegas, NV||Allegiant Stadium|
|April 1, 2023||Arlington, TX||AT&T Stadium|
|April 2, 2023||Arlington, TX||AT&T Stadium|
|April 15, 2023||Tampa, FL||Raymond James Stadium|
|April 22, 2023||Houston, TX||NRG Stadium|
|April 28, 2023||Atlanta, GA||Mercedes-Benz Stadium|
|April 29, 2023||Atlanta, GA||Mercedes-Benz Stadium|
|May 6, 2023||Nashville, TN||Nissan Stadium|
|May 12, 2023||Philadelphia, PA||Lincoln Financial Field|
|May 13, 2023||Philadelphia, PA||Lincoln Financial Field|
|May 19, 2023||Foxborough, MA||Gillette Stadium|
|May 20, 2023||Foxborough, MA||Gillette Stadium|
|May 26, 2023||East Rutherford, NJ||MetLife Stadium|
|May 27, 2023||East Rutherford, NJ||MetLife Stadium|
|June 2, 2023||Chicago, IL||Soldier Field|
|June 3, 2023||Chicago, IL||Soldier Field|
|June 10, 2023||Detroit, MI||Ford Field|
|June 17, 2023||Pittsburgh, PA||Acrisure Stadium|
|June 24, 2023||MinneapoliU.S.N||U.S. Bank Stadium|
|July 1, 2023||Cincinnati, OH||Paycor Stadium|
|July 8, 2023||Kansas City, MO||GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium|
|July 15, 2023||Denver, CO||Empower Field at Mile High|
|July 22, 2023||Seattle, WA||Lumen Field|
|July 29, 2023||Santa Clara, CA||Levi’s® Stadium|
|August 4, 2023||Los Angeles, CA||SoFi Stadium|
|August 5, 2023||Los Angeles, CA||SoFi Stadium|