Buy music on this topic at | Amazon
The global superstar Taylor Swift has finally announced her UK and Ireland dates for her massive stadium tour in 2018. Swift will be performing at three shows after the long-awaited release of her sixth studio album Reputation.
It’s the news Great Britain and Ireland has been waiting for, but not to panic just yet, the tickets will go on general sale on Friday 1 December 2017. Fans subscribing to TaylorSwift.com will have access to purchase tickets in advance from Wednesday 29 November. You can purchase general sale here.
Considering the demand Swift can expect for her live shows, it’s very likely she will announce additional dates after tickets for the current three go on sale. She will be appearing at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, Croke Park in Dublin, and Wembley Stadium in London, taking place between 8 and 15 June.
To the delight of fans, the 10 time Grammy Award Winner has teased a number of songs from the new album including the controversial ‘Look What You Made Me Do’, ‘Ready For It?’ and pop banger ‘Gorgeous’. Reputation dropped on 10th November, and has since topped the iTunes charts in 111 countries and debuted at no.1 on the Official UK Albums Charts. With over 1.29 million copies in the US during its first week of release, Swift is currently the only artist in history to boast four records selling over one million copies in their first week, ahead of Adele who has three.
Taylor Swift Reputation Tour Dates:
8 June 2018 Manchester Etihad Stadium
15 June 2018 Dublin Croke Park
22 June 2018 London Wembley Stadium