Swift continues to add dates to trek

Taylor Swift continues to add shows to her record-breaking Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour. The pop star has added a sixth night at Los Angele’s SoFi Stadium and eight more shows to the European run in 2024.

Swift will now play Los Angeles on August 3-5 and 7-9. Only fans who were on the waitlist for the original five SoFi Stadium shows when they went on sale in late 2022 were given access to purchase tickets for the August 7th, according to Ticketmaster. Those tickets went on sale less than two hours after the announcement on Tuesday (June 27th) morning.

New European dates include a third night in Paris, second night in Stockholm, both in May 2024; second nights in Zurich, Hamburg, Munich, Warsaw and Vienna in July and August, respectively; and a fifth night in London’s Wembley Stadium, which now spans June 21-22 and August 15-17, 2024.

Swift is currently on the US trek of The Eras Tour. She initially announced 27 dates last fall and then added eight and an additional 17 new dates within two weeks. Swift will play multiple nights in all cities, tallying to 53 shows in US stadiums in 2023, now wrapping with six shows in Los Angeles.

Earlier this month, she announced the first round of international dates on the global trek. Swift will head to Mexico City for three dates this August followed by South American stops in Argentina, Rio de Janeiro and Brazil in November. Latin American shows will be supported by Carpenter and produced by Taylor Swift Touring.

Last week, the global superstar announced dates in Europe, Australia and Asia. The Australian dates, presented by Crown and Frontier Touring, will kick off on February 16, 2024 with two shows in Melbourne and February 23rd with three shows in Sydney, all with special guest artist Sabrina Carpenter. Asian and European dates include stops in Japan, Singapore, Sweden, Portugal, France, Spain, The UK, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, and Austria through next summer. Support to be announced for select dates.