Trek continues with four more cities in 2024

Taylor Swift has added 15 more shows to The Eras Tour in North America, beginning in fall 2024. The pop star will return to the States to perform three shows each in Miami, New Orleans and Indianapolis with six performances set for Toronto in October and November of next year. Gracie Abrams will support all dates.

“Turns out it’s NOT the end of an era 😝 Miami, New Orleans, Indy and Toronto: The Eras Tour is coming to you in 2024 with Gracie Abrams! Verified fan registration for all shows is open now,” she shares on social media.

Ticketmaster Verified Fan registration is open through Saturday, August 5th at 5 pm ET/2 pm PT. Fans will receive confirmation if they will have access to the Verified Fan on sale or if they’ve been placed on a waiting list on Tuesday, August 8th. The Verified Fans on sale runs Wednesday, August 9th through Friday, August 11th with assigned specific on sale windows. This will help to ensure the company avoids a repeat of last November’s original botched on sale that was plagued by significant service failures and delays on its website, leaving fans unable to purchase concert tickets, and forcing the company to apologize to Swift and fans to file lawsuits against the ticketing giant.

Swift is set to wrap the first leg of the trek with six shows in SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles starting tonight (Thurs, Aug 3rd). We will be on hand for the Saturday show in LA, but the shows run through August 9th.

Swift will then head to Mexico City for three dates in 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.

Asian run early next year and include stops in Japan and Singapore before launching the massive European leg in May 2024 with stops in Sweden, Portugal, France, Spain, The UK, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, and Austria through next summer.

Following her shows in Santa Clara last weekend, the generous singer gifted her entire crew and band a total of $55 million in bonuses as a thank you for their hard work. Pollstar projects the tour will gross over $1 billion, marking Swift the first female to do so with a concert tour, and marking the largest-ever grossing concert in US history.

The country-turned-pop star is also being credited to raising the United States economy with The Eras Tour. The Philadelphia Federal Reserve and Cincinnati officials share that Swift’s 53-date US trek has helped raised the economy with tourism.

Swift continues to make history with albums. Last month, she achieved “the biggest debut for an album this year” with Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), registering first-week sales of 716 thousand album equivalents in the US and over one million album equivalents worldwide, landing her at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. At the same time, it makes history by scoring “the biggest sales week for a re-recorded album ever,” besting even the one million first-week global consumption of Red (Taylor’s Version) in 2021. Plus, it notched the “second biggest vinyl sales week in Nielsen history,” following Taylor Swift’s Midnights. In addition, Swift is the first living artist in nearly 60 years with four of the top ten on the Billboard 200 with Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), Midnights, Lover, and Folklore.