Taylor Swift announces first round of international Eras Tour dates

Additional dates will follow

Taylor Swift has announced the first round of international dates to Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour. 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. Additional dates are set to be announced soon.

Verified Fan Registration is now open for shows in Mexico. Fans can register through Wednesday, June 7th at 11:59 pm local time. Tickets will go on sale starting June 13th at 2 pm local time. Access will be prioritized for residents of Mexico. Only fans that receive an email confirming their access will be able to join the queue.

The general on-sale for Argentina will begin Tuesday, June 6th 10 am local time.

Ticket presales For Brazil begin Tuesday, June 6th 10 am local. Fans who purchased tickets for Taylor Swift’s concerts in Brazil that were canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic will have the opportunity to access an exclusive pre-sale for the purchase of tickets for Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour starting on June 6th at 10 am local time. This presale period will run until Wednesday June 7th 11:59 pm local time. Starting June 12th at 10 am local time while supplies last, the general public may be given an opportunity to purchase tickets if currently available inventory remains following the pre-sales.

Latin American shows will be supported by Sabrina Carpenter and produced by Taylor Swift Touring.

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 52 shows in US stadiums in 2023.

Tickets for the US dates went on sale in November 2022, leaving many fans unable to purchase concert tickets due to significant service failures and delays on Ticketmaster’s website. This caused Swift to speak out herself about Ticketmaster which led to the company apologizing to Swift and fans suing the Live Nation-owned company and a US government investigation.

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