Eras Tour Dates and Prices Compared

Eras Tour Dates and Prices Compared

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Taylor Swift’s reign continues with the latest leg of The Eras Tour. The singer-songwriter kicked off the European leg of her world tour in Paris in May, which will last all summer. From there, she’ll head back to North America to tour Canada and a few remaining U.S. cities in the fall. If you’re hoping to be there, we’ve rounded up all the details about The Eras Tour, including how to get Taylor Swift tour tickets.

Swift’s Eras Tour has been taking the world by storm since March 2023. The three-hour-plus tour features hits from each of Swift’s album eras, from “Lover” to her Grammy Award-winning “Midnights.” Each show also features surprise songs and occasional guests, so fans never quite know what to expect. Swift released her latest album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” in April, so the Swiftie hype will continue all summer long.

Getting tickets has become a battle in itself, with many fans waiting in line at Ticketmaster for hours to hopefully snag a few seats, if they could get a presale ticket code in the first place. As Swift continues to extend the tour, including new dates in the US, tickets remain hard to come by.

Below, we’ve put together a guide to everything you need to know about The Eras Tour, including the tour schedule, details on how to buy tickets, ticket resale prices, and concert film streaming options. You can also browse through resale sellers like StubHub and Vivid Seats at your leisure.

Taylor Swift International Tour Dates

The Eras Tour’s international dates resumed on May 9 in Paris. The European tour runs through August 20 in London. UK prices are listed in pounds and start times vary from city to city. Several shows have age restrictions for younger children and specific rules about seating and adult supervision. A few venues check that a ticket holder’s ID matches the name on their tickets. US dates begin in October and can be found in the table below.

Taylor Swift North American Tour Dates

The Eras tour returns to the US on October 18 in Miami. In addition to the Miami shows, Swift will perform multiple shows in New Orleans and Indianapolis. On November 14, Swift heads to Canada for multiple shows in Toronto and Vancouver. All North American shows begin at 7:00 p.m. local time.

How to buy tickets for Taylor Swift’s 2024 tour?

Original standard tickets for Taylor Swift’s 2024 were long sold out for both international and domestic dates. All U.S. tickets and many international tickets were sold through Ticketmaster, though certain international venues used other services.

Tickets for most dates are available on resale websites such as StubHub and Vivid Seats. These are generally more expensive than the original tickets, which are no longer available. Please note that some countries have regulations regarding ticket resale.

On StubHub, the UK tour dates come with a note stating that ticket terms do not permit resale through unauthorized channels and may not be valid for entry. If this turns out to be the case, StubHub notes that its FanProtect Guarantee covers buyers.

How much are Taylor Swift tickets?

Ticket prices vary by date and venue. International resale tickets are generally slightly cheaper than US resale tickets. It is worth noting that some of the cheapest tickets have limited viewing.

The cheapest European tickets on StubHub ranged from $239 (Amsterdam, Netherlands on July 4) to £1,279 (London, England on August 19). The latter is approximately $1,616 in USD. The lowest prices for most shows are around $250 to $1,200. On Vivid Seats, the cheapest tickets for these dates are $491 and $1,172 respectively.

When it comes to North American shows, the cheapest StubHub tickets range from $1,613 (Vancouver, Canada on December 6) to $2,602 (Indianapolis, Indiana on November 2). Most of the cheapest tickets cost between $1,600 and $2,300. On Vivid Seats, the cheapest Taylor Swift tickets for those dates start at $1,527 and $2,451, respectively. The two resale sellers generally have similarly priced listings, but it varies from show to show.

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Who is the opening act for Taylor Swift’s tour?

Taylor Swift has a variety of opening acts, from emerging singers to established groups. Opening acts vary by date. For the European leg of the tour, Swift will be supported by Paramore. In the US and Canada, Swift will be supported by Gracie Abrams. Earlier in the tour, Swift has opened for Sabrina Carpenter, Phoebe Bridgers, MUNA, HAIM and more.

Will Taylor Swift Add More Dates to the Eras Tour?

Taylor Swift has already added extra stops to her tour due to high demand, including her U.S. tour dates this fall. She’s also added extra dates to some of her European city stops, including bonus performances in France and the U.K., among other locations.

During her 100th show, a mid-June performance in Liverpool, Swift acknowledged that the tour would end in December. “Celebrating the 100th show means to me that this is the very first time that I’ve acknowledged myself and admitted that this tour is going to end in December,” Swift told the crowd in a moment that was widely captured and posted on social media. This declaration means that the Eras Tour likely won’t last beyond 2024, but we’ll keep this guide updated if Swift announces any changes (or additions) to her tour lineup.

Will The Tortured Poets Department be part of the Eras Tour?

It’s good news for fans of “The Tortured Poets Department,” Swift’s new album due out April 19, 2024. Swift is incorporating several of the new songs into the Eras Tour, as evidenced during the first shows of her European tour. “The Tortured Poets Department” songs currently on tour include “But Daddy I Love Him,” “So High School,” “Down Bad,” “Fortnight,” “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?”, “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived,” and “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart.”

Since the Eras Tour is already quite long, this means that Swift is also cutting a few songs from previous Eras that were previously on the tour setlist. The songs that were removed from the setlist include “The Archer,” “Long Live,” “The 1,” “The Last Great American Dynasty,” “‘Tis the Damn Season,” and “Tolerate It.”

Where can I stream The Eras Tour concert film?

If you’d rather watch The Eras Tour at home, you can always stream it on Disney+. Check out everything you need to know about streaming The Eras Tour concert film in our guide.

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