Taylor Swift Announces Her 2018 Tour

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It’s been just a few days since Taylor Swift released her sixth studio album, Reputation. Today Taylor announced a 27-date U.S. stadium tour for 2018. The trek will launch on May 8 in Arizona and run through October. Swift is set to tour through the U.K., Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, with additional dates to be revealed in the next couple of weeks.

Tickets for the North American sting go on-sale to the public on Dec. 13, which also happens to be her 28th birthday. Swift’s biggest fans can purchase tickets earlier through Taylor Swift Tickets, which is powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan. Registration is open and runs until Nov. 28.

Swift is scheduled to stop in Minneapolis on September 1st and play U.S. Bank Stadium. U.S. Bank Stadium will be pretty busy in 2018 after the Super Bowl as Kenny Chesney and friends will play there on May 5th.  Here are all the announced stadium tour dates.

Taylor Swift 2018 Reputation Stadium Tour Dates:

May 8 – Glendale, Ariz. @ University of Phoenix Stadium
May 12 – Santa Clara, Calif. @ Levi’s Stadium
May 19 – Pasadena, Calif. @ Rose Bowl
May 22 – Seattle, Wash. @ CenturyLink Field
May 25 – Denver, Co. @ Sports Authority Field At Mile High
June 2 – Chicago, Ill. @ Soldier Field
June 30 – Louisville, Ky. @ Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium
July 7 – Columbus, Ohio @ Ohio Stadium
July 10 – Washington, D.C. @ FedEx Field
July 14 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Lincoln Financial Field
July 17 – Cleveland, Ohio @ First Energy Stadium
July 21 – East Rutherford, N.J. @ MetLife Stadium
July 28 – Foxborough, Mass. @ Gillette Stadium
Aug. 4 – Toronto, ON @ Toronto, ON
Aug. 7 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Heinz Field
Aug. 11 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Aug. 14 – Tampa, Fla. @ Raymond James Stadium
Aug. 18 – Miami, Fla. @ Hard Rock Stadium
Aug. 25 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Nissan Stadium
Aug. 28 – Detroit, Mich. @ Ford Field
Sept. 1 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ U.S. Bank Stadium
Sept. 8 – Kansas City, Mo. @ Arrowhead Stadium
Sept. 15 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ Lucas Oil Stadium
Sept. 18 – St. Louis, Mo. @ The Dome at America’s Center
Sept. 22 – New Orleans, La. @ Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Sept. 29 – Houston, Texas @ NRG Stadium
Oct. 6 – Arlington, Texas @ AT&T Stadium

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