After all, the USA will not have seen the end of the Eras Tour next week. Taylor Swift will be taking her stadium tour back to the United States and Canada in October and November…not this year, but in 2024.
Swift announced 15 more shows in four North American cities on Thursday morning, including an answer to the long-awaited musical question: What about Canada? The Eras Tour will currently have deadlines in November 2024 with six shows at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario.
Also before that, three shows each were added in Miami, New Orleans, and Indianapolis a year later this fall. Concerts will take place October 18-20 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, October 25-27 at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, and November 1-3 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Gracie Abrams announced as the inaugural all fall 2024 North American dates.
“It turns out that it is NOT the end of an era” Swift wrote on social media. Miami, New Orleans, Indy and Toronto: The Eras Tour comes to you in 2024 with @gracieabrams! Verified fan registration for all shows is now open – visit TaylorSwift.com for more information.”
Swift’s website informs fans that Verified Fan registration for US shows next year is currently open, but only until 4 p.m. this Saturday. Resale tickets for added shows are also available from Vividseats, Stubhub, and Seat crazy.
Swift didn’t say these are deadlines, leaving the door open for possibly more additions to the tour, after an unexpected return to the North American mainland following an existing 2024 itinerary that includes the Europe-wide Eras Tour.
As the public knew earlier this week, the US portion of the Eras Tour was due to wrap up with a six-night engagement kicking off tonight at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium and ending Aug.
From there, Swift will fill the rest of this year with performances across Latin America, albeit at a less steady pace than the concerts that have kept her on the move across America since the opening of her Eras Tour in Arizona on March 17. with guest Sabrina Carpenter in Mexico City on 24-27 August, in Buenos Aires on 9-11 November, in Rio de Janeiro on 17-19 November and in Sao Paulo on 24-26 November.
The tour will continue through 2024 with four shows in Tokyo on February 7-10 and then move on to Sydney, Australia in February and Singapore in March. The European leg of the tour begins in earnest with four nights in Paris on 9-12 May and concludes with the last of six shows scheduled for Wembley Stadium in London on 17 August. Swift has a two-month hiatus on her schedule before resuming in Toronto on November 14.