Taylor Swift Eras Tour Details: Dates, Venues, How to Buy Tickets & Prices

We have details on Ticketmaster tickets and presale information for Taylor Swift’ upcoming North American 2023 Eras Tour.

The Anti-Hero and Lavender Haze performer Taylor Swift will tour the country from March to August of the year 2023. Her shows are already scheduled in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Detroit, Chicago, Seattle, and many other cities.


Here is all the information you need regarding Taylor Swift tour

Fans have to register for tickets before they go on sale. She has collaborated with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program and made it easier for her fans.

The timing to register the tickets is from 1st November, Wednesday to 9th November at 11:59 p. m. ET. You will receive a code and access to the presale after registering, the presale begins on Tuesday, November 15 at 10 a.m. local time.

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The ticket prices of Taylor Swift’ shows

The price of VIP packages will be between $199 and $899 and presale tickets will cost between $49 and $449. The presale is also open to those who purchased tickets for Taylor’s Lover Fest tour. They must register using their prior Ticketmaster account.

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift (Credit: Getty Images)

When will general eras tour ticket sales begin?

The general tickets will go into sale on 18th November which is Friday, at 10 a.m. You can buy tickets through Ticketmaster. Once the sale begins, make sure you have all of your tabs open on the website, and keep an eye on their Twitter and Instagram accounts for updates.

Taylor Swift’ ninth studio album Midnights was released two weeks before the announcement of her Eras Tour. Taylor Swift was the first artist to have all 10 of their top hits on the Billboard Hot 100. She made history in the music industry.

Venues and dates of Taylor Swift’ shows

  • Glendale, State Farm Stadium, March 18
  • Las Vegas, Allegiant Stadium, March 25
  • Arlington, AT&T Stadium, April 1-2
  • Tampa, Raymond James Stadium, April 15
  • NRG Stadium in Houston on April 22
  • Atlanta, Mercedes Benz Stadium, April 28-29
  • Nissan Stadium in Nashville on May 6
  • Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field, May 12–13
  • Foxborough, Gilette Stadium, May 19–20
  • East Rutherford, MetLife Stadium, May 26–27
  • Chicago, Soldier Field, June 2-3
  • Detroit, Ford Field, June 10
  • Pittsburgh’s Acrisure Stadium on June 17
  • Minneapolis’ US Bank Stadium on June 24.
  • Cincinnati’s Paycor Stadium on July 1
  • Kansas City, GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on July 8
  • Denver, Empower Field at Mile High, July 15
  • Seattle’s Lumen Field on July 22
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  • Santa Clara, Levi’s Stadium on July 29
  • Los Angeles, SoFi Stadium, August 4

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