Taylor Swift Announces First Tour In Two Years

Taylor Swift, Reputation Tour

Ready for it or not, Taylor Swift has just announced her first tour in two years. The pop star dropped her highly anticipated sixth studio album Reputation on Friday and is already following it up with a tour announcement.

The 27-date tour will kick off on May 8 in Arizona and include one Canadian date in Toronto on August 4 at the Rogers Centre. The North American leg of the tour will conclude on October 6 in Texas, with Swift’s website promising additional tour dates for the U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand still to come.

Tickets for the stadium tour will go on sale on Swift’s 28th birthday on December 13, with fans able to increase their chances at scoring tickets by joining Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan Initiative now through November 28 by purchasing Swift’s new album and merchandise.

No word on whether the upcoming Reputation Tour will feature celeb cameos on stage in every city like Swift’s 1989 Tour, but considering the outpouring of famous support for Reputation, we could definitely see it happening.

In addition to the tour announcement, Swift also released the second instalment of her Making of a Song special on DirectTV. In the new video, Swift is in the studio with producer Jack Antonoff as the two record “Call It What You Want,” a love ballad Swift performed during her appearance this past weekend as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live. It looks like the singer was seriously about having boyfriend Joe Alwyn’s initials on a chain ‘round her neck (chain ‘round her neck).

Check out the cute video below as well as the full list of tour dates for the upcoming Reputation Tour.

May 8 – University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona
May 12 – Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California
May 19 – Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California
May 22 – CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington
May 25 – Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado
June 2 – Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois
June 30 – Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky
July 7 – Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio
July 10 – FedEx Field in Washington, D.C.
July 14 – Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 17 – First Energy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio
July 21 – MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey
July 28 – Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts
August 4 – Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario
August 7 – Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
August 11 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia
August 14 – Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida
August 18 – Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida
August 25 – Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee
August 28 – Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan
September 1 – U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota
September 8 – Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri
September 15 – Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana
September 18 – The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri
September 22 – Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana
September 29 – NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas
October 6 – AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas