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How to get tickets for Taylor Swift’s 2023 UK tour

This is not a drill: Tay is finally coming back to our shores

Written by
Faima Bakar

Swifties have been waiting what feels like a lifetime (five years) for the singer to tour the UK. Finally, it looks like the time has come.

The US leg of Taylor Swift’s ‘The Eras Tour’ has now been announced, including the support acts: Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, MUNA, HAIM, GAYLE, Gracie Abrams and OWENN.

Pre-sale for the US tour crashed the Ticketmaster website due to ‘historically unprecedented demand’, while general public sale, planned for November 18, has been cancelled due to ‘insufficient ticket inventory’ to meet ‘extraordinarily high demands’.

UK tour dates are yet to be confirmed, but Taylor Swift’s official Twitter account advised that ‘international dates [are] to be announced as soon as we can’.

Some eager-eyed fans noticed that the singer had booked US dates for the last weekend in June, which could mean that her headlining Glastonbury is less of possibility than was previously speculated. 

Her official fan page previously teased a forthcoming UK tour, so we know it’s definitely on the way.

A tweet read: ‘UK fans, we’d head to the store now if we were you,’ linking to the Taylor Swift websiteFans were able to sign up for presale tickets to ‘forthcoming and yet to be announced’ shows by pre-ordering her new album. 

Unfortunately, if you missed out on pre-ordering the album, you’ll have to wait for general sale to be in with a chance of grabbing tickets. 

We’ll update this page with more information when it is announced. 

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