Taylor Swift: She's celebrating her tour comeback after five years

Taylor Swift (32) is currently celebrating great success with her album "Midnights".

Taylor Swift: She's celebrating her tour comeback after five years

Taylor Swift (32) is currently celebrating great success with her album "Midnights". Now she has announced another good news to her fans: she is going on tour again. The US singer announced this on Instagram, among other things. "I'm excited to announce my next tour: 'Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour', a journey through the musical stages of my career (past and present!)," she wrote in the post.

The first leg of the tour for 2023 will take place in stadiums in the United States, with international dates "being announced as soon as possible," it said. Swift also feels like the happiest person in the world because she's allowed to take "brilliant artists" on tour. Supporting acts include Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, Muna, Haim, Gayle, Gracie Abrams and Owenn.

The tour begins March 18 in Glendale, Arizona, and will run through August 5, when the singer will conclude the series with a second concert at Los Angeles' SoFi Stadium. Swift's US tour will include stops in Las Vegas, Arlington, Tampa, Houston, Atlanta, Nashville, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, Cincinnati and Seattle.

Taylor Swift has made an absolute dream start with "Midnights". With her new album she has set a record that can be described as historic. So far, no artist has managed to occupy the entire top ten of the "Billboard Hot 100" charts in one week at the same time. Songs by the singer are currently in all ranks. Previously, Swift had set a new Spotify record, among other things. Never before had an album been streamed so frequently on the music streaming service in just one day.

She was last seen live on her "Reputation Stadium" tour in 2018, with a total of 53 concert appearances. She finally had to cancel her "Lover Fest" tour in February 2021. It was originally planned for the summer of 2020, but was initially put on hold due to the corona pandemic, while the two dates in the USA were postponed to 2021. The concerts planned for summer 2021 were then canceled without replacement.

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