Taylor Swift is going to Australia for real this time! Are you all set?
The award-winning artist has officially released dates for her The Eras Tour in Australia. She will be performing in Melbourne and Sydney as part of her international tour that will take her to North America, Europe, and Asia.
Taylor announced last year that she would be taking her music on the road with a quick 52-stop tour of North America. The tour would include songs from her first album to her most recent release, Midnights.
Taylor has announced that she will be going on an international tour soon, with dates set for those of us in Australia. This comes after a successful time in the United States. Find out how to get tickets and everything else you need to know by scrolling down.
Is Taylor Swift coming to Australia?
In 2023, Taylor Swift announced her foreign tour dates. Fans in Australia were thrilled to see that Australia was on the list.
Taylor Swift’s Aussie tour dates:
- 16/02/2024 Melbourne, MCG
- 17/02/2024 Melbourne, MCG
- 18/02/2024 Melbourne, MCG (NEW!)
- 23/02/2024 Sydney, Accor Stadium
- 24/02/2024 Sydney, Accor Stadium
- 25/02/2024 Sydney, Accor Stadium
- 26/02/2024 Sydney, Accor Stadium (NEW!)
How much will tickets cost for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour?
- A Reserve – $379.90
- B Reserve – $309.90
- C Reserve – $239.90
- D Reserve – $199.90
- E Reserve – $159.90
- F Reserve – $119.90
- G Reserve – $79.90
Which Australian Cities Will Taylor Swift Visit?
Get ready, because there’s some bad news about Taylor’s planned tour of Australia.
As of 2023, “sources” told The Courier Mail that Taylor will only be playing in Sydney and Melbourne.
The pop star would not be going to Brisbane, Perth, or Adelaide, according to the sources. This is because of “time constraints and travel costs.”
It looks like the news was true!
Missed out on Taylor Swift tickets? Here are your next steps
A lot of Swift fans missed out because the general sale was sold out and two different presale events are over. We promise it has nothing to do with you! It turned out that the waiting room at Ticketek didn’t line people up in order.
Adrian Digiacoma, a representative for Ticketek, told PEDESTRIAN.TV, “Everyone in the Ticketek lounge has an equal chance to get into the site, no matter when they arrived.”
This is why some people only had to wait 20 minutes for tickets and others who got there early never made it through.
Luckily for Swift fans who missed out, Ticketek did offer another batch of partially blocked side view tickets during a short sale on November 10. However, all of these tickets have now been allocated.
There’s still time to buy if you missed the flash deal! Ticketek finally said that they would be letting fans resell tickets for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour on Ticketek Marketplace. This is great news for everyone.
Fans of Taylor Swift who still don’t have tickets can buy verified resale tickets from other fans who bought their Eras Tour tickets through Ticketek during the previous general sales and now want to sell their ticket. The sale began at 10 a.m. AEDT on Friday, November 24th.