Next week, the U.S. will witness the return of Taylor Swift Eras Tour. She will be bringing her stadium shows to the United States and Canada in October and November 2024. On Thursday morning, Swift announced 15 additional shows in four North American cities. These concerts will include six shows in Toronto, Ontario at the Rogers Centre, which will be the concluding dates of the Eras Tour in November 2024.
Before that, there will be three shows each in Miami, New Orleans, and Indianapolis, scheduled a year from this fall. The concerts will take place at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium on October 18-20, New Orleans’ Caesars Superdome on October 25-27, and Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium on November 1-3.
Gracie Abrams has been revealed as the opening act for all the North American dates during the fall of 2024.
Taylor Swift Eras Tour Dates for U.S. and Canada 2024
“Guess what? It’s NOT the end of an era,” Swift posted on social media. “We’re taking the Eras Tour to Miami, New Orleans, Indy, and Toronto in 2024 with @gracieabrams! If you want to attend any of the shows, register as a Verified Fan now at TaylorSwift.com.”
At Swift’s website, fans are told that Verified Fan registration for the U.S. shows next year is now open, but only until this Saturday at 5 p.m. ET/2 PT. Resale tickets for the additional shows will also be available on sites like Vividseats, StubHub, and Seatgeek.
Notably, Swift didn’t confirm these as the final dates, leaving the possibility of more tour dates open. After the European leg of the tour in 2024, the tour will return to North America.
Until earlier this week, the U.S. part of the Eras Tour was scheduled to end with a six-night engagement at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium, starting tonight and ending on Aug. 9.
After that, Swift will continue with shows in Latin America, but at a slower pace than her U.S. concerts. Her performances in Mexico City will be from Aug. 24-27, in Buenos Aires from Nov. 9-11, in Rio de Janeiro from Nov. 17-19, and in Sao Paulo from Nov. 24-26.
The tour resumes in 2024 with four shows in Tokyo from Feb. 7-10, followed by shows in Sydney, Australia later in February and Singapore in March. The European leg of the tour starts with four nights in Paris from May 9-12, and it wraps up on Aug. 17 with the last of six shows at London’s Wembley Stadium. Afterward, Swift has a two-month break before resuming the tour in Toronto on Nov. 14.