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Taylor Swift is about to go back on tour: Here’s what to expect on the Eras Tour in Paris

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Taylor Swift is about to go back on tour: Here's what to expect on the Eras Tour in Paris

 

Swift kicks off the European leg of her tour on Thursday, May 9, in Paris. She will perform Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, as well, in the City of Light.

 

Taylor Swift is about to go back on tour: Here's what to expect on the Eras Tour in Paris

There are 69 shows left in the Eras Tour: 51 in Europe, nine in America and nine in Canada. The European leg stretches from May all the way through a five-night stand at Wembley Stadium in London in mid-August. See a complete list of international dates here. After she wraps up in Europe, Swift will stop in Miami, New Orleans and Indianapolis before wrapping up in Canada.

See the remaining U.S. dates here. The Eras Tour has featured a massive 45-song set list you can check out here. But speculation is swirling it won’t look the same when Swift takes the stage in Paris. The tortured poet has been on hiatus keeping her stamina up by releasing a double album of 31 tracks. The 2-hours-and-2-minutes project broke a number of Billboard records as the superstar did zero press to promote it. Fans flocked to stores and streaming services to listen to all the songs from “Fortnight” to “The Manuscript.”

Although the singer has not confirmed whether her 11th era album will be added to her Eras Tour set list, she did post a YouTube shorts video with two scenes that sent Easter egg decoders into a frenzy. In one of the shots, the singer is next to a railing where a “TTPD” logo appears to be (at 0:11). In the succeeding shot, her back-up dancers perform holding canes and wearing top hats, something they have not worn previously.

Swift’s dancers and bandmates posted to their Instagram stories as they left for France last week. The singer did not appear at two media events with her boyfriend Travis Kelce: the Kentucky Derby and a Formula 1 race in Miami, Florida. Patrick Mahomes, Kelce’s friend and Kansas City’s quarterback, attended the car racing spectacular with his wife, Brittany.

Swift’s show is completely sold out in Europe and North America. There are resale sites with tickets, but be wary of scams. The best way to avoid getting swindled is continuously checking links on Swift’s website. There are some for resale on the sites verified by her camp.
Singapore was a hotbed for fans who traveled thousands of miles only to get turned away at the venue. In Tokyo and Australia, last-minute ticket drops happened a few days — without announcement — ahead of the shows.

Miami, New Orleans and Indianapolis — the three U.S. cities Swift is visiting in the fall — have some of the heftiest price tags with Canada closely behind. In may be cheaper to travel to Warsaw, Poland, or Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Here’s a list of cities with the cheapest resale tickets, according to travel website Islands.com.

10. Vienna, Austria — total average cost: $1,089, safety score: 69.72

9. Cardiff, U.K. — total average cost: $1,061, safety score: 61.83

8. Lyon, France — total average cost: $1,047, safety score: 44.3

7. Lisbon, Portugal — total average cost: $1,028, safety score: 70.15

6. Munich, Germany — total average cost: $1,000, safety score: 78.88
5. Paris, France — total average cost: $971, safety score: 41.83

4. Stockholm, Sweden — total average cost: $935, safety score: 53.86

3. Hamburg, Germany — total average cost: $903, safety score: 57.51

2. Gelsenkirchen, Germany — total average cost: $749, safety score: 51.33

1. Warsaw, Poland — total average cost: $712, safety score: 72.98

Catch Taylor Swift live with tickets atVivid Seats, shopmerchandise, and stream her latest on Disney+. Purchases you make through our links may earn us and our publishing partners a commission. The Eras Tour is one of the first tours that has been followed, globally, by thousands of fans on digital platforms. Fans dedicate part of their concert experience to livestreaming as Swift performs. A few Swifties have learned how to host their own shows over social media including Tess Bohne, known as the livestream queen. Bohne goes live for (almost) every show pulling streams from Instagram and TikTok.

When a livestream goes down, she fills the time with banter. On YouTube, user @TaylorSwiftHockeyBro also livestreams the three-hour show, and on Twitch, @folkleric, is a host fans follow. There is also an app, Swift Alert, that notifies fans who only want to watch certain eras like the acoustic, surprise set. The app sends out push alerts if there are any major announcements.

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