Here are the 27 cities where Taylor Swift just announced stadium tour stops

Taylor Swift is back in the global spotlight after the release of her highly-anticipated new album “Reputation” and has one question for her fans, “Are You Ready for It?”.

Swift announced the first 27 dates of her world tour “Reputation”, named after the new album, on Monday morning. It comes on the heels of her appearance on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend where she performed two songs of her latest studio project, “...Ready for It” and a stripped-down acoustic version of “Call It Want You Want”.

The stadium tour focuses on larger venues, mainly NFL stadiums, and kicks off in May.

The “Look What You Made Me Do” singer is excepted to bring back her “1989 World Tour” producer Louis Messina.

Messina is no stranger to finding success with stadium tours as he also works with country superstar Kenny Chesney who is making stops in 17 NFL markets for his 2018 “Trip Around The Sun” tour.

Tickets for Swift’s new tour go on sale to the general public on the singer's birthday, Wednesday, December 13.

Some fans will have a chance to grab tickets early through the new Ticketmaster Verified Fan program.

It will be a test for the new method of buying tickets, which rewards fans for participating in artist activities like engaging with them on social media or buying merchandise.

The program faced some early backlash as some fans saw it as creating an additional expense to get the same tickets. However, ticket promoters insist it is a new layer of screening to keep the tickets in the hands of actual fans and away from scalpers.

More tour dates, including international stops in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, are expected to be announced at a later time.

Reputation World Tour Dates: 

May 8    Glendale, AZ     University of Phoenix Stadium
May 12    Santa Clara, CA    Levi’s Stadium 
May 19    Pasadena, CA     Rose Bowl 
May 22    Seattle, WA    CenturyLink Field 
May 25    Denver, CO    Sports Authority Field At Mile High
June 2    Chicago, IL    Soldier Field 
June 30    Louisville, KY    Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium
July 7     Columbus, OH     Ohio Stadium
July 10    Washington, DC    FedEx Field
July 14    Philadelphia, PA    Lincoln Financial Field
July 17    Cleveland, OH    First Energy Stadium
July 21    East Rutherford, NJ    MetLife Stadium 
July 28    Foxborough, MA    Gillette Stadium
Aug 4    Toronto, ON    Rogers Centre
Aug 7    Pittsburgh, PA    Heinz Field
Aug 11    Atlanta, GA    Mercedes-Benz Stadium  
Aug 14    Tampa, FL    Raymond James Stadium
Aug 18    Miami, FL    Hard Rock Stadium
Aug 25    Nashville, TN     Nissan Stadium 
Aug 28    Detroit, MI    Ford Field
Sep 1    Minneapolis, MN    U.S. Bank Stadium
Sep 8    Kansas City, MO    Arrowhead Stadium
Sep 15    Indianapolis, IN    Lucas Oil Stadium 
Sep 18    St. Louis, MO    The Dome at America’s Center
Sep 22    New Orleans, LA    Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Sep 29    Houston, TX    NRG Stadium
Oct 6    Arlington, TX    AT&T Stadium

 

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