New Dates for Taylor Swift’s ‘The Eras Tour’: Mexico & South America

7th June 2023 | Category: Concerts

Taylor Swift is taking her The Eras Tour outside of the USA, much to the delight of non-US Swifties. Just recently, the “All Too Well” songstress announced 9 more international shows that would complement her viral The Eras Tour.

The international dates include three shows in Mexico, three in Brazil, and three in Argentina. If you want to learn more about the tour, as well as get information as to where to purchase the tickets, just keep reading!

The Eras Tour Context

The Eras Tour is the sixth international tour for Taylor Swift, and the first one since the Reputation Stadium Tour in 2018. The COVID-19 outbreak clearly put a damper on concerts and tours, but Swift was far from being lazy.

The 33-year-old singer-songwriter released two surprise albums, Folklore and Evermore, within the span of a year, and delighted her fandom with another album called Midnights last year. And if three brand-new albums were not enough, she also re-recorded her two older albums Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Red (Taylor’s Version).  Therefore, there is more than enough to celebrate and promote.

A year before the pandemic was also the year she released Lover, another album that did not get its much-deserved time under the spotlight via headliner tours. The Lover Fest tour had to be cancelled due to the pandemic, so Swifties have been waiting for a spectacle for quite some time.

As she was unable to go on tour and properly promote her new (and old-new) albums in the past few years, she has opted to make an amalgamation of her greatest hits from all her eras – which is how we’ve gotten the very title The Eras Tour.

Another quite interesting fact about this tour is that it garnered so much attention that it crashed the Ticketmaster on the very first day.

That’s right, folks – Ticketmaster crashed on the first official presale day when over 3.5 million visitors tried to access the website and obtain their tickets for the Taylor Swift 3-hour spectacle. And that was when only the dates for US shows were known!

About the Tour

Each concert show lasts for over three hours, with a set list of approximately 44 songs. However, the imaginative genius of Taylor Swift created a real show out of to highlight all of her albums. That is why the show is split into 10 sections, each representing an era of Swift’s music career (or album). All acts conceptually represent albums, with unique choreographies, costumes, and visual imagery.

The tour officially began in Glendale, Arizona, on March 17th, 2023.At first, Swift announced 46 concerts in the USA, set to happen between March 17th and August 9th. Her guests and opening acts on tour include a variety of performers, including HAIM, Gayle, Gracie Abrams, OWENN, MUNA, and girl in red. Sabrina Carpenter is set to be her opening act in Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina.

At the moment, the plan is to close the US leg of the tour in Los Angeles in the SOFI Stadium on August 9th.

International Dates So Far

In early June, it was officially announced that Taylor Swift plans to extend her Eras Tour outside the USA via international set dates for Mexico and South America.

Here are the new dates and locations for the new international shows:

  • AUG 24 Mexico City, Mexico (guest Sabrina Carpenter)
  • AUG 25Mexico City, Mexico (guest Sabrina Carpenter)
  • AUG 26Mexico City, Mexico (guest Sabrina Carpenter)
  • NOV 9Buenos Aires, Argentina (guest Sabrina Carpenter)
  • NOV 10Buenos Aires, Argentina (guest Sabrina Carpenter)
  • NOV 11Buenos Aires, Argentina (guest Sabrina Carpenter)
  • NOV 18Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (guest Sabrina Carpenter)
  • NOV 25São Paulo, Brazil (guest Sabrina Carpenter)
  • NOV 26São Paulo, Brazil (guest Sabrina Carpenter)

You can see the details for every show and purchase all tickets for The Eras Tour right HERE.

It is not yet known whether she would add new shows between August and November. However, the official website states that additional international dates for upcoming Eras concerts are yet to be announced, which means Swift is not done touring in celebration of her previous albums.

But stay tuned! We will keep you posted and update our information as soon as more international concert shows are announced. For more interesting concerts and shows that you can enjoy this summer in your country, please check out our full event list.

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