In the summer of 2024, Taylor Swift will tour the UK and Europe with her Eras tour


Taylor Swift’s Eras tour will be coming to the UK and Europe in the summer of 2024. The time will kick off on May 9, 2024, in Paris, France, and stops in Stockholm, Madrid, Lisbon, Lyon, and more. The tour will also include nine UK dates: Edinburgh, Liverpool, Cardiff, and London.

The UK and European tour tickets will be available for purchase on July 15, 2023. If you’re a fan of Taylor Swift, be sure to mark your calendars!

Here are the UK and European tour dates for Taylor Swift’s Eras tour:


  • May 9 – Paris, France – Stade de France
  •  May 12 – Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 Arena
  •  May 14 – Madrid, Spain – Wanda Metropolitano
  •  May 17 – Lisbon, Portugal – Estádio do Restelo
  •  May 20 – Lyon, France – Groupama Stadium


  • June 2 – Edinburgh, Scotland – Murrayfield Stadium
  •  June 5 – Liverpool, England – Anfield Stadium
  •  June 8 – Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium
  •  June 11 – London, England – Wembley Stadium

I hope you can make it to one of the shows!

The tour encompasses 26 stadium dates, beginning May 9, 2024, in Paris, followed by gigs in Stockholm, Madrid, Lisbon and Lyon.

The UK leg begins on June 7 with two dates in Edinburgh, two in Liverpool, one in Cardiff, and two in London’s Wembley Stadium.

Dublin, Amsterdam, Zurich, Milan, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Munich, Warsaw and Vienna follow, with two further Wembley Stadium dates closing the tour on 16 and 17 August. Registration for tickets is now open.

Eras is Swift’s first world tour since 2018, when she has released four new studio albums. After 2019’s lovestruck pop album Lover, she spent the years when touring plans were disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic writing and recording a pair of more intimate, folksy records: Folklore and Evermore, both released in 2020. Midnights followed in 2022 and turned back towards pop, with songs rendered in pulsating synth-focused productions.

Some who qualify are those incentivised to buy Midnights from Swift’s store, which ensured they had future access to the tour pre-sale – the tactic helped Midnights become the fastest-selling album of 2022, beating Arctic Monkeys to No 1 in a fierce chart battle.

In a five-star review of the tour’s opening night in Glendale, Arizona, on March 17, the Guardian’s Adrian Horton described it as “indisputably epic … in the sheer scope of songs and devotion to lyrics, no artist can match her”. Regarding Swift’s notoriously passionate fans, she wrote: “Such intensity, courted by Swift with notorious Easter egging and rewarding, can be eye-roll-inducing. But it is rapturous when viewed inside the Swiftieverse, in a loud stadium she comfortably commanded for over three hours.”

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