Taylor Swift will take his Reputation Tour Down Under next year.
The expansion of the pop superstar will make a long trip to Australia and New Zealand for five concerts in the stadium, the first in these parts for three years. Just days after the announcement of nine more dates in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the United States, Live Nation announced on Monday (December 4) that Swift will open its Australia tour on October 19 at the Optus Stadium in Perth, then will head to outdoor venues in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane before crossing the Tasman for a solo show on November 9 at the Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland.
LN will produce and promote the recently added concerts for Swift, who toured Australasia in November and December 2015 in support of their album 1989 . Fans in Perth and Auckland can consider themselves lucky after missing 2015, while Swifties in Adelaide will find no joy in today's announcement.
Tickets for all shows will go on sale on December 15, although TaylorSwift.com subscribers will receive an advance sale to purchase tickets starting December 12.
The sales of these shows should be, well, fast if the graphics performance of the American singer here is a good indicator. The sixth study by Swift Reputation leaned at number 1 on ARIA Albums Chart last month for its fourth leader in this market after 1989 (November 2014), Speak Now (November 2010) and Red (October 2012).
The new album, now certified in platinum (70,000 units), also produced the ARIA Singles Chart No. 1 "Look what you did do".
Taylor Swift 2018 Reputation Tour in Australia and New Zealand
Oct. 19 – Optus Stadium, Perth
oct. 26 – Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
Nov. 2 – ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Nov. 6 – The Gabba, Brisbane
Nov. 9 – Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland