How much are Taylor Swift tickets for 2023 Eras Tour?

Eve Edwards November 1, 2022
How much are Taylor Swift tickets for 2023 Eras Tour?
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Taylor Swift fans ready your coins as the “All Too Well” singer is going on tour throughout spring and summer 2023 – but how much will tickets be?

Swift is embarking on tour following the release of her tenth studio album, Midnights, which dropped on October 21. One in a string of surprises Swift had lined up for Midnights release, this Eras Tour will be the first time Taylor Swift has been on the road since the Reputation Stadium Tour which took place throughout summer and fall 2018. In that time, Swift has released Lover (2019), Folklore and Evermore (both 2020), and now Midnights. She has also re-released some albums and dropped some old tracks From the Vault. This means there’s plenty of new material to be heard for the first time in this new tour.

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Taylor Swift to go on ‘journey through the musical eras’

On November 1, 2022, Taylor Swift announced her sixth tour to date.

“I’m enchanted to announce my next tour: Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour, a journey through the musical eras of my career (past and present!),” Swift wrote in an announcement post.

Swift added: “The first leg of the tour will be in stadiums across the US, with international dates to be announced as soon as we can!”

Taylor Swift is to be joined by a number of musical guests throughout the tour. Joining Swift are Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, HAIM, Gracie Abrams, MUNA, Girl In Red, Owenn, and GAYLE.

How much are Taylor Swift tickets for 2023 tour?

If you’re hoping to catch Swift on tour, then you might need to shell out a pretty penny. As reported by PEOPLE, tickets will range in price from $49 to $449.

VIP packages for the Eras Tour start at $199 and go up to $899.

SeatGeek reports that the average resale price of a ticket to Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour was $279. This was a significant jump from where her ticket prices started. For Swift’s Fearless tour, resale ticket prices were, on average, $159.

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Tickets go on presale this month

If you’re hoping to secure tickets to Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, then you might want to access the presale tickets before they go on general sale.

Tickets go on sale this Tuesday, November 15 at 10am PST. Presale will be open from Thursday, November 17 at 10pm PST. General sale tickets will then be made available the following morning, on Friday, November 18 at 10am PST.

You can register for the TaylorSwiftTix Presale to get you verified for the artists presale tickets. You need to register before November 9 at 11:59 PM ET to access this presale. There is also a Capital One Exclusive Cardholder Presale for this tour.

You will be able to purchase tickets via Ticketmaster.

All the locations Taylor Swift is heading to on tour

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour kicks off on March 18, 2023 in Glendale, Arizona. She will then be touring over the following five months. Swift’s tour concludes on August 4, 2023 in Los Angeles at the city’s SoFi Stadium.

Here are all of the locations Swift is headed to on her new tour:

  • March 18 – Glendale, State Farm Stadium
  • March 25 – Las Vegas, Allegiant Stadium
  • April 1-2 – Arlington, AT&T Stadium
  • April 15 – Tampa, Raymond James Stadium
  • April 22 – Houston, NRG Stadium
  • April 28-29 – Atlanta, Mercedes Benz Stadium
  • May 6 – Nashville, Nissan Stadium
  • May 12-13 – Philadelphia, Lincoln Financial Field
  • May 19-20 – Foxborough, Gilette Stadium
  • May 26-27 – East Rutherford, MetLife Stadium
  • June 2-3 – Chicago, Soldier Field
  • June 10 – Detroit, Ford Field
  • June 17 – Pittsburgh, Acrisure Stadium
  • June 24 – Minneapolis, US Bank Stadium
  • July 1 – Cincinnati, Paycor Stadium
  • July 8 – Kansas City, GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium
  • July 15 – Denver, Empower Field at Mile High
  • July 22 – Seattle, Lumen Field
  • July 29 – Santa Clara, Levi’s Stadium
  • August 4 – Los Angeles, SoFi Stadium
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Eve Edwards is a staff writer for The Focus who has been with GRV Media since April 2019. Having gained a BA (Hons) in History from the University of Bristol, Eve joined GRV starting out as a writer for Reality Titbit before making her way over to HITC. With a passion for music, TV, and cultural news, Eve eventually found a home at The Focus. Eve spent 2021-2022 freelancing for GRV Media while she completed a Masters in Music Performance, and brings her wide array of interests to the company in her written work. In Eve's spare time you'll find her working her way through the day's Wordle, Heardle, and Quordle, or struggling to complete The Guardian's cryptic crossword.