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Taylor Swift Eras tour in London 2024: everything we know so far

Taylor Swift Eras tour in London 2024: everything we know so far

Londoners arise: Taylor Swift is finally returning to the capital after what will be a six-year hiatus. While the first portion of the pop star’s Eras tour did not reach overseas, Taylor Swift has since released international dates and is coming to Wembley Stadium in the summer of 2024, supported by pop punk icons Paramore. 

Social media has provided UK Swifties with a few glimpses of what to expect from the shows, which last a whopping three hours, feature TayTay’s biggest hits of her career, a couple of surprise songs and some truly epic stage production. Sadly, July turned into a ‘Cruel Summer’ for many fans who failed to secure tickets for her British dates. But today (November 14) the star has announced two new shows at Wembley Stadium so thousands of the disappointed fans may still be in with a chance. Here’s what you need to know. 

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Taylor Swift London tour dates as new shows added

The new Wembley Stadium dates are August 19 and August 20. Tickets can’t be accessed by just anyone though — they will only be available to a limited number of fans who registered for London shows earlier this year.

If you’re one of the Lucky Ones (Taylor’s Version), you should receive an email from today (November 14), with sales for August 19 going live at 2pm and for August 20 going live at the same time on November 15. Obviously demand will still be super high, so getting an email does not guarantee you tickets. You’ll still have to approach the whole thing with some strategic planning so we definitely recommend checking out our top tips for securing Taylor tickets

When is Taylor Swift’s Eras tour coming to London? 

Get ready! Taylor Swift has recently announced her international arena show dates for summer 2024. These include eight London dates: June 21, June 22, June 23, August 16, August 17, August 19 and August 20. 

How can I get tickets to the London shows and how much do they cost?

All London tickets for the initial dates went on sale Tuesday July 18 at 2pm. Fans were able to register until June 22 at 11:59 pm. Registration will have provided you with a unique code, which is meant to help you nab tickets at given dates and times. Having registered will hopefully secure you a ticket, but does not guarantee one. 

Tickets for the new dates are being release 2pm today (November 14) and tomorrow (November 15). 

Tickets ranged in price from around £59 (for partial or obstructed view tickets) to £110 for general admission standing. Front standing was priced at about £172, while seated tickets went up to £194. 

If you’re after VIP packages, the prices apparently went all the way up to £662.40. And that’s per person. Damn. 

Any news on the setlist? 

The concert, as previously seen in the States, is a whopping 44 songs long, all taken from her 10 albums representing the ‘eras’ of her music career. The tracks include the likes of ‘Cruel Summer’, ‘The Man’, ‘You Belong With Me’, ‘Love Story’, ‘champagne problems’, ‘22’, ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’, ‘All Too Well’, ‘betty’, ‘Shake It Off’, ‘Lavender Haze’, ‘Anti-Hero’, ‘Karma’ and 31 other bangers. 

Where else is Taylor Swift playing in the UK as part of the 2024 Eras tour? 

She is also performing in Edinburgh, Liverpool and Cardiff throughout July. You can find out everything about the rest of the UK part of Taylor Swift’s Eras tour right here.

Good luck! 

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