Taylor Swift Announces 2nd Denver Stadium Concert: Tour Includes 17 Stadium!

Taylor Swift Announces 2nd Denver Stadium Concert
Taylor Swift Announces 2nd Denver Stadium Concert

By 2023’s conclusion, Taylor Swift’s tour might be the most profitable in music history. The singer-songwriter has scheduled a second show in Denver on his “The Eras Tour” next summer, along with 17 additional shows throughout the country.

Taylor Swift Announces 2nd Denver Stadium Concert!

Swift revealed on Friday that she will perform on July 14 at Denver’s Empower Field at Mile High. Swift previously confirmed another Denver performance for Saturday, July 15. In Colorado, Gracie Abrams and Muna will support Swift on stage.

All presale ticket registrations will be processed through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan service. On Tuesday, November 15, we’ll begin our verified fan pre-sale.

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Swift’s “Reputation” stadium tour last stopped at Empower Field at Mile High in 2018.

Swift announced her upcoming tour, titled Taylor Swift | The Periods Tour, on social media, writing, “I’m excited to announce my new tour: a trip through the musical eras of my career (past & present!) We’ll be playing in stadiums all over the United States for the first leg of the tour, and we’ll announce overseas dates as soon as we can.

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The “Eras Tour” will begin in March in Arizona and play stadiums around the country until August. Paramore, Beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, Girl in Red, Muna, HAIM, Gayle, Gracie Adams, and Owenn are among the tour’s opening artists.

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