Taylor Swift FINALLY announces UK and European dates of Eras Tour – but skips Manchester

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 20th June 2023

Taylor Swift has finally confirmed dates on her Eras Tour across Europe, including several shows here in the UK.

The superstar has been selling out stadiums across the USA all summer, leaving fans here on home turf desperate for tour dates.

Gigs on The Eras Tour so far have been 44-song, three-hour marathons of a live show, powering through Taylor Swift’s lengthy back catalogue of pop hits.

The 12-time Grammy Award-winner has a whopping 10 studio albums to her name, which dictate the ‘eras’ of the tour.

From the bubblegum pink of Lover to the whimsical forest of Folklore, it’s a massive production that’s had the internet in a spin.


And now, finally, Taylor Swift has announced some dates here in the UK and elsewhere in Europe.

Sadly, she’ll be skipping Manchester – but there are plenty of shows nearby that you can try and get tickets for.


Fans will need to register to buy tickets, with all shows likely to sell out in rapid time.

There are already huge virtual queues to even register for Taylor Swift’s UK tour dates.

Posting on Instagram, she wrote: “EXCUSE ME HI I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY.


“I can’t wait to see so many of you on The Eras Tour next year at these new international dates!

“Visit for more information on your registrations, pre-sales and on-sales!!”

Taylor Swift 2024 UK and Europe tour dates in full

9 May – Paris La Défense Arena
10 May – Paris La Défense Arena
17 May – Friends Arena, Stockholm
24 May – Estádio Da Luz, Lisbon
30 May – Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
2 June – Groupama Stadium, Lyon
7 June – BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
8 June – BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
14 June – Anfield Stadium, Liverpool
15 June – Anfield Stadium, Liverpool
18 June – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
21 June – Wembley Stadium, London
22 June – Wembley Stadium, London
28 June – Aviva Stadium, Dublin
29 June – Aviva Stadium, Dublin
5 July – Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam
6 July – Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam
9 July – Stadion Letzigrund Zürich
13 July – San Siro Stadium, Milan
18 July – Veltins-arena, Gelsenkirchen
23 July – Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
27 July – Olympiastadion, Munich
2 August – Pge Narodowy, Warsaw
9 August – Ernst-happel-stadion, Vienna
16 August – Wembley Stadium, London
17 August – Wembley Stadium, London

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