Missed out on the Eras Concert? Taylor Swift Just Announced More Australian Tickets

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Taylor Swift is officially coming to Australia! Are you ready for it?

The award-winning artist is officially arriving on Aussie shores this week for The Eras Tour – hitting up Melbourne and Sydney as part of her international tour that includes dates across North America, Europe and Asia. 

WATCH: Taylor Swift performs All Too Well on SNL

Last year, Taylor confirmed she would be taking her music on the road with a whirlwind 52-stop tour of North America – featuring tracks from her debut album all the way to her latest release, Midnights.

After an impressive stint in America, Taylor has confirmed she’ll be heading off on an international tour soon – with dates confirmed for those of us down under. Scroll through for everything you need to know, including how to get your hands on tickets. 

Taylor Swift is hitting the road. (Credit: Getty)

Is Taylor Swift coming to Australia?

In 2023 Taylor Swift announced her international dates and Aussie fans were delighted to learn Australia was on the list!

Taylor Swift’s Aussie tour dates: 

  • 16/02/2024 Melbourne, MCG
  • 17/02/2024 Melbourne, MCG
  • 18/02/2024 Melbourne, MCG (NEW!)
  • 23/02/2024 Sydney, Accor Stadium 
  • 24/02/2024 Sydney, Accor Stadium 
  • 25/02/2024 Sydney, Accor Stadium 
  • 26/02/2024 Sydney, Accor Stadium (NEW!)
The Eras Tour is in the works. (Credit: Instagram)

How much will tickets cost for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour? 

  • A Reserve – $379.90
  • B Reserve – $309.90
  • C Reserve – $239.90
  • D Reserve – $199.90
  • E Reserve – $159.90
  • F Reserve – $119.90
  • G Reserve – $79.90
There is a strict limit of four (4) tickets per customer on this event.

Which Australian Cities Will Taylor Swift Visit? 

Brace yourselves – one bit of news about Taylor’s upcoming Aussie tour isn’t the greatest. 

In 2023 The Courier Mail reported that “sources” say Taylor will only be performing in Sydney and Melbourne. 

The sources revealed that the popstar would be skipping Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide because of “time constraints and travel costs.” 

And it looks like the news was true!

Taylor Swift performs in Brisbane in 2018. (Credit: Getty)

Missed out on Taylor Swift tickets? Here are your next steps 

With two separate presale events now finished and the general sale sold out – it’s safe to say many Swifties missed out. And it’s nothing to do with you, we promise! Turns out Ticketek’s waiting lounge didn’t queue fans chronologically. 

“Everyone in the Ticketek lounge has an equal opportunity to get into the site regardless of when they have arrived,” Adrian Digiacoma, a representative at Ticketek told PEDESTRIAN.TV. 

This explains why some people only waited 20 minutes for tickets, whilst others who jumped on early never got through. 

Fortunately for Swifties that missed out, Ticketek has released one last saving grace, with a new batch of partially obstructed side view tickets going on sale from 2:00 pm on Tuesday, February 13. 

Ticket prices will start at $65.90 for H Reserve and will go up to $379.90 for A Reserve, with a strict limit of four tickets per customer. The resale also includes access to a variety of last-minute VIP packages and hotel and ticket packages, so be sure to join the queue here for your final chance to secure Eras Tour tickets!

If you missed out on the final flash sale, there’s still hope! In good news to literally everyone, Ticketek has opened their fan-to-fan resale for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour on Ticketek Marketplace. 

The sale, which kicked off at 10 a.m. AEDT on Friday, November 24th, will give Swifties who still haven’t got their hands on tickets the opportunity to purchase verified resale tickets from other fans who have purchased their Eras Tour tickets through Ticketek during the prior general sales and now wish to sell their ticket. 

You can purchase your Eras Tour resale tickets here. 

Taylor released four new songs and a sneak peek at The Eras Tour. (Credit: Instagram)

Do you need to bring a clear bag to the Eras Tour? 

As Taylor’s Aussie tour dates inch closer and closer, Frontier Touring has announced a few important details to ensure all fans have a great time. 

Gates will open at 4:40 pm and there is no reason to arrive earlier since all seating will be allocated. The Show will start at 6:20 pm.

You do not need a clear bag. Just make sure your bag is no larger than A4 in size. 

Download your ticket on the Ticketek app and do not bring iPads, GoPros, tripods, selfie sticks or drones. 

Friendship bracelets are allowed but must be worn on patrons’ arms. Signs must be smaller than 28cm-45cm. 

More information can be found here

Did Taylor release new music ahead of her Eras Tour?

Yes! On March 17, Taylor released four new tracks ahead of the start of her tour.

Tay took to Instagram to announce the release of four new singles, including Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version)Safe & Sound (Taylor’s Version)If This Was a Movie (Taylor’s Version) and All Of the Girls You’ve Loved Before. 

Read our full update about her new music – and listen to the tracks! – here

During her appearance at the Grammys in February 2024, Taylor surprised everyone, announcing a brand new album titled The Tortured Poets Department, which is set to be released on April 19. 

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Who is Taylor Swift’s support act?

Joining the pop star, at least for the US leg, will be: Paramore, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, MUNA, HAIM, beabadoobee, Gracie Abrams, GAYLE and OWENN.

Eras will mark Taylor’s first tour in five years, following her 2018 Reputation concert. That year’s highest-grossing music tour by a female artist saw the Getaway Car songstress joined by Charli XCX, Camila Cabello and more.

In Australia, Taylor will be supported by Sabrina Carpenter. 

When was Taylor’s last tour?

Taylor was meant to tour again in 2020 with Loverfest, but her plans were thwarted by COVID-19.

“This is an unprecedented pandemic that has changed everyone’s plans and no one knows what the touring landscape is going to look like in the near future,” she said in 2021.

Since 2018 – and the Reputation tour – Taylor has built her discography substantially, releasing four new albums and two re-releases.

New music includes the albums: Lover, Folklore, Evermore and, most recently, Midnights, while the re-releases include Taylor’s Versions of the old records Fearless and Red.

The re-releases also included a slew of previously unheard ‘From The Vault’ tracks, meaning that the 33-year-old has dropped a total of 90 new songs, not including collaborations with HAIM, Big Red Machine, etc.

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