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7 Reasons You Shouldn’t Have Missed Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Stops in Houston


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Taylor Swift’s record breaking “Era’s Tour” rolled through Houston’s NRG Stadium this weekend for three sold-out performances for over 200,000 fans total.

With support from singers Gracie Abrams and beabadoobee, Swift delivered a career spanning show complete with 44 songs, multiple costume changes, top-notch production and a 3-hour and 15 minute headlining set that Houston will never forget.

As if you should ever need more reasons to see Taylor Swift in concert, an artist who has cemented her status as one of the top performers in music for over a decade, we have compiled our top reasons why you shouldn’t have missed Taylor Swift’s sold-out weekend at the NRG Stadium this weekend.

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Sold-Out Environment

The sold-out NRG Stadium created an electric atmosphere with anticipation building up as a countdown clock appeared until the lights cut off and the show began. The 70,000 screaming fans never tired, as everyone danced and sang along throughout all 9 eras, 44 songs and 195 minutes.

A Strong Opening

The concert also featured talented opening acts, providing a crystal ball into the next decade of pop. Singer-songwriters Gracie Abrams and beabadoobee warmed up the crowd with their supporting performances. Both artists are big emerging names in pop and if their star wasn’t already on the rise, their performances in support of Taylor Swift will certainly do the trick.

The Lover Era

Friday night’s headlining performance opened with Swift appearing mid-stage, surrounded by dancers wielding giant fan-like structures, and featured stand-out tracks from Swift’s 2019 LP “Lover”, like “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince”, “Cruel Summer”, “The Man”, “Lover” and more. “Lover” was a perfect album to get the night started on the right foot, the first of four albums that Swift had yet to tour until The Eras Tour.

Houston Ties

Swift took time in her set to share her Houston ties for the Texas crowd. Taylor mentioned that Houston is her mother’s hometown. Swift herself was born in Pennsylvania but has called Nashville home since she turned 14.


44 Tracks

Each night was a 44-song extravaganza. The Eras Tour is a 44-song production that only artists like Bruce Springsteen can rival, the only difference being is that Taylor has to memorize the choreography throughout the lion’s share of the tracks, making the feat especially impressive.


With The Eras Tour’s Houston visit, Taylor Swift is the first artist to sell out three shows at NRG Stadium on the same tour, yet it was still one of the hardest tickets to get. If Swift didn’t have to bless other cities with her performances, one could wonder how many more shows Taylor could have sold.

A Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience that should not have been missed. Her stage presence and tour’s production is unmatched. She performs a career’s worth of hits while also showing extra love to her last 4 albums, all of which were performed for the first time on The Eras Tour. Each Era felt like it’s own performance, giving fans their money’s worth throughout the night. From the 1989 Era with some of Swift’s biggest commercial hits, to the Midnights Era that closed out the show with Swift’s latest singles, everyone in attendance left the stadium blown away from what Taylor Swift was able to deliver.


Photos: Taylor Swift’s Epic Night One Performance at NRG Stadium in Houston


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Taylor Swift electrified the crowd at the NRG Stadium in Houston, TX on Friday night, with her captivating voice, stunning performances, and unforgettable hits. The night marked the first of three sold-out shows at the stadium as part of her historically successful “The Eras Tour”.

The night began with opening acts Gracie Abrams and beabadoobee, who got the crowd pumped up for the main event. Both artists delivered stellar performances that showcased their unique styles and talents. Abrams wowed the audience with her heartfelt lyrics and soulful voice, while beabadoobee had the crowd rocking out to her indie pop tunes.

As the countdown began and the audience roared, Taylor Swift took the stage in a dazzling outfit that shimmered under the spotlights. The singer kicked off the night with her hit Lovers Era, and the stadium erupted into a sea of scream fans. From there, she launched into a non-stop setlist that featured over 40 of her biggest hits, spanning her entire career.

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Swift’s performance was a true spectacle, complete with intricate choreography, stunning visuals, and powerful vocals that filled the stadium. From upbeat tracks like “Blank Space” and “ME!” to emotional ballads like “All Too Well” and “Enchanted”, Swift proved that she can command the stage and connect with her audience like no other.

Throughout the night, Swift also took time to reflect on her journey as an artist and express her gratitude to her fans. She shared stories about her songwriting process and the inspirations behind her music. These personal moments added a heartfelt touch to the show and helped fans connect with Swift on a deeper level.

With such a memorable night, we were on-site to capture our favorite moments from night one. Check out our photos below and stay tuned for our full review!

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Taylor Swift Takes Fans Through The Eras on Opening Night with a Spectacular 3+ Hour Career-Spanning Set



Opening night for Taylor Swift’s highly anticipated “Eras Tour” was one to remember. From the moment that 70,000 of Swift’s most loyal fans filled the sold-out stadium to watch the opening acts take stage to Swift’s headlining set which took fans on a beautiful journey through the last 17 years with a massive career spanning performance that lasted 3 hours and 15 minutes, the evening was years in the making and Swift made it well worth the wait and then some. Fans traveled across the globe to witness pop history, selling out hotels across the greater-Phoenix area and refusing to wait until the iconic singer-songwriter takes her tour to a city near them, and if you were there in person on Friday night, then you could certainly see why. Last evening was nothing short of magical for Swifties and general music fans alike.

The evening got started with a pair of opening acts that call Nashville home, rising star Gayle and pop-punk legends Paramore. Gayle gave an emotional performance of her hit single “abcdefu” and a cover of Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know,” which both had the crowd singing along during her 8-track set.

Paramore’s set was high energy and featured a tribute to Taylor Swift, as lead singer Hayley Williams shared a story where she met Swift’s mom early into her career. Williams finished her story by saying, “I’m not sure (people) get how f*cking incredible (Taylor) is.” “We’re here witnessing history. Thank you for letting us celebrate Taylor’s career with you,” Williams continued. Paramore performed nine of their biggest hits with zero misses and was a perfect choice to get the crowd ready for what was to come.

Swift opened The Eras Tour with her Lovers Era, performing six songs from her 2019 LP “Lover,” and album which Swift never got to tour in its entirety due to the pandemic. The opening track of Swift set was a shortened but high energy of version of “Miss Americana and the Heartbreak Prince,” which was quickly followed by the live debut of “Cruel Summer.” Throghout the first era of the evening, Swift also performed tracks like “The Man,” “You Need To Calm Down,” “Lover,” and “The Archer.”

After an impressively quick costume change, Swift performed a short-but-sweet 3-song set dedicated to her album “Fearless”. Starting with the album’s title track, Taylor also performed “You Belong with Me” and “Love Story”, the two biggest singles from the early album which have both withstood the tests of time. The next era was Swift’s “evermore” Era, during which she performed five songs from her second LP recorded during the pandemic. She finished the set with “tolerate it”, but not before giving fans some context over the album while also getting some laughs from the crowd. “We are currently in the middle of the evermore album, which is an album I absolutely love, despite what some of you say on Tiktok,” she joked. “And ever since this particular song was born I wondered what it might be like to scream sing it with you”, as she began to perform the “evermore” B-side “champagne problems” on piano for the crowd.

Following the beautiful mellow standouts from “evermore” things really turned up as snake imagery was played on the video screens for the 70,000 in attendance, foreshadowing that it was time for the Reputation Era. Swift came out with “Ready For It?”, which opened her Reputation Tour 5 years ago, and is as good of an opening track now as it was then. Swift continued with “Delicate,” “Don’t Blame Me,” and “Look What You Made Me Do” to finish the era.

Next up was the Speak Now Era, during which she performed “Enchanted.” The track was the only song performed from the album and just one of two eras that only had one song make the setlist. While many would have loved to hear more from the album, it was likely a necessary choice to make room from some of the new projects that have had less of a life on stage.

Next up it was time for the Red Era, which was perhaps the highlight of the massive 3+ hour performance. Swift performed songs like “22,” “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” and “I Knew You Were Trouble,” all of which were big singles upon their release, but the true standout moment was when she performed the full 10-minute version of “All Too Well,” the special extended version from her Taylor’s version re-release of “Red”.

Swift spoke to the crowd before “All Too Well” to introduce the song, explaining how special and precious the Red album is to her. She was grateful for the way fans embraced the album when it came out in 2012 and never could have imagined what would happen a decade later, speaking on the success of “All Too Well”. “You don’t know how much that means to me,” Swift explained to the crowd. “So I wanted to perform one more song from that album if you have an extra 10 minutes to spare,” Taylor continued as the crowd went wild, preparing to hear All Too Well live in its entirety for the first time.

Swift followed 10 minutes of “All Too Well” with a 7-song set dedicated to her folklore Era. Complimented on the main stage with a cozy cabin with a eye-catching moss roof, Taylor performed some of the album’s best songs including “invisible string”, “betty”, “the last great american dynasty”, “august”, “illicit affairs”, “my tears ricochet” and finally “cardigan”, the lead single from the project.

And just as Swift complemented “evermore” with a change in tempo with “Reputation”, she did the same following “folklore” with her classic album, “1989”.  The LP delivered some of her biggest and most successful Top 40 pop hits to date, and to celebrate the era, Swift opened the performance with “Style”, and then kept the momentum going with “Blank Space”, “Shake It Off”, “Wildest Dreams” and “Bad Blood” a timeless LP that had an endless amount of commercial singles.

Next Taylor performed a special acoustic version of “mirrorball”, circling back to the “folklore” Era and making Friday evening’s show a 1-of-1 performance for the crowd in attendance. After the acoustic track, Taylor continued the theme with the song that started it all, her debut single “Tim McGraw”, a timeless country record that in 2023 is older than many of those in attendance at the sold-out stadium.

Last but night least it was time for the “Midnights” Era, which was fitting because midnight was just less than an hour away by the time Swift finished the era with 7-tracks from her latest album.  Swift performed tracks like “Lavender Haze”, “Anti-Hero”, “Midnight Rain” and finished with her track “Karma” which was the last song of the night, #44 of 44 for the epic performance.

Taylor Swift continues to amaze fans with her live performances, and the lengths that she goes to make her loyal fans happy is unprecedented. Her tour sold out in seconds, with hundreds of thousands (if not millions) on the outside looking in, wishing they got tickets to the tour. With ticket sales in the rearview, it’s easy to wonder what driving force is left over to make a show great. Maybe it’s the sincere mutual love she has back for her fans, maybe it’s her pursuit of excellence or perhaps it’s something else we can’t wrap our heads around, either way, Taylor Swift made sure that everyone left Friday night’s performance with their expectations exceeded. Whether fans traveled from Phoenix, Philadelphia or Portugal, Swift validated the lengths that fans go to see her perform in every room, big or small, that she’s performed in for the last two decades. The Eras Tour is the toughest ticket in live music this year, and it’s not even close, but if you love anything about her, you need to have a Taylor Swift show on your live music bucket list.

Preview: Glendale Gets Ready for Taylor Swift’s Opening Night of “The Eras Tour” at State Farm Stadium


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Taylor Swift is set to kick off her highly anticipated tour, “The Eras Tour,” this Friday, March 17th at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona for a highly anticipated 2-night sold-out residency at the Arizona Cardinal’s stadium which seats around 60,000 fans for concerts. Swifties from all over the country are flocking to the greater Phoenix area for the opening night of the tour. In celebration of Swift’s arrival, the city of Glendale has even temporarily changed its name to “Swift City” for the weekend.

The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter will perform back-to-back shows in Glendale over the weekend and fans can expect an incredible show as Swift will deliver her chart-topping hits from various eras of her career, including her latest albums, “Midnights”, “folklore”, “evermore” and “Lover”, all which Swift has yet to tour.

The opening acts for the concert provide a couple huge reasons to get to the stadium early, as “abcdefu” singer Gayle and pop-punk legendarys Paramore are set to take stage. From one of the most exciting emerging acts in pop to a band that has cemented themselves in the hall of fame of their genre, the diverse list of openers for Friday night’s show is show stopping. The concert is set to begin at 6:30 pm, and fans are encouraged to arrive early to catch all the action.

Swift’s concerts are known for their impressive production value, stunning visuals, and dynamic performances. This tour promises to be no different, with Swift promising a unique and memorable experience for her fans. Selling out 2-3 nights at some of the largest stadiums throughout the entire country in an unprecedented fashion, and doing so in record time following an extended hiatus due to the pandemic, The Eras Tour will likely go down as one of the biggest (if not the biggest) tours of a generation.

As the first concert of “The Eras Tour,” Swift’s Glendale performance is sure to set the bar high for the rest of the tour, and for one night only fans going into Friday night’s performance have no idea what to expect, besides an unmatched and memorable night. Fans will be treated to an evening filled with unforgettable moments, chart-topping hits, and plenty of surprises.

If you were lucky enough to score tickets to opening weekend’s performance, be sure to check out the State Farm Stadium’s official website for more information.

This or That: Taylor Swift’s “folklore” or “evermore”


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Taylor Swift has cemented herself as one of the most iconic and influential artists of our time. With each album, she has shown remarkable growth and evolution, constantly pushing the boundaries of what we expect from her music. Two of her most recent albums, “folklore” and “evermore,” have been particularly acclaimed, showcasing her versatility and depth as a songwriter. We will explore the debate of which album is better between “folklore” and “evermore”, both of which were released post-Covid, just a few months from each other. From the cohesive concept of “folklore” to the experimental sound of “evermore,” we will delve into the strengths of each album and make a case for why one may be better than the other. Whether you are a die-hard Taylor Swift fan or a casual listener, this article will provide insight into the nuances of her music and the impact it has had on the industry.

“folklore is the better album”

Taylor Swift’s “folklore” is undoubtedly her most impressive and poignant album yet. From the moment the opening track “the 1” starts, the listener is transported to a world of ethereal melodies, melancholy lyrics, and stunning production. Here are some reasons why “folklore” is superior to “evermore”:

Cohesion and concept

“folklore” is a masterful collection of songs that all feel connected to each other, creating a cohesive album that tells a story. Each song builds on the previous one, adding depth and nuance to the overall narrative. In contrast, “evermore” feels more like a collection of individual tracks that don’t necessarily flow into each other as well.

Standout tracks

While both albums have their fair share of standout tracks, “folklore” has a stronger overall selection. “cardigan” is a beautifully crafted ballad with haunting lyrics and a memorable chorus, while “exile” is a stunning duet with Bon Iver that showcases Swift’s vocal range and emotive delivery. “august” is a wistful, nostalgic song with an infectious melody that will stick in your head long after you’ve finished listening.

Cultural impact

“folklore” was a game-changer for Swift, not only in terms of her musical style but also in terms of the way she was perceived by the public. The album showed a newfound maturity and depth in her songwriting, earning her critical acclaim and cementing her status as one of the most important artists of her generation.

“evermore is the better album”

While “folklore” is undeniably a masterpiece, “evermore” takes everything that made its predecessor great and elevates it to new heights. Here are some reasons why “evermore” is the superior album:

Exploration of new sounds

“evermore” pushes the boundaries of what we expect from a Taylor Swift album. The album features more experimentation with different genres, from the pulsating beats of “long story short” to the haunting harmonies of “coney island.” This willingness to take risks and explore new sounds is what makes “evermore” stand out.


While “folklore” had some great collaborations, such as the aforementioned duet with Bon Iver, “evermore” takes it to the next level. From the duet with Haim on “no body, no crime” to the haunting vocals of The National’s Matt Berninger on “closure,” the collaborations on “evermore” add depth and texture to the album.

Emotional depth

While both albums are emotionally charged, “evermore” takes it to a whole new level. The album explores themes of grief, loss, and heartbreak in a way that feels raw and honest. Songs like “champagne problems” and “tolerate it” are heartbreaking in their vulnerability, while “happiness” is a poignant meditation on the struggle to find joy in the midst of pain.

All in all, both “folklore” and “evermore” are incredible albums that showcase Taylor Swift’s evolution as an artist. While “folklore” may have had a more significant cultural impact and a stronger overall selection of standout tracks, “evermore” takes risks and explores new sounds in a way that makes it feel like a natural progression from its predecessor. Ultimately, the decision of which album is better will depend on personal taste and what aspects of Swift’s music resonate most with the listener.

Taylor Swift Takes Home the Grammy for Best Music Video for Her “All Too Well” Short Film


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Taylor Swift took home the Grammy award for Best Music Video for her cinematic short film “All Too Well” on Sunday night. The highly anticipated award show, held at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, was a celebration of the best in music from the past year, and Swift’s win was a testament to her artistic vision and her unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of what a music video can be.

For those who haven’t seen it, “All Too Well” is a fifteen-minute short film that blends the lyrics of the song with stunning imagery, capturing the emotion and raw energy of the music in a way that is both beautiful and heart-wrenching, in part thanks to the talent cast of actors, Stranger Thing’s Sadie Sink and Teen Wolf’s Dylan O’Brien. The film was directed by Swift herself, who worked closely with her creative team to bring her vision to life.

The “All Too Well” video is a masterpiece of cinematography and storytelling. From the opening shot of a Pablo Neruda quote, to the beautiful color palette, the imagery perfectly captures the feeling of falling in love, and the pain of letting go.

Fans of Taylor Swift have long known that she is a gifted storyteller, and the “All Too Well” video is a testament to her artistry. The film has struck a chord with audiences all over the world, and its win at the Grammy Awards is proof of her universal appeal.

As one of the biggest names in music, Taylor Swift continues to captivate audiences with her unique blend of several genres and with her 12th Grammy award, she has once again proven that she is a true master of her craft. 


16 Songs We Would Love to Hear on Taylor Swift “The Eras Tour”


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Taylor Swift fans are gearing up for The Eras Tour, and with every new tour comes a new setlist filled with the artist’s latest and greatest hits, and lucky for Taylor, she has a plethora. With so many amazing songs in Taylor’s discography, it’s tough to choose just a few to include in a concert setlist. But for those who have dreamed of seeing the pop-country star perform live, here’s a wishlist of what a dream Taylor Swift setlist might look like.

  1. “The Archer” – from “Lover” (2019) This hauntingly beautiful track showcases Taylor’s unique voice and her ability to craft an emotional and powerful ballad. 

  2. “All Too Well” – from “Red” (2012) “All Too Well” is a fan favorite and one of Taylor’s most personal songs. The track’s raw emotions and intense lyrics would be sure to bring tears to the eyes of the audience. We want to make room for more songs, but we definitely need the full 10-minute version.

  3. “Me!” – from “Lover” (2019) This high-energy pop anthem is a fun, uplifting song that would get the entire crowd dancing and singing along. Its catchy chorus and upbeat melody would be a perfect way to get the concert going.

  4. “Love Story” – from “Fearless” (2008) This classic track is a timeless love ballad that never gets old. With its memorable chorus and sweet lyrics, “Love Story” would be a perfect way to slow things down and let the audience bask in the beauty of Taylor’s voice.

  5. “Delicate” – from “Reputation” (2017) This fun, upbeat track showcases Taylor’s ability to craft a catchy pop hit that still has depth and emotional resonance. The song’s memorable chorus and infectious rhythm would get the crowd moving and singing along.

  6. “Exile” (feat. Bon Iver) – from “folklore” (2020) This haunting duet is a beautiful example of Taylor’s versatility as an artist. With its emotional lyrics and powerful vocals, “Exile” would be a standout moment of the concert.

  7. “Wildest Dreams” – from “1989” (2014)  This track, from Taylor’s 2014 album “1989” has a beautiful melody and powerful chorus would be a highlight of the concert.

  8. “Shake It Off” – from “1989” (2014) This upbeat pop anthem is one of Taylor’s most famous tracks, and its infectious rhythm and catchy chorus are sure to get the entire crowd dancing and singing along.

  9. “Blank Space” – from “1989” (2014) This playful and sassy pop hit is one of Taylor’s most iconic songs. With its memorable chorus and catchy beat, “Blank Space” is sure to be a crowd-pleaser and a highlight of the concert.

  10. “Bad Blood” – from “1989” (2014) This fierce and empowering pop anthem is a must for The Eras Tour. The track’s high-energy beat and memorable chorus would be sure to get the crowd pumped up.

  11. “I Know Places” – from “1989” (2014) This intense track from her
    “1989” album would leave lasting impression on the audience if it makes the cut for The Eras Tour.

  12. “Fearless” – from “Fearless” (2008) This sweet and heartfelt title track is a classic track from Taylor’s early days, and it still holds up as one of her most memorable and powerful songs. The track’s tender melody and meaningful lyrics would be a perfect way to slow things down and let the audience connect with the artist.

  13. “The Man” – from “Lover” (2019) This playful and sassy pop track is a perfect example of Taylor’s ability to craft a hit that both showcases her vocal talent and delivers a message.

  14. “Red” – from “Red” (2012) This powerful ballad is another classic track from Taylor’s early days as a pop artist and still has a ton of replay value today.

  15. “I Did Something Bad” – from “Reputation” (2017) This fierce track was one of the best live tracks from the Reputation tour and we would love to see it live again.

  16. “Style” – from “1989” (2014) This playful and sassy pop track is one of Taylor’s most memorable and iconic songs. With its upbeat beat and catchy chorus, “Style” would be sure to get the crowd moving and singing along.

This dream setlist is just a glimpse into the amazing talent and versatility that Taylor Swift brings to her concerts. Whether you’re a longtime fan or just discovering her music for the first time, a Taylor Swift concert is an unforgettable experience that is not to be missed.



Taylor Swift Announces Career Spanning “The Eras Tour”


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Taylor Swift, one of the biggest pop superstars in the world, has just announced her highly-anticipated new tour, her first in over four years. The multi-platinum artist, known for her infectious pop anthems and introspective ballads, is set to embark on a journey across the globe, bringing her music to fans in cities across the country in the nation’s largest stadiums.

Dubbed “The Eras Tour”, Swift’s fans can expect to hear some of her greatest hits, including “Shake It Off,” “Blank Space,” “Love Story,” “Bad Blood,” and “Delicate,” as well as some of her newest tracks from her most recent albums, in what will surely be a career spanning setlist. The tour will showcase Taylor’s incredible vocal range and songwriting skills, as well as her captivating stage presence and energetic performances.

Over the years, Taylor Swift has become a household name, known for her catchy pop tunes, relatable lyrics, and empowering messages. She has been praised for her ability to seamlessly transition from country to pop music, and her music has inspired millions of fans around the world. Her tours have become must-see events for music lovers everywhere, attracting fans from all ages and backgrounds.

With her latest tour, Taylor promises to deliver an unforgettable experience, filled with her signature mix of heart, humor, and high-energy performances. From her elaborate stage designs and choreography, to her powerful ballads and upbeat pop anthems, Taylor’s concerts are a testament to her incredible talent and dedication to her craft.

A TaylorSwiftTix pre-sale will begin via Ticketmaster on Tuesday, November 15th, with general admission tickets priced between $49 and $449 and VIP packages priced between $199 and $899. A general ticket on-sale will then take place on Friday, November 18th at 10:00 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster. This highly anticipated tour will surely sell out quick so don’t miss out and stay tuned for more details.

Check out the dates for The Eras Tour below.

Taylor Swift “The Eras Tour” Dates:
03/17 – Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium !& 
03/18 – Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium !& 
03/24 – Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium %& 
03/25 – Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium %& 
03/31 – Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium %& 
04/01 – Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium %+ 
04/02 – Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium %+
04/13 – Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium %& 
04/14 – Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium %+ 
04/15 – Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium %+ 
04/21 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium %+ 
04/22 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium %+ 
04/23 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium %+ 
04/28 – Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium %+ 
04/29 – Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium %+ 
04/30 – Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium %&
05/05 – Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium $+ 
05/06 – Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium $& 
05/07 – Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium $+ 
05/12 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field $& 
05/13 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field $&
05/14 – Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field $+
05/19 – Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium $&
05/20 – Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium $& 
05/21 – Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium $+
05/26 – E. Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium $&
05/27 – E. Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium $+ 
05/28 – E. Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium $?
06/02 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field #?
06/03 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field #?
06/04 – Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field ^+
06/09 – Detroit, MI @ Ford Field #+
06/10 – Detroit, MI @ Ford Field #?
06/16 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Acrisure Stadium #+
06/17 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Acrisure Stadium #? 
06/23 – Minneapolis, MN @ U.S. Bank Stadium #+
06/24 – Minneapolis, MN @ U.S. Bank Stadium #? 
06/30 – Cincinnati, OH @ Paycor Stadium ^+ 
07/01 – Cincinnati, OH @ Paycor Stadium ^+
07/07 – Kansas City, MO @ Arrowhead Stadium ^+
07/08 – Kansas City, MO @ Arrowhead Stadium ^+
07/14 – Denver, CO @ Empower Field at Mile High ^+
07/15 – Denver, CO @ Empower Field at Mile High ^+
07/22 – Seattle, WA @ Lumen Field *+
07/23 – Seattle, WA @ Lumen Field *+
07/28 – Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium *+
07/29 – Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium *+
08/03 – Inglewood, CA @ SoFi Stadium *+ 
08/04 – Inglewood, CA @ SoFi Stadium *?
08/05 – Inglewood, CA @ SoFi Stadium *& 
08/08 – Inglewood, CA @ SoFi Stadium *+
08/09 – Inglewood, CA @ SoFi Stadium *& 

! = w/ Paramore
& = w/ GAYLE
% = w/ beabadoobee
$ = w/ Phoebe Bridgers
# = w/ Girl in Red
+ = w/ Gracie Abrams
? = w/ OWENN
^ = w/ MUNA
* = w/ HAIM


Watch: Taylor Swift Drops Official Music Video for “The Man”


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Taylor Swift has released the official lyric video for her empowering Lover track, “The Man”. The latest single from her new album is a standout and an anthem for women everywhere.

Watch T-Swift’s official lyric video for “The Man” below.

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iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball Tour Drops 2019 Lineup: Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Jonas Brothers, Katy Perry, BTS & More


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The iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour is returning to a city near you this holiday season and it’s bringing the biggest names in music to some of the biggest arenas across the country.

Kicking off on December 1st in Tampa Bay, the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour will feature performances from names like Taylor Swift, BTS, Jonas Brothers, Lizzo, Halsey, Katy Perry, 5 Seconds of Summer, Lil Nas X, Camila Cabello, Sam Smith, Normani, French Montana and many more, until the tour comes to an end on December 22nd in Miami.

For another consecutive year, Capital One will be the national presenting partner for the Jingle Ball Tour and will allow cardholders to get exclusive access to high demand tickets through their Cardholder Pre-Sale, which will begin on Monday, October 7 at 10:00AM (local time) and will run through Wednesday, October 9 at www.iHeartRadio.com/CapitalOne. Remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, October 11 at noon via the Jingle Ball’s official website.

Check out the dates and locations for the 2019 Jingle Ball Tour below and get more information here!

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