Taylor Swift has just announced the European leg of her Eras Tour, and Dublin is in for a treat with not one, but two dates. This news has thrilled Irish Swifties, especially after the countless videos circulating on TikTok from the ongoing US Eras tour. Beyoncé, take note!
The highly acclaimed three-hour shows, which cover Taylor’s entire career, have been a massive success both critically and commercially in the US. Now, they are set to captivate audiences at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium on June 28 and 29, 2024.
Throughout the tour, Taylor will be joined by Sabrina Carpenter. However, it seems that Sabrina won’t be making an appearance at the Dublin shows, leaving fans eager to see what surprises Taylor has in store for them.
Eras marks Taylor Swift’s first world tour since 2018, following the release of four new studio albums. After her lovestruck pop album “Lover” in 2019, Taylor took the years disrupted by the pandemic to write and record two more dreamy, folksy records: “Folklore” and “Evermore,” both released in 2020. In 2022, she returned to pop with “Midnights,” featuring pulsating synth-focused productions.
One of the highlights of the tour has been the innovative use of three stages made of digital display units. This allows Taylor to execute eye-catching tricks, such as appearing to dive into a swimming pool and emerge in an entirely new outfit.
So, set your alarms and mark your calendars as tickets will go on sale on Thursday, July 13th, at 10 am. Given the surge in Taylor Swift fandom, there will undoubtedly be a massive scramble for tickets. It’s worth noting that Taylor’s last tour in Dublin didn’t sell out, and tickets were even being discarded. However, times have changed, and people who previously didn’t admit to being Swifties are now proudly embracing their adoration. This means there will be fierce competition when it comes to purchasing tickets.
For all the details on purchasing tickets, visit the official website. Additionally, to gain access to the Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour in Ireland, you can register through the Ticket Sales Registration page. Registration will remain open until Friday, June 23rd, at 11:59 pm.
If you’re planning to book a room in Dublin, it’s advisable to get creative and explore different options. Reports of inflated room rates have already surfaced. If you want to party like it’s 1989, the race for tickets and reasonable room rates starts now!