Taylor Swift to play three Singapore shows in March 2024

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Swifties, get ready to feel the lavender haze creeping up on you: American pop star Taylor Swift is bringing her much-hyped The Eras Tour to Singapore.


The 33-year-old will be playing three nights at the National Stadium, from March 2 to 4, 2024.

Ticket pricing information was not immediately available, but general sales open via Ticketmaster on July 7 at noon.

Fan registration for general on-sale tickets will begin on June 23 at noon and end on June 28 at noon. Registration is needed for an access code to buy tickets.

Ticketmaster’s website notes that ticket sales are limited to a maximum of four each account.

Singapore Sports Hub, which is owned and managed by Singapore’s Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, said in a press release that Singapore’s National Stadium will be the only venue in Asia outside of Japan that Swift will be stopping by on her world tour.

It expects more than 200,000 fans from Singapore and Asia to attend the concerts held at the stadium.

On her Instagram account, Swift announced a packed slate of international dates, starting with Japan in February, before passing through Australia and Singapore on her way to Europe.


The singer-songwriter had previously announced dates in Latin America in August and November to follow after wrapping up in the United States.

Swift kicked off her The Eras Tour – her first concert series since the Reputation Stadium Tour in 2018 – in the US in March, playing exclusively at large-capacity National Football League stadiums across the country.

Fans trying to score tickets crashed the website of booking platform Ticketmaster in November; a debacle which led to Mr Joe Berchtold, president of its parent company Live Nation, being hauled up by the US Senate in a judiciary committee hearing.

The singer-songwriter, known for a long list of pop hits including Love Story and You Belong With Me, was last in Singapore in 2015 for The 1989 World Tour.

Tickets to her two shows – where she performed for almost 20,000 fans – sold out soon after they went on sale earlier that year.

Her popularity has continued to skyrocket in the years since, with her 10th and latest album Midnights sweeping off shelves and racking up streams immediately after its release in October 2022. – The Straits Times/Asia News Network

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