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Taylor Swift Tour Details

TAYLOR SWIFT’S REPUTATION STADIUM TOUR 
 

AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND SHOWS ANNOUNCED FOR OCTOBER – NOVEMBER 2018

Following the earlier announcement of the North American, United Kingdom and Ireland dates, ten-time Grammy winner TAYLOR SWIFT’s reputation Stadium Tour will land in Australia in late 2018 kicking off in Perth on Friday, October 19 then onto Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane before heading across to Auckland.

Taylor Swift’s reputation Stadium Tour - in celebration of her sixth studio album and fourth ARIA #1, the critically-acclaimed reputation featuring tracks “…Ready For It?”, “Call It What You Want”, “Gorgeous” and ARIA #1 “Look What You Made Me Do” - will be produced and promoted by Live Nation in Australia and New Zealand.

Tickets for all shows will go on sale on Friday, December 15. Refer below for local on-sale times.

Subscribers of TaylorSwift.com will have the opportunity to purchase tickets in advance of the public on-sale via the TaylorSwift.com pre-sale commencing Tuesday, December 12 and concluding Wednesday, December 13. General ticketing and on-sale information is currently available at TaylorSwift.com.

For complete tour, ticketing and VIP Experiences information, visit: livenation.com.au.

Taylor Swift's reputation Stadium Tour

- Local times listed -
- 6 ticket limit per customer -


OPTUS STADIUM, PERTH - FRIDAY OCTOBER 19
Fan Club pre-sale begins 11am Dec 12
General public on-sale: 11am Friday Dec 15

ETIHAD STADIUM, MELBOURNE - FRIDAY OCTOBER 26
Fan Club pre-sale begins 12pm Dec 12
General public on-sale: 12pm Friday Dec 15

ANZ STADIUM, SYDNEY - FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2
Fan Club pre-sale begins 11am Dec 12
General public on-sale: 11am Friday Dec 15

THE GABBA, BRISBANE - TUESDAY NOVEMBER 6
Fan Club pre-sale begins 12pm Dec 12
General public on-sale: 12pm Friday Dec 15

MT SMART STADIUM, AUCKLAND - FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9
Fan Club pre-sale begins 12pm Dec 12
General public on-sale: 12pm Friday Dec 15

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