Taylor Swift announces more dates for UK and Ireland 2018 tour

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Taylor Swift has announced that she’s heading back to the UK and Ireland next summer for a massive stadium tour.

The singer, who released sixth album ‘reputation’ earlier this month, will kick off the tour at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on 8th June before heading to Dublin and London. The first run of dates is in full below.

  • 8 June 2018: Manchester, Etihad Stadium
  • 15 June 2018: Dublin, Croke Park
  • 22 June 2018: London, Wembley Stadium

Tickets for the shows quickly sold out this morning (December 1), prompting Swift to announce a bunch more dates – tickets for the remaining shows will go on sale at 9AM December 8.

  • 9 June 2018: Manchester, Etihad Stadium
  • 16 June 2018: Dublin, Croke Park
  • 23 June 2018: London, Wembley Stadium

The full UK and Ireland tour follows her scheduled comeback appearance at London’s Jingle Bell Ball next month, which will see the singer sharing the stage with Ed Sheeran. 

‘reputation’ also featured in NME’s top 50 albums of 2017, with our review hailing it as ‘a helluva ride’.

“While ‘Reputation’ packs heavy artillery that was almost entirely absent from ‘1989’, it’s actually a helluva ride”, NME’s Jordan Bassett wrote.

“Take the exhilarating and enjoyably self-aware ‘This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things’, a delirious waltz that depicts Tay slaying a snaky former friend.

“After she delivers a massive chorus custom-made for stadiums, there’s a laugh-out-loud spoken-word gag where she begins to express forgiveness but then catches herself and guffaws: ”HA! I can’t even say it with a straight face”

He later added: “Is this a relatable record? If you’ve ever wanted to exact revenge on someone, the answer is yes.”




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