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When is Taylor Swift's Eras Tour coming to the UK?

The long-awaited tour includes a record eight performances at Wembley Stadium

Taylor Swift performs at Estadio da Luz in Lisbon on the Eras Tour in 2024
Taylor Swift's Eras Tour includes 15 dates across the UK. (Getty for TAS Rights Management)

It's been a long time coming but Taylor Swift's huge, career-spanning Eras Tour has finally landed in the UK.

The Tortured Poets Department singer will perform a total of 15 concert dates across the UK, starting with a gig in Edinburgh this Friday, 7 June.

Swift, 33, is expected to play a three-hour set packed with her biggest hits, including Love Story, Anti-Hero, All Too Well and Blank Space.

Here's everything you need to know about the gigs, including the full UK tour dates and whether you can still get tickets.

Taylor Swift performs at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid on the Eras Tour in 2024
The UK leg will kick off at Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium. (Getty for TAS Rights Management)

The long-awaited UK leg of Swift's Eras Tour will kick off at Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium on Friday, 7 June, the first of three shows in the Scottish capital.

The pop star will then head to Liverpool for three dates at Anfield Stadium, followed by one show at Cardiff's Principality Stadium.

She will perform three consecutive shows at London's Wembley Stadium between Friday, 21 June and Sunday, 23 June, before returning for five further gigs at the same venue in August.

Swift, who is no stranger to breaking music records, will make history the first solo artist to perform eight dates at Wembley on the same tour. Take That played the same number of shows at the iconic venue on their 2011 Progress tour.

She will perform to an estimated 1.2 million fans over the course of the 15 sold-out UK shows.

Taylor Swift performs at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid on the Eras Tour in 2024
The pop star will perform a record eight dates at London's Wembley Stadium. (Getty for TAS Rights Management)

See Swift's full list of 15 UK concerts below:

  • Friday, 7 June – Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium

  • Saturday, 8 June – Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium

  • Sunday, 9 June – Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium

  • Thursday, 13 June – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium

  • Friday, 14 June – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium

  • Saturday, 15 June – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium

  • Tuesday, 18 June – Cardiff, Principality Stadium

  • Friday, 21 June – London, Wembley Stadium

  • Saturday, 22 June – London, Wembley Stadium

  • Sunday, 23 June – London, Wembley Stadium

  • Thursday, 15 August – London, Wembley Stadium

  • Friday, 16 August – London, Wembley Stadium

  • Saturday, 17 August – London, Wembley Stadium

  • Monday, 19 August – London, Wembley Stadium

  • Tuesday, 20 August – London, Wembley Stadium

Taylor Swift performs at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid on the Eras Tour in 2024
The Eras setlist includes hits from all 11 of Swift's studio albums. (Getty for TAS Rights Management)

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Tickets for Taylor Swift's UK Eras Tour went on sale in July 2023, followed by a second batch in November 2023. These tickets promptly sold out due to huge demand.

Fans who missed out on tickets can catch Swift's Eras Tour concert film on Disney+. Following its cinematic release last year, it became the most profitable concert movie of all time, surpassing Justin Bieber's 2011 film Never Say Never.

Taylor Swift performs at Groupama Stadium in Lyon on the Eras Tour in 2024
The concerts will be her first UK dates since 2018. (Getty for TAS Rights Management)

The upcoming UK shows on the Eras Tour have sparked huge excitement because fans have been waiting so long for Swift's return to British soil.

The 15 gigs will mark Swift's first tour of the UK since 2018's Reputation Stadium Tour. She was due to return in 2020 for the Lover Fest tour, but was forced to cancel those dates due to the COVID pandemic.

Since COVID, she has released four chart-topping new albums – Folklore, Evermore, Midnights and The Tortured Poets Department. She re-recorded four other LPs, Fearless, Red, Speak Now and 1989, all of which which also went to number one.

The Eras Tour kicked off with a string of US shows in March 2023, and is due to wrap up in Canada this December, following a run of of 152 gigs across five continents.

It is already the highest-grossing tour in history, overtaking Elton John's farewell tour – having grossed more than $1 billion by December 2023.

The British dates will provide a £997 million boost to the UK economy, according to a report by Barclays, due to fans splashing out on tickets, travel, accommodation and outfits.

Taylor Swift performs at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid on the Eras Tour in 2024
Swift will perform a lengthy, career-spanning set. (Getty for TAS Rights Management)

Swift's UK shows will include material from all 11 of her 'eras' – or phases of her career – going right back to her 2006 debut album. Her most recent gig, in the French city of Lyon, lasted for three hours and 20 minutes, and featured a mammoth 47 songs.

She has largely kept the same setlist since the opening show of the tour last year. But she altered the setlist at the start of the European leg in May, to include material from The Tortured Poets Department, which came out in April.

Read more: Why is Taylor Swift re-recording her old albums?

This meant she dropped six songs: The Archer, Long Live, The 1, The Last Great American Dynasty, 'Tis The Damn Season and Tolerate It. It's unclear whether she will make further changes for the UK shows.

In addition to the main setlist, each concert has included two 'surprise' songs, performed acoustically. These are typically album tracks and fan favourites rather than big hits.

For an idea of what to expect, see the full list of songs from the Lyon show below:

  • Lover era: Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince; Cruel Summer; The Man; You Need to Calm Down; Lover

  • Fearless era: Fearless; You Belong With Me; Love Story

  • Red era: 22; We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together; I Knew You Were Trouble; All Too Well (10-Minute Version)

  • Speak Now era: Enchanted

  • Reputation era: Ready For It?; Delicate; Don't Blame Me; Look What You Made Me Do

  • Folklore and Evermore eras: Cardigan; Betty, Champagne Problems; August; Illicit Affairs; My Tears Ricochet; Marjorie; Willow

  • 1989 era: Style; Blank Space; Shake It Off; Wildest Dreams; Bad Blood

  • The Tortured Poets Department era: But Daddy I Love Him/So High School; Who's Afraid of Little Old Me?; Down Bad; Fortnight; The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived; I Can Do It With a Broken Heart

  • Surprise songs: Glitch/Everything Has Changed; Chloe or Sam or Sophia or Marcus

  • Midnights era: Lavender Haze; Anti-Hero; Midnight Rain; Vigilante S***; Bejeweled; Mastermind; Karma

Hayley Williams of Paramore performs at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid on the Eras Tour in 2024
Paramore will support Swift across all 15 shows. (Getty for TAS Rights Management)

US rock band Paramore will support Swift on all 15 of her UK dates. Frontwoman Hayley Williams collaborated with Swift on the track Castles Crumbling, from 2023's re-recorded Speak Now (Taylor's Version).

The band have scored three UK number one albums – 2023's This Is Why, 2013's self-titled album and 2009's Brand New Eyes – plus seven top 40 singles. Their best-known tracks include Misery Business, Hard Times and Still Into You.

Their setlist for the Lyon show was:

  • Hard Times

  • Burning Down the House

  • Still Into You

  • That's What You Get

  • Running Out of Time

  • The Only Exception

  • Misery Business

  • Ain't It Fun

  • This Is Why

In addition to Paramore, Swift will be supported by Mette on 21 June, Griff on 22 June and Benson Boone on 23 June.

In a social media post, the pop star said: "I chose artists whose music I love listening to, and I can't wait for them to add an extra jolt of excitement to our shows."

Support acts on previous legs of the tour have included Sabrina Carpenter, Haim, Muna, Phoebe Bridgers and Girl in Red.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor's Version) is streaming on Disney+ now