In support of the release of her latest album ‘Reputation’, Pop superstar Taylor Swift will be embarking on a 4-date stadium tour in October to November next year. She will first be shaking the grounds of Perth Stadium then will make her way to Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium. She’ll then make sparks fly at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium before finally capping it off at the The Gabba in Brisbane.
Coming out on 10th November as Tey’s sixth studio album, ‘Reputation’ swiftly strengthened her reputation as one of pop’s biggest and most influential names with just weeks following its release. It features the singles “Look What You Made Me Do”, “End Game (feat. Ed Sheeran and Future)”, “Gorgeous”, “Ready For It” and “Call It What You Want” to name a few. The ‘Reputation Tour’ will see Taylor performing all these hits live and will definitely break internet bandwidth with the number of fans who will try to snap up tickets to the shows.
Taylor discovered her knack for singing and songwriting at such a young age. In the early 2000s, she’s already been performing in local festivals, playing guitar and writing songs. Her career took flight, however, in 2008 with the release of “Fearless”, her second studio album. She made the world, particularly the teenagers, fall in love with the songs “Love Story”, “You Belong With Me” and “Fifteen” which all revolved around the theme, young love. A decade after her breakthrough, the sweet-voiced Nashville-born songstress evolved into one of the roaring names in music—breaking records and bagging awards. So far, she boasts of 10 Grammy Awards, one Primetime Emmy Award, one MTV Video Music Award, 21 Billboard Music Awards and five Guiness World Record Awards to name a few.
Grab your tickets now and catch Taylor Swift live, this 2018!