Taylor Swift to open 2018 Australian tour at Perth Stadium
Dec 04 2017 by Kathy Alvarado
Two ticket sites in New Zealand stated that singer Charli XCX would be supporting Swift on all her Australasian tour dates, but have since taken down the information.
The ten-time Grammy Award victor will kick-off her Australian and New Zealand Reputation Stadium Tour at Optus Stadium on Friday October 19 2018.
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LN will produce and promote the newly-added concerts for Swift, who last toured Australasia in November and December 2015 in support of her 1989 album.
Tickets go on sale on Friday December 15 at 11am Western Standard Time.
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Taylor Swift hasn't been Down Under since wrapping her 1989 tour in late 2015.
She played four sold out shows and her Sydney performance at ANZ Stadium was filmed and later released on Apple Music as a 132-minute-long feature.
Taylor Swift is coming to Auckland in November.
The princess of pop is bringing her Reputation tour to Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane late next year, much to the joy of Australian Swifties.
Swift's tour will be her first shows in New Zealand since 2013.