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Taylor Swift‘s The Eras Tour is headed to Japan! After releasing the Eras Tour movie on Prime Video on and other streaming platforms last month, finishing up the Latin American leg of her heavily anticipated tour in November, the singer will be back on stage soon.
Apart from Japan, Swift’s international run will make stops in Australia, Singapore and France and extends into August 2024.
Her first tour stop of 2024 will kick off at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan on Feb. 7.
The “Anti-Hero” singer will return to the States for to perform in the U.S. and Canada, including New Orleans, Toronto and Miami, beginning in fall 2024. Swifties got a chance to score presale tickets through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program in last August.
The Eras Tour, Swift’s first tour in five years, was announced in November 2022. Presale tickets to the tour went on sale via Ticketmaster that month. Another batch of presale tickets for her 2024 tour stops in Vancouver and new tickets for Australia and Sweden went on sale late last year.
Swift partnered with Capital One on exclusive tickets available for Capital One cardholders. As can be expected, passes to see Swift live remain one of the hottest concert tickets on the market, so we’re breaking down what you need to know so you can secure a seat.
See below for information on how to get last-minute tickets to France, Singapore and other international stops on Swift’s Eras Tour. Check out the new list of tour dates here.
How Much Do Last-Minute Eras Tour Tickets Cost?
Resale tickets for The Eras Tour are currently available online for concerts in Japan, Australia, France, Germany, Singapore and other locations.
How much are last-minute tickets? There’s more than one way to score Eras Tour tickets, but expect to spend a few hundred bucks on a ticket, depending on the seats and date of the show.
Fans can find last-minute tickets to The Eras Tour at StubHub and Viagogo. Prices range from approximately $700 to more than $1,400 for her concert in Japan on Feb. 7. You’ll find cheaper tickets for later dates on the tour such as shows in Australia (tickets are available at StubHub for as low as $160 for select dates).
Swift will perform in Japan from Feb. 7-10 and Australia starting on Feb. 16. Tickets are scarce and selling fast — especially in the last hour (over 10,000 people were looking at tickets when we checked). The Eras Tour will make its way to Spain, Sweden, Portugal, Germany, Poland, the U.K. and more before circling back to the U.S. next fall.
Tickets for next year’s North American leg are currently available at StubHub, Vivid Seats and Seat Geek, although pricing range from around $660 and up, most of the tickets are around $900+. (Save $10 off at Seat Geek. Offer applies to eligible purchases of $250+ with code BILLBOARD10. Valid on first purchase only.)
Looking for the cheapest tickets? Searching different sites will give you a better chance of landing tickets at a lower price point, but we did some of the digging for you.
At press time, tickets to the shows in Japan start at around $500, although most are priced in the $700 range at StubHub, which is around the same prices that you might find on sites such as Ticketsmarter.
The Eras Tour is a celebration of all 10 of the studio albums Swift has released since 2006. In 2022, Swift shared a poster advertising the tour’s initial 27-date U.S. leg on Instagram featuring a collage of photos of herself through the years, from the time of her self-titled debut to Midnights, which dropped less than two weeks prior to the tour news.
“I wanted to tell you something that I’ve been so excited about for a really long time. I’ve been planning for ages and I finally get to tell you: I’m going back on tour,” Swift said on GMA, announcing the news. “The tour is called the Eras tour and it’s a journey through all of the musical eras of my career.”