- Swift extends London residency
- Paramore joins Wembley lineup
- Tour’s global success
With the addition of the 19th and 20th of August, she will perform at Wembley Stadium for a total of eight evenings during the upcoming summer.
This is equivalent to the record set by Take That, whose 2011 Progress tour featured eight performances at the venue. These concerts grossed a total of £38 million worldwide.
London has surpassed both Los Angeles and Singapore in terms of the number of performances hosted by Swift on her Eras tour.
On Tuesday morning, the American rock band Paramore, which will provide support for all eight of Swift’s Wembley performances, disclosed the new dates via social media.
A considerable number of those enthusiasts stated that they obtained access credentials for the pre-sale on August 19th, scheduled to begin at 14:00 GMT, on Tuesday morning.
The pre-sale for the 20 August performance begins on Wednesday, 15 August at 14:00 GMT.
Romance was affirmed.
“A journey through all of her musical eras” is how Swift describes her tour, which is filled with her greatest songs, including All Too Well, Blank Space, Love Story, and Anti-Hero.
A month ago, theatres received a shortened version of the performance, which became the most successful concert film of all time almost immediately. Thus far, it has grossed $242 million (£197 million) worldwide.
The star recently performed three shows in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to begin the South American segment of the tour.
She made headlines Saturday night by changing Karma lyrics to confirm her connection with Travis Kelce.
Swift’s recent tour earnings have increased her net worth beyond $1 billion (£813 million).
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