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Taylor Swift hints at upcoming Irish dates

Taylor Swift hints at upcoming Irish dates

Her new tour kicks off on May 8 in Arizona.

Swift will bring her reputation Stadium Tour to town on August 28 at Ford Field. Swift is slated to perform at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on September 22. The trek follows United Kingdom and European shows a year ago in the wake of the groups 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction.

Tickets will go on sale on December 13 to the general public. But if you're a verified Swiftie, fans can purchase tickets in advance through Ticketmaster Verified Fan Program.

But true Swifties can register by November 28 to become a so-called "Ticketmaster Verified Fan" to score tickets earlier than the on-sale date. Visit 313Presents.com for more details.

Taylor Swift last played Cleveland in 2015.

She joins her pal and former opening act Ed Sheeran on the Superdome's 2018 concert schedule.

The Dome will also host a single-night Bayou Country Superfest featuring George Strait and Chris Singleton on May 27, 2018, as well as the annual Essence Festival over the July 4 weekend. "She performed the songs "...

"The first three tracks from Reputation each likewise opened atop Digital Song Sales: "Look What You Made Me Do", on the September 16-dated chart with 353,000 sold, the greatest weekly total for a song in 2017; ".Ready for It?"

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