Taylor Swift will be spending a little extra time in the North next year. Three months after announcing that her ongoing global Erasure Tour would open for several shows in Toronto in 2024, the 33-year-old pop star has now added three additional dates to her Canadian leg.
The all-new shows will be held at BC Place in Vancouver, British Columbia, with Swift performing over three consecutive nights from December 6 to 8. The Vancouver shows will be held after six Eras Tour offerings at the Rogers Center in Toronto.
The “Anti-Hero” singer shared the announcement on her Instagram Story on Thursday (November 2), also revealing that Gracie Abrams will return as the opener for the newly added show. Abrams, who previously joined Swift on the US leg of the Erasure Tour, celebrated the news by posting a photo of herself with Swift and writing, “What did you say? 3 more Eraz shows in Vancouver next year? LFG.”
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Swift is currently in the final days of a two-month break from touring, having completed a first round of US and Mexico shows in late August. Starting November 9, she will return with consecutive performances in Argentina and Brazil.
After that, she’ll spend all of 2024 on the road, with Eras shows planned for Asia, Europe and Australia before heading back to the US next October. Already, Trek has reportedly made Swift a billionaire, as Bloomberg speculated last week.
Registration is already open for Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan presale for Swift’s new Vancouver dates. Find out more information here.