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Taylor Swift Concert in Miami: The Eras Tour

The Eras Tour is the sixth Taylor Swift concert tour by American singer-songwriter. After not touring her studio albums in 2019, 2020, and 2021 with Lover, Folklore, and Evermore due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Swift embarks on The Eras Tour in support of all her albums, including her latest album, Midnights (2022). It is a stadium tour that began on March 17, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona, and is scheduled to end on December 8, 2024, in Vancouver, Canada, makes a new stop in Hard Rock Stadium in Miami next October 18th, 2024.

Described by Swift herself as “a journey through the musical eras of her career,” each concert lasts over three hours, consisting of 45 songs performed and segmented into ten acts, including the acoustic set, which is specifically focused on each of the singer’s albums. The tour has been universally praised for its concept, production, and Swift’s artistic and performing skills.

Various media outlets dubbed the demand for tickets for the tour in the United States as “unprecedented” and “astronomical,” with around 3.5 million people registered in Ticketmaster’s presale programs. Over 2.4 million tickets were sold on the presale day, November 15, 2022, and despite multiple website crashes, the tour managed to break the record for the most sales in a single day. However, Ticketmaster was severely criticized by both the public and political figures, opening up the debate about monopolies in live music shows. By December 2023, it became the highest-grossing tour in history and the first to gross over $1 billion, according to estimated reports from Pollstar.

Swift announced and premiered various projects during tour performances, such as special editions of Midnights, re-recordings of the Taylor’s Version series of Speak Now and 1989, music videos for “Karma” and “I Can See You,” and the release of “Cruel Summer” as a single. The international cinema projection of Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour was inaugurated on October 13, 2023, subsequently becoming the highest-grossing concert film in history.

 

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