‘That’s it’: Taylor Swift’s big on-stage announcement

Taylor Swift made a major announcement onstage during her Eras tour this week, confirming that the mammoth tour would indeed end in December.

Swift’s career-spanning Eras stadium tour began on March 17, 2023, and has so far taken her through the United States, South America, Australia, Asia and Europe.

Swift is currently in the UK, where she made a special announcement for the tour’s 100th show in Liverpool on Thursday.

Swift acknowledged the milestone, saying that it “blows my mind to have done 100 shows. That doesn’t feel like a real statistic to me, because that was definitely the most exhausting, most all-encompassing, but also most joyful, rewarding, and wonderful thing that has happened to me in my life in four years. Those moments with you.”

She told the audience that she would mark the occasion by publicly confirming for the first time that the tour will end in December. The final shows of the tour are currently scheduled for December 6, 7 and 8 in Vancouver, Canada.

It is not yet known whether Swift has any more final shows planned to conclude the tour this month.

“Celebrating the 100th show means for me, for the very first time, acknowledging and admitting that this tour will end in December,” she said.

Before her arrival, Swift still has to complete around 50 shows in Europe and the USA.

“It is, and it feels like it’s so far away, but on the other hand, it also feels like we just played our first show on this tour because you guys gave us so much fun that we wanted to do 100 shows, 150 shows, which we have on the whole tour,” she continued.

With 152 planned shows Eras By the end, it will have been Swift’s longest tour, and the 53 shows of her last tour, the 2018 Reputation world tour, will be almost three times as long.

And it hasn’t stopped her musical work: Since her first performance in March last year, Swift has released a new double studio album, The department for tortured poets, and two “Taylor’s Version” re-recordings of their previous albums, Speak Now And 1989.

But amid this dominance in pop culture, some seem to have grown tired of Swift’s antics: She sparked controversy this week by blocking pop star Charli XCX’s acclaimed latest album. brat from the top spot in the UK charts and released new versions of their latest album to bring it back to the top spot. XCX’s Brat, which contains the song Sympathy is a knifewhose sensitive lyrics are rumored to be about Swift, had to settle for second place.

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