Taylor Swift Announces Two Live Shows, Is Ready to Head Back to Stage


Taylor Swift Announces Two Live Shows, Is Ready to Head Back to Stage


The 'Look What You Made Me Do' hitmaker gears up for two live shows in conjunction with the release of her new upcoming album 'Reputation'.
Swifties are screaming with joy as Taylor Swift announced her grand return to the stage in conjunction with the release of her upcoming album "Reputation". Following the release of singles "...Ready for It?" and "Look What You Made Me Do", on Monday, October 9, the country-turned-pop superstar announced that she would perform at two radio station-sponsored shows.

They are 99.7 Now!'s Poptopia in San Jose on December 2 and B96 Jingle Bash in Chicago on December 7. The tickets for the Jingle Bash are already on sale, while the tickets for Poptopia will be available on October 14.





Like any other shows, Swift's performance at the December show will only be brief and include a small number of songs. Fifth Harmony, Ed Sheeran, Backstreet Boys and Khalid will join Swift at the Jingle Bash, while acts like The Chainsmokers and Niall Horan are confirmed for Poptopia.

These two shows also mark the "Shake It Off" hitmaker's first shows since her Super Bowl week performance in Houston, Texas, in February.

Her live shows aside, an official statement regarding a concert tour for her upcoming album has yet to be announced. However, Swift released a Taylor Swift Tix, powered by TicketMaster Verified Fan to create an exclusive program to help fans get the best access to tickets.

The 27-year-old singer has been spoiling her fans after her comeback to the limelight. Not only she announced her comeback shows and tix, but she has also been answering her fans' question on social media.

For example, when a fan on Instagram Live asked about the 10 minutes version of "All Too Well", she answered, "IT'S SOMEWHERE IN A DRAWER I DON'T KNOW I DON'T KNOW."



Swift also reassured fans about her cats' condition. She wrote, "the cats are alive and well. Still very fuzzy."



Swift's "Reputation" album will be released on November 10.


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