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Taylor Swift has added a third date to her Dublin nights due to demand on Sunday 30th June to add to the previously announced gigs at the Aviva Stadium on on June 28th and 29th 2024.

The UK & Europe leg of The Eras Tour will kick off on 9 May 2024 in Paris and wrap up on 17 August 2024 in London. See below for the full list of dates. The ticket price is not currently announced.

How to get tickets

Friday 28 June – Dublin, Aviva Stadium 
Saturday 29 June – Dublin, Aviva Stadium 
Sunday 30 June – Dublin, Aviva Stadium 

The registration period for Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour in Ireland is now closed so you have to have signed up previously for the first two gigs.

All registrants will receive an email today, Wednesday 5 July with further information. If you are randomly selected to receive a purchase link, the ticket sales will begin per the schedule below and will continue while currently-available inventory lasts. Tickets will be sold on a first-come first-served basis while currently available inventory lasts.

When do tickets go onsale?

Thursday 20th July

11:00 GMT | 12:00 CET

Dublin | Aviva Stadium | 28 June 2024

13:00 GMT | 12:00 CET

Dublin | Aviva Stadium | 29 June 2024

15:00 GMT | 16:00 CET

*Dublin | Aviva Stadium | 30 June 2024*

Taylor Swift Tour Dates

9 May Paris, France Paris La Défense Arena Tue 11 July, 10am (local)

10 May Paris, France Paris La Défense Arena Tue 11 July, 10am (local)

17 May Stockholm, Sweden Friends Arena Tue 11 July, 2pm (local)

24 May Lisbon, Portugal Estádio da Luz Wed 12 July, 12pm (local)

30 May Madrid, Spain Estadio Santiago Bernabéu Thu 13 July, 2pm (local)

2 June Lyon, France Groupama Stadium Tue 11 July, 10am (local)

7 June Edinburgh, UK BT Murrayfield Stadium Wed 19 July, 2pm (local)

8 June Edinburgh, UK BT Murrayfield Stadium Wed 19 July, 2pm (local)

14 June Liverpool, UK Anfield Stadium Thu 20 July, 2pm (local)

15 June Liverpool, UK Anfield Stadium Thu 20 July, 2pm (local)

18 June Cardiff, UK Principality Stadium Thu 20 July, 2pm (local)

21 June London, UK Wembley Stadium Tue 18 July, 2pm (local)

22 June London, UK Wembley Stadium Tue 18 July, 2pm (local)

28 June Dublin, Ireland Aviva Stadium Thu 13 July, 10am (local)

See Also

29 June Dublin, Ireland Aviva Stadium Thu 13 July, 10am (local)

30 June Dublin, Ireland Aviva Stadium Thu 20th July, 10am (local)

5 July Amsterdam, Netherlands Johan Cruijff ArenA Wed 12 July, 2pm (local)

6 July Amsterdam, Netherlands Johan Cruijff ArenA Wed 12 July, 2pm (local)

9 July Zurich, Switzerland Stadion Letzigrund Zürich Thu 13 July, 10am (local)

13 July Milan, Italy San Siro Stadium Thu 13 July, 12pm (local)

18 July Gelsenkirchen, Germany VELTINS-Arena Wed 12 July, 10am (local)

23 July Hamburg, Germany Volksparkstadion Wed 12 July, 10am (local)

27 July Munich, Germany Olympiastadion Wed 12 July, 10am (local)

2 August Warsaw, Poland PGE Narodowy Wed 12 July, 12pm (local)

9 August Vienna, Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion Tue 11 July, 12pm (local)

16 August London, UK Wembley Stadium Tue 18 July, 2pm (local)

17 August London, UK Wembley Stadium Tue 18 July, 2pm (local)


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