Taylor Swift fans who have recently bought her new album, Lover are all wondering the same thing: when do Taylor Swift tickets go on sale?
Read on to learn all about the newest Taylor Swift tour and what you can expect from the sixth world-tour Taylor Swift concert.
What Can We Learn From Taylor Swift Concert History?
If you look back at Swift’s career, you see a pattern for her album and tour schedule. Typically, a few months after releasing a new album, TayTay will announce a world tour and tour 6-months after the new album drops.
Her previous album Reputation was released in November of 2017. Swift began touring six months later on May 2018. Red‘s tour began just under six months after the release date of the album. The same is true of the Fearless tour.
Keep in mind that there was a three-year gap between the 1989 Tour and Repulation.
T-Swizzle has released all her albums in the fall and began touring in the spring. But Lover dropped in August, so that’s a huge sign that this time, things are different.
Taylor Wants to Get the Tour Just Right
Swift admits that her team came to her six months ago to start reserving stadiums for the tour and she said no. “I really can’t feel like my life is just album tour, album tour, album tour, album tour,” she said during On Air with Ryan Seacrest on August 27.
But it’s not because she doesn’t want to give fans what they want. It’s more about maturing as an artist.
“My fans have been so generous to me and they’ve given me the opportunity to be able to change things up every once in a while if it’s feeling like it’s too much of a pressure situation because I never want to ‘phone in’ a show. I never wanna be like this wasn’t what I wanted. I want to give them 113% every show so I need for it to be in a way that feels right.”
Swift went on to say that she wants to take a breather to figure out exactly what this next tour will be like. She wants to play for lots of people so fans have the chance to sing the words back to her in a live setting. But she isn’t exactly sure what the tour will look like.
This Taylor Swift Tour Will Be Different
Lover has (no surprise here) already become one of the top-selling albums of the year. It’s gotten great reviews from critics and fans alike.
And of course, all the Swifties out there are just holding their breath for concert dates so they can see their new favorite songs performed live as they sing along.
But, things will be different for this tour. She told Ryan Seacrest, “This album is so personal, so detailed, like Reputation was very external, very loud… this is an album that is very personal, vulnerable, emotional so my goal for whatever live setting that we decide to do things in is gonna be to try to make wherever we are… make it feel smaller like a living room. That’s my goal.”
So what does this mean? Likely, the Lover tour won’t be hitting up as many gigantic stadiums as she’s played in the past.
What Taylor Tour Rumors Are Out There?
Usually, there’s a lot of buzz and rumors about TayTay’s concerts. But the current chatter is just the fans dying to know when the concert dates will be announced.
We all know that Swift is all about the easter eggs. Swifties love to look for, uncover and decipher the many clues she drops in her songs, videos, clothing choices, and interviews.
If you paid close attention, you might have been able to figure out some of the song titles or themes of the album by easter eggs in the singles and videos.
In Lover, with its 18 tracks, there’s a lot of T. Swift references.
For example, track five is called “The Archer.” In the “Me!” video you may have noticed cupids playing in the band. Pop artist Haley Kiyoko shoots an arrow into a bull’s eye with a number 5 in the “You Need to Calm Down” video.
So, can we expect the songs in Lover to drop easter eggs about an upcoming Taylor Swift tour and Taylor Swift concert dates? Not likely.
Swift said, “I’m not quite sure what we’re doing with touring [… I’ve been] trying to make this album release experience the most fun one for my fans, that I didn’t wanna plan what we’re gonna do in terms of live and I don’t want to do the same thing every time because I don’t want my life to feel like I’m on a treadmill.”
So it’s clear from what Swift has said that she’s still figuring her tour’s shape and format out. And in the meantime, we’ll all just have to be patient.
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Get Ready for the Taylor Swift Tour
One thing we can be sure of is that when the Taylor Swift concert dates are announced, they will sell out mega fast.
And you can expect to pay a pretty penny for your seats too. Especially if the venue will be small and intimate.
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