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Taylor Swift to perform in Australia

Pop star Taylor Swift has revealed the Australian dates on her Eras world concert tour.

She will be journeying down under for five dates in February 2024.

According to ABC News, Swift fans on a budget might be in store for a Cruel Summer as the top VIP packages are being sold for $1,249.99.

The top VIP package, officially known as the It’s Been A Long Time Coming package secures fans “One Unforgettable A Reserve Floor Ticket”, four prints of the artist, a tote bag, a pin, a tour lanyard and a sticker and postcard set.

The other five VIP packages contain identical extras but gradually worsening seats from B Reserve to E Reserve and cost from $349.99 and $899.90.

An A Reserve ticket by itself is $379.90 – a difference of $870 from the VIP package with the same ticket tier.

More wallet-conscious Swift fans can pay between $309.90 for B Reserve tickets down to $79.90 for a spot in the G reserve seats in the nosebleeds.

Last time Swift took a tour of Australia in 2018, the top VIP packages set fans back about $820 and included a personal message from Swift, a hardcover book and a CD.

In terms of how many cities she’s visiting, the tour is pretty small.

Swift won’t even complete a full east coast tour for her Australian Eras leg, stopping only at Sydney for three nights and Melbourne for two nights.

This is the first time Swift has skipped Brisbane in five tour cycles.

She played in Brisbane and Perth when she came to Australia last time, which was her Reputation tour.

Reginald Chandar
Reginald Chandar
Head of News & Sports |


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