Ready for it: Taylor Swift announces 2018 Australian stadium tour

Danny Woods
December 5, 2017

Two ticket sites in New Zealand stated that singer Charli XCX would be supporting Swift on all her Australasian tour dates, but have since taken down the information.

Tickets for all shows will go on sale on December 15, though subscribers of will get an early window to buy tickets from December 12.

Taylor Swift announced the tour on her official Facebook page.

The singer last visited Australia in 2015 with her record-breaking 1989 world tour, and now it seems that even in our wildest dreams, our prayers have been answered for her return.

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Various tickets were made available with prices in the United Kingdom ranging from £62 (A$109) for general seated tickets, to £132 (A$233) for "Snake Pit" tickets.

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She will kick off the Australian leg at the Optus Stadium in Perth on October 19 followed by Etihad Stadium, Melbourne, on October 26, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, on November 2 and The Gabba, Brisbane, on November 6.

Australian prices have not been announced, although Live Nation says they will start at $104.

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