Taylor Swift fans have had a lot to be happy about lately. Ever since her new album, “Reputation,” dropped on Nov. 10, people can’t get enough of the singer’s new tunes. Swift has been out and about promoting her new album, which is making headlines for a number reasons—including a cameo on one of the tracks by two-year-old James Reynolds, daughter of friends and fellow celebs Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. She also performed live on “The Tonight Show,” which served as a tribute to host Jimmy Fallon’s recently deceased mom.
Then, on Nov. 13, Swift took to Twitter to let her fans know that she is taking her show on the road with an upcoming stadium tour:
WE. ARE. SO. READY. FOR. IT.
Dates for Taylor Swift's reputation Stadium Tour are here ➡ https://t.co/oLAIP0VlZg
Register for #TaylorSwiftTix powered by #VerifiedFan to see @taylorswift13! pic.twitter.com/hH3NDlhQsB
— Ticketmaster (@Ticketmaster) November 13, 2017
“WE. ARE. SO. READY. FOR. IT. Dates for Taylor Swift’s reputation Stadium Tour are here,” the tweet read, along with a link to the Ticketmaster site with details.
In order to get your hands on what is sure to be one of the most popular concerts of the year, Swift has set up a system to make sure fans have a fair chance at catching her live. Ticketmaster explains on their site:
When you register, the site will ask you which city you’d like to attend the tour in, and then asks you for your phone number and email to receive ticketing information in real time. So far, 27 dates and locations have been announced. If Swift will not be making an appearance near you, don’t despair. This is only the first round of shows, and more dates are likely to be announced!