Taylor Swift will start stadium tour in the summer of 2023

It’s the damn season.

Taylor Swift is planning a massive stadium tour for the summer of 2023, multiple sources tell Vidak For Congress exclusively.

“Taylor has some really ambitious plans,” an insider teases. “She’s excited to be back on the road after such a long but fruitful break.”

A second source shares that several shows have already been booked.

Swift’s representative did not respond to Vidak For Congress’s multiple requests for comment.

The 32-year-old ‘Betty’ singer was set to tour in 2020 in support of her seventh studio album ‘Lover’, but she had to cancel the dates when COVID-19 swept the world.

“This is an unprecedented pandemic that has changed everyone’s plans and no one knows what the touring landscape will look like in the near future,” she tweeted at the time.

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The singer canceled her 2021 “Lover” tour amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NSAI 2022 Nashville Songwriter Awards

The singer canceled her 2021 “Lover” tour amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Swift last toured the world in 2018 to promote her sixth album ‘Reputation’. It was one of the highest-grossing tours of all time, and the Texas stop was filmed for a concert special that premiered on Netflix later that year.

While the Grammy winner hasn’t performed for her legions of fans in years, she was definitely quarantined.

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Swift’s 10th album, “Midnights,” is out October 21.
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She released two new albums in 2020, “Folklore” and “Evermore”, and re-recorded two of her previous records in 2021, “Fearless” and “Red”, after losing ownership of her old catalog in a much-discussed dispute with her. former record label in 2019.

And Swift has another new album on the way, announcing at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards last month that “Midnights” will be out October 21.

She described the project, her tenth overall, as “a collection of music written in the middle of the night, a journey through horrors and sweet dreams.”

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