Taylor Swift Melbourne concert tickets: Cost, cheapest price for Eras Tour Australia shows after Super Bowl

Taylor Swift’s first stop after the Super Bowl? Melbourne.

After going on a break from her record-breaking Eras Tour, the world’s most famous musician picks back up with a four-day stop in Tokyo from February 7-10.

After — presumably — returning to the United States to watch boyfriend Travis Kelce star in the Super Bowl in Las Vegas, Swift heads back across the Pacific to Australia for the first of two stops.

Up first? A three-day stop in Melbourne.

Here’s everything you need to know about watching Swift in Australia including updates on ticket prices. 

BUY NOW: Cheapest tickets for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in Australia

Taylor Swift Melbourne concert tickets

Swift is playing three shows at the Melbourne Cricket Ground Dome which seats a max capacity of just over 100,000.

Right now on Stubhub, the cheapest seats available are going for about $100 U.S. dollars. That’s WAY cheaper than per previous shows specifically at MetLife Stadium in New York which were selling for $1700 in the upper bowl and nearly $4,000 for field level

Here are the cheapest tickets still on sale for each of the three shows in Melbourne:

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Taylor Swift Eras Tour Schedule

Once Swift finishes up in Melbourne, she’s off to Sydney for four shows at Accor Stadium.

Here’s a look at her remaining international tour schedule through the end of the summer:

  • Feb. 7-10: Tokyo, Japan
  • Feb. 16-18: Melbourne, Australia
  • Feb. 23-26: Sydney, Australia
  • March 2-9: Singapore
  • May 9-12: Paris, France
  • May 17-19: Stockholm, Sweden
  • May 24-25: Lisbon, Portugal
  • May 30: Madrid, Spain
  • June 2-3: Lyon, France
  • June 7-9: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • June 13-15: Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • June 18: Cardiff, United Kingdom
  • June 21-23: London, United Kingdom
  • June 28-30: Dublin, Ireland
  • July 4-6, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • July 9-10: Zurich, Switzerland
  • July 13-14: Milan, Italy
  • July 17-19: Gelsenkirchen, Germany
  • July 23-24: Hamburg, Germany
  • July 27-28: Munich, Germany
  • Aug. 1-3: Warsaw, Poland
  • Aug. 8-10: Vienna, Austria
  • Aug 15-20: London, United Kingdom

Following her last show in London, Swift’s tour is on break until picking back up in Miami in October.


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