Taylor Swift UK ticket prices: Comparing cost, cities and dates for Eras Tour 2024 shows after Super Bowl

You know she loves her London fans (even while having multiple British exes). Swift will spend a good amount of time in the UK this summer during her Eras Tour. She’ll hit four cities 15 total times during the UK portion of the European tour. 

June may seem like a far ways off, but Swifties know how quickly tickets to her concerts get snatched up. She was the “it” girl last summer and will be this year, too, just across the pond from her guy on the Chiefs.

While Swift may have a complicated relationship with the capital of the UK, she always brings the heat to London, and this summer is no exception.

Here’s everything to know about the singer’s shows across the Atlantic, including the UK show schedule and how to buy tickets.

BUY NOW: Cheapest prices for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in the United Kingdom

Taylor Swift UK concert tickets

Swift will stop at Edinburgh, Liverpool, Cardiff and London (twice). She’ll perform at stadiums that hold about 60,000 people as well as the iconic Wembley Stadium, which seats 90,000.

The cheapest tickets for most of her UK concerts average at £500, or $633 USD. However, her spring London shows are more expensive, averaging closer to £650, or $950 USD. While that’s still a pretty penny, the get-in price for Swift’s shows in Miami in October are about $1,500 USD. 

Here are the cheapest tickets still available on StubHub for Swift’s many stops in the United Kingdom.

Edinburgh

Liverpool

Cardiff

London

Taylor Swift Eras Tour schedule

It may look like it’ll be a while until Swift performs in the UK, but time flies. Swift will kick off the European leg of her tour in May before heading to Sweden, Portugal, Spain, back to France until finally it’s time for the UK. She’ll perform two rounds of concerts in London – three shows in London and five shows in August.

Here’s a look at the singer’s remaining international dates for the Eras Tour.

  • 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
  • Nov. 14-23: Toronto, Canada
  • Dec. 6-8: Vancouver, Canada

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