Taylor Swift Miami concert tickets: Cheapest price, best seats for Eras Tour 2024 shows in Florida

Not every state can say Taylor Swift wrote a song about it. Florida is the exception.

For the first time on her Eras Tour, Swift is heading to Miami. She performed in Tampa in April 2023 but decided to head south to a new city for the second North American leg of the roadshow. She’ll also visit Indianapolis and New Orleans, who did not get any shows during Swift’s first go-round.

While her first time performing in Miami in years, the three shows also mark the end of her tour. Swift announced that there will be no more Eras Tour shows after the final U.S. and Canada concerts that close out 2024. All good things, even the biggest musical tour ever, must come to an end.

The future of Swift concerts are unknown, as it’s been a busy two years for the singer with three albums and a Super Bowl victory under her belt. So if you need a Swift fix sooner rather than later, it’s best to get tickets to see the singer at one of her final Eras Tour concerts. Why not go out with a bang in Miami?

Here’s everything to know to get tickets to see Swift’s concerts in Florida this fall.

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Taylor Swift Miami concert tickets

Swift will perform three concerts at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium in October. Tickets for each show are available on StubHub.

It’s no secret ticket prices for Swift’s shows are pricey. It costs almost $2,000 to see night one of her trio of shows in Florida.

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Those willing to splurge can click the links below to find the best seats and prices for each Miami show.

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Taylor Swift Eras Tour schedule

The final stage of the Eras Tour kicks off in Miami as Swift performs the final leg of the show across North America.

Below is a look at the schedule for all the remaining dates in the U.S. and Canada.

  • Oct. 18-20: Miami, Florida
  • Oct. 25-27: New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Nov. 1-3: Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Nov. 14-23: Toronto, Canada
  • Dec. 6-8: Vancouver, Canada

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