Taylor Swift Coming To St. Louis In 2018

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Taylor Swift Will Be Making a 2018 Stop In St. Louis As Part Of Her Reputation Tour

Are you ready for it?

Taylor Swift will be making a St. Louis stop on her stadium tour next year to promote the release of her recent album, Reputation. The pop star will play The Dome at America’s Center,  the former home of the St. Louis Rams, on September 18, 2018.

Tickets for next year’s show, part of the Reputation world tour, will go on sale December 13, 2017, giving plenty of time to make it into this year’s Christmas stockings.

Taylor Swift will play a concert at The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis on September 18, 2018. The stop will be part of her Reputation World Tour.
Taylor Swift will play a concert at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis on September 18, 2018. The stop will be part of her Reputation World Tour.

Swift announced 27 stops on the Reputation tour on Monday, beginning with a May 8, 2018 show at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and ending October 6 in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium.

The St. Louis show will fall between stop in Indianpolis on September 15 and New Orleans on September 18. The announced dates seem to be spaced far enough apart to allow for multiple shows in each city to at least be a possibility.

No announcement was made about any tour stops outside the United States or any opening acts.

Taylor Swift Tweets Appreciation For KMOV Traffic Report

While Swift didn’t announce her St. Louis concert plans until Monday, she did mention the city on social media on Saturday afternoon.

The singer tweeted out a link to a Friday traffic report from KMOV’s Laura Hettiger, saying “my cousins in St. Louis sent this to me” and sending her love to Hettiger. Hettiger sprinkled Swift references throughout her Friday traffic report on KMOV.

 

Buy Tickets Early With Taylor Swift Tix

Back in August Taylor Swift announced a partnership with Ticketmaster #verifiedfan that has a stated goal of simply “getting tickets to fans” rather than seeing them marked up on the secondary market.

#TaylorSwiftTix allows fans to register with Ticketmaster and “boost” their place in line by completing various Taylor-related tasks such as posting on social media channels, watch Taylor Swift music videos and purchasing Taylor Swift merchandise.

Registration for the program ends on November 28. According to the #TaylorSwiftTix program website, point totals will be frozen on that date. No official date has been announced for the sale of tickets to the St. Louis date, but it has been said that fans involved in the program will be able to buy tickets to concerts first.

Register for #TaylorSwiftTix here to get the best tickets to see Taylor Swift in St. Louis.

Reputation Earning Stellar Reviews

Taylor Swift released her sixth studio album, Reputation, on Friday November 10, 2017. As of Sunday night, the album had sold 925,000 copies in the U.S. It has a chance to top the 1.29 million copies 1989 sold in its first week of release back in 2014.

As was plainly evident from the moment the album was announced, this latest album is quite different than any of Swift’s other albums.

The Reputation review from Pitchfork may have said it best:

“Reputation, her sixth album, isn’t a tuneless vengeance tour—it’s an aggressive, lascivious display of craftsmanship, one that makes 1989 sound like a pit stop on the way to Swift’s full embrace of modern pop.”

However, “the old Taylor’s not dead” according to NPR,  despite the lyrics in “Look What You Made Me Do”.

Taylor Swift Performs On Saturday Night Live

Aside from basically tweeting her love for St. Louis, Taylor Swift also performed two songs on Saturday Night Live. The performance on the show was her first since 2009.

Taylor performed “Ready For It” during her first trip to the stage.

Taylor Swift “Ready For It” Saturday Night Live


During her second trip, Swift performed “Call It What You Want” on her guitar.

Taylor Swift “Call It What You Want” Saturday Night Live


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