Multiple sources have confirmed that Taylor Swift is planning a massive stadium tour for the summer of 2023. Taylor has some really ambitious plans in place,’ hints a reliable source. After a long but productive break, she is eager to resume her travels. Several performances, according to a second source.
The “Betty” singer, now 32 years old, had planned to go on tour in 2020 in support of her seventh studio album, “Lover,” but she was forced to postpone the tour when the global spread of COVID-19 was discovered. It’s a “unprecedented pandemic” that has altered everyone’s schedule, and “no one knows what the touring landscape is going to look like in the near future,” she tweeted.
In 2018, Swift completed a world tour in support of her sixth studio album, “Reputation.” The Texas stop was filmed for a concert special that debuted on Netflix that same year. The Grammy winner may have been busy in quarantine, but she hasn’t been performing for her fans in years. She released “Folklore” and “Evermore” in 2020 and re-recorded “Fearless” and “Red” in 2021 after losing control of her back catalog in 2019.
Swift also has a new album on the road, “Midnights,” which she announced will be released on October 21 at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards. This will be her tenth studio album, and she has characterized it as “a compilation of songs written in the middle of the night, a voyage between terrors and lovely dreams.”