Taylor Swift bringing 'Reputation' tour to New Orleans

14 November, 2017, 00:25 | Author: Laverne Higgins
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Swift is set to perform at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium on August 14 and at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium on August 18.

Pop sensation Taylor Swift announced Monday morning the dates for her 27-city stadium tour next year and there's a stop in the D.C. area.

Given the amount of savage shade Tay threw at Kimye in "Look What You Made Me Do", it seems only fitting that Kim hung out with the woman who "Bad Blood" was reportedly written about. It opens with Swift as a zombie in a graveyard and continues to show her swinging inside a giant bird cage, crashing a auto and robbing a bank.

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Swift unveiled new album Reputation last week.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on December 13.

Tickets, at prices to be announced, go on sale at 10 a.m. December 13, Swift's 28th birthday. Registration is open through Tuesday, Nov. 28, on the ticket outlet's website. In total, Swift sold more than 131,000 tickets for her nine local concerts.

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