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Taylor Swift Announces 2023 Tour Dates, Refuses To Visit DMV

Taylor Swift has finally announced her highly anticipated tour in support of her newest album. But unfortunately, no dates have been added for the Maryland, Virginia, or DC regions.

Swift’s first stadium tour since 2018 will be called “The Eras Tour,” and it will make 27 stops in different cities throughout the United States.

Also read: Taylor Swift’s New Album ‘Midnights’ Release Date, Track List And Everything You Need To Know

The tour will make its closest stop to the Washington, DC, region at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

There will be two shows in Philadelphia in 2023, on May 12th and 13th. Support artists will include Phoebe Bridgers and Beeabadoobee.

Also read: Are Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn Still Together? Have A Look Into Their Love Life

During her “1989 World Tour,” Taylor Swift last performed in the D.C. area in 2015. 
Beginning on Friday, November 18 at 10 a.m., tickets for the Philadelphia performances will be available for purchase.

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