It’s the announcement that Swifties have been waiting for since her last tour in 2018.

Taylor Swift is returning to the road in 2023 for the “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour" and she is bringing her electrifying show to Gillette Stadium for two nights in May.

Massachusetts was supposed to be treated to a tour stop for the "Lover" tour in 2020, with exclusive dates in the Bay State and Los Angeles only, but the pandemic broke our hearts and those plans.

Now, nothing will stand in the way of New Englanders shipping up to Foxboro on May 19 and May 20 of next year.

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Taylor Swift Continues to Break Records

Just when you thought there were no more records to break, Taylor Swift proves there is always room for excellence. This week, she became the first artist to claim the entire top 10 in a single frame for the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart.

It was only a matter of time before she announced her tour to follow such an incredible response to her latest LP Midnights, and on Tuesday morning, she made millions of people across the country mark their calendars for the new tour.

Taylor Swift Announces 'Taylor Swift: Eras Tour'

For Massachusetts, it’s Gillette Stadium on May 19 and May 20, and according to Swift, this tour will be a lot more than just her new songs.

This tour will be a journey through the musical eras of her career.

Fans will be treated to her cutesy era of Fearless all the way to her rebellious era of Reputation and every era in between. Swift has seemingly grown up with us, and together, we will march through those eras alongside her during an unforgettable night (or two) in Foxboro.

The last time Swift came to Gillette in 2018, she sold out four shows, leading Fun 107's Michael Rock to believe more shows would be announced in the near future. But for now, the SouthCoast can look forward to May 19 and 20 for the return of Taylor Swift.




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