One of the biggest names in music, there’s been a ‘Blank Space’ filled with Taylor Swift tour predictions recently. Many have been speculating when Taylor Swift will make a come back with new music and a 2018 Taylor Swift tour. Discover the latest Taylor Swift tour predictions by signing up to our mailing list here.
Taylor Swift’s unique sound of country and pop has swept the world by storm. Her last album ‘1989’, stayed at No.1 in the charts for an impressive 11 weeks and recently, Taylor Swift has made all of her music available across all streaming platforms, including Spotify.
After her 1989 world tour in December 2015, Taylor Swift announced she would be taking a break from music and therefore did not release an album in 2016. Still, she did release a few new tracks including a duet with One Direction’s Zayn Malik called I Don’t Wanna Live Forever.
Her autobiographical lyrics feature everything from past relationships to bullying, appealing to the masses and providing her with a vast following. Taylor Swifts biggest hits including 22, Love Story and I Knew You Were Trouble have all impressively charted in both the UK and US. However, Taylor Swift is not typically one to disappoint her fans, many of which have been anticipating new music to be released this year and a new Taylor Swift world tour in 2018. Taylor Swift’s new album would be her sixth studio album and people are expecting it to be released in Autumn 2017. Insiders have suggested that Taylor Swift will continue to produce pop music due to the incredible success of her 1989 album and, rumours have been circulating that Drake and Kesha have been helping the american artist on her new album.
Ed Sheeran has been predicting new music from Taylor Swift, but would he collaborate on her new album? It seems likely that Ed Sheeran will announce a stadium tour in 2018 at venues that include Wembley Stadium, Emirates Old Trafford or Etihad Stadium, Principality Stadium, Murrayfield Stadium, St Mary’s Stadium and Croke Park, so watch out for Taylor Swift’s comeback!
Many Taylor Swift tour predictions suggest she would play stadiums across the UK including Wembley Stadium in London, Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Manchester’s Etihad Stadium, Aviva Stadium in Dublin and Hampden Park. With such a vast fan base, we have no doubt an Taylor Swift stadium tour would sell out rapidly should she announce one. Imagine experiencing the best in Taylor Swift hospitality at Wembley Stadium in 2018 as she returns to the stage after more than two years break from music. That would definately make for an unforgettable evening.
If a 2018 Taylor Swift tour was to take place, it seems likely she would cross paths with ex-boyfriend, One Direction’s Harry Styles who has recently announced a 2018 arena tour. Find out first about Taylor Swift’s 2018 world tour by signing up to our mailing list.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL