Taylor Swift appears to be moving back into the public eye after her hiatus from music and for many this is as good as a confirmation of an upcoming Taylor Swift stadium tour.
Taylor Swift has returned to social media with a kind message to basketball player Russell Westbrook. This comes just after Taylor Swift announced a return of her music to Spotify, which was considered by many as her big return to the music industry. Taylor Swift’s return to the public eye has been taken as a major indicator that she will tour in 2018 and release new music potentially by the end of 2017.
Of course, Taylor Swift has spoken openly about working on a new album that will follow on from the hugely successful 1989 album, which charted at No.1 for an incredible 11 weeks. She plans to continue producing pop music with her sixth studio album, that would feature autobiographical content of her life experiences in friendship, love and other relatable themes. Though Taylor Swift is working with other artists to involve other influences of hip hop to her music, rumours of collaborating artists with Taylor Swift include Drake and Kesha.
Taylor Swift released a single in 2016, a collaboration with Zayn Malik called “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” which went straight to No.1 in the UK Charts. Some speculate whether Zayn Malik would join Taylor Swift on tour in 2018, given the incredible success of this track.
Taylor Swift hasn’t toured since her incredibly successful 1989 world tour, but has suggested she will be back next year. Ed Sheeran has speculated himself that Taylor Swift will release her next album in Autumn 2017. But where would Taylor Swift tour? Taylor Swift could safely continue to play arenas such as London’s 02 Arena, Arena Birmingham, Manchester Arena, SSE Hydro in Glasgow and Dublin’s 3Arena. Imagine seeing Taylor Swift in style with VIP tickets at one of the most impressive music venues in the UK.
In 2015, Taylor Swift’s concert tickets sold out within moment and saw her perform at Manchester Arena, the SSE Hydro and 3Arena. Perhaps a Taylor Swift 2018 tour would see her move on to stadiums?
Given Taylor Swift’s widespread popularity around the world as one of the biggest names in Pop, it seems likely there would be a Taylor Swift stadium tour in 2018. A Taylor Swift stadium tour in the UK would likely include Wembley Stadium in London, Cardiff’s Principality Stadium, Etihad Stadium in Manchester and Hampden Park.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL