Cultural icon, Taylor Swift returned to the public eye in a big way with the launch of her new album ‘Reputation.’ One of the most talked about albums of the year, Taylor Swift’s upcoming album hasn’t been fully released as of yet. And whether you are ‘…Ready for it?’ or not, it seems apparent Taylor Swift will tour in 2018.
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1) New Album
Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ album is expected to be huge, based on her to preview releases for her album ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ and ‘…Ready For It?’ Taylor Swift’s new album will be one of her biggest yet, Look What You Made Me Do was streamed an unbelievable eight million times within 24 hours of its release and charting at No.1 in 18 countries. This will be Taylor Swift’s sixth studio album and from what we’ve seen so far, it’s going to be her biggest yet. Taylor Swift’s new album will be released on 10th November 2017.
2) Stage Production
Taylor Swift’s commitment to stage production whilst touring is something to be admired. Screens, lights, explosions, chorography and unbelievable costume changes, Taylor Swift’s concerts certainly go above and beyond. Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour saw her hand out light up bracelets that synchronise with the set. Making a stadium feel like an intimate occasion is not an easy achievement, but Taylor Swift masterful production does just that.
It’s hard to argue that Taylor Swift is one of the biggest names in music across the world. She’s won ten Grammy awards, one Emmy Award and was voted in Time’s most influential people in the world. Taylor Swift is also one of the best-selling musicians of all time. She achieved world-fame with the release of the Taylor Swift hits Shake It Off and I Knew You Were Trouble. Don’t miss the chance to see this iconic artist perform live in 2018.
Taylor Swift has been shrouded with mystery since the release of her new hit single’s, proclaiming on one track “The old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now, why? Cause she’s dead.” That combined with the animated snake that dominated her social media accounts, we’re intrigued to see what she’s got planned next. Whatever it is, it’s going to be massive.
A Taylor Swift 2018 tour may visit Wembley Stadium, Principality Stadium, Etihad Stadium, Murrayfield Stadium, Hampden Park or Croke Park. Find out more on upcoming Taylor Swift music news, here.
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