Tay Tay in the house!
Taylor Swift performs her only full concert of 2016 during the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas in Austin on October 22, 2016. An announcement about global tour dates is forthcoming.
Taylor Swift's new album "Reputation" dropped late last week, making it her first album in three years after releasing "1989" back in 2014. According to Billboard, the a;bum has sold over 700,000 copies on its first day, so be sure to grab your tickets ahead of time ― Swifties are ready for it.
Fervent fans are asking about when the "Should've Said No" singer will be in Europe and elsewhere, like Brazil and India.
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Tickets for the North American leg of the tour will go on sale to the general public on December 13.
But true Swifties can register by November 28 to become a so-called "Ticketmaster Verified Fan" to score tickets earlier than the on-sale date.
She also teased some songs from the album, which features the track, "Look What You Made Me Do", which is rumored to be about her feud with Kanye West.