Published: Tue, November 14, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Taylor Swift to play US Bank Stadium on Sept 1

Taylor Swift to play US Bank Stadium on Sept 1

Swift has re-emerged into the spotlight after taking a break over the a year ago or so, and performed on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend.

The cover art for "Reputation", Taylor Swift's sixth album.

The country pop singer announced the first 27 tour dates via Twitter, with the caption: "WE'LL SEE YOU SOON!" It kicks off May 8 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and includes a stop at Toronto's Rogers Centre on August 4.

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Pop music superstar Taylor Swift will perform for her largest Twin Cities audience to date when she makes her debut as a stadium headliner on September 1 at U.S. Bank Stadium.

There is some speculation Swift will announce more on her 28th birthday, December 13. Fans have the option to access a presale on Swift's website, too.

Registration is now open and will remain so until November 28.

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The bad news, folks, is Taylor Swift will not make her return to the RodeoHouston stage, despite our wishes for the 2018 lineup.

Taylor Swift is at the top of her game. This is a moment - one of those tours that defines an artist.

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