Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour has been breaking records and making headlines for months, and she’s finally ready to take it around the world. After concluding her North American dates, Swift will initially embark on the second leg of the tour in several Latin American countries.
Swift broke the news on social media, writing that she’s “really thrilled” to announce the first round of international dates. The Grammy-winning hitmaker announced she’s bringing The Eras Tour to Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil, adding there are “LOTS more international dates to come soon.”
Swift also revealed she’ll be joined by “sweet angel princess” Sabrina Carpenter during her Latin American dates, which is one major change in comparison to the North American leg of the tour, where the list of opening acts included the likes of Paramore, Haim, Phoebe Bridgers, Girl in Red, and Gayle.
The Eras Tour officially kicked off in Glendale, Arizona on March 17, and it saw Swift perform over 40 songs every night, divided into ten acts that conceptually represent her studio albums. The Latin American leg of the tour will kick off with three concerts at Mexico City’s Foro Sol in late August, and she’ll perform two more concerts in Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo in November.