Swifties, rise! Taylor Swift is taking ‘Midnights’ on the road with U.S. stadium tour
Taylor Swift is taking her summer concert series across the pond with a string of four shows.
Swift’s three-night residency at New York City’s Beacon Theater kicked off Monday night, followed by four more concerts across the United States by June 20.
“Midnights” will be held at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium on June 22 as part of the U.S. tour.
“I’m excited to perform for fans across the country,” Swift said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly. “I just love playing arenas, and our fans have been so supportive since we took ‘Red’ on the road in 2011.”
“I’m looking forward to sharing what we’ve been working on and hoping to see you there,” she added. “We all miss those long-time friendships and those who have become life-long friends. I look forward to celebrating and enjoying every last moment together.”
The tour kicks off July 2 in Chicago with “Me!,” and will end with “1989,” a show with a special guest. Swift and the band will perform a cover of “The Prayer” at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. on August 1.