Taylor Swift has added extra dates to her Eras Tour in Europe, Australia, and Asia.

Taylor Swift announced more concert dates for her Eras Tour in Asia, Australia, and Europe on Tuesday, extending her performances through summer 2024. 

According to Forbes, Swift's tour has now expanded to more than 100 events, with the international leg of the Eras Tour taking

out in August this year in Mexico City — after which Swift will hang up her guitar until November before resuming her stadium gigs.

Swift's Asia tour will go up next year with four nights at Japan's Tokyo Dome beginning on February 7. She'll then travel to Melbourne and Sydney, 

Australia, as well as Singapore, before beginning the tour's European leg in May with two gigs in Paris.

Unless Swift adds more dates, the Eras Tour will conclude on August 17, 2024, at Wembley Stadium in London. 

The Eras Tour got off to a bumpy start when ticket pre-sales resulted in a lawsuit against Ticketmaster from enraged fans who claimed the business violated antitrust rules designed to protect market competition.

According to the lawsuit, Ticketmaster intentionally sent more pre-sale codes than it could accommodate. As a result, millions of people were denied the chance to buy tickets. 

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