Taylor Swift performs in Lisbon in May 2024


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American singer Taylor Swift will make her live debut in Portugal in 2024, with a concert at Luz Stadium, in Lisbon, as part of the European leg of “The Eras Tour”.

According to the promoter Last Tour, in a statement released today, Taylor Swift will perform on May 24, 2024 at the Estádio na Luz.

Tickets will go on sale on July 12, starting at 12:00 Lisbon time, and those interested “have the opportunity to sign up to buy tickets even before the sale”.

Registration for the chance to buy tickets for the show in Lisbon can be made until 23:59 (Lisbon time) Friday, June 23, at the following link: https://taylorswift.seetickets.com/event/pre-registro-ts/estadio-da-luz/2685690.

The promoter warns that “registration does not guarantee access to the sale or tickets.

“We anticipate demand to be greater than the number of tickets available. A limited number of fans will have the opportunity to access the sale and others will be placed on a waiting list. Access to the sale does not guarantee the purchase of tickets. Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last,” reads the registry’s website.

The European leg of Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour” starts on May 9, 2024 in Paris and ends on August 17 in London.

The tour will also pass through cities such as Stockholm, Madrid, Amsterdam, Milan and Vienna.

Taylor Swift is one of the most popular pop music artists in the world, having started out as a teenager in the country music world.

The singer was supposed to have performed in Portugal in 2020, but the covid-19 pandemic eventually dictated the cancellation of the show.

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