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Taylor Swift is back on tour this week after a two-month break from her wildly popular “Eras Tour.”

Swift will perform four shows this week in Nanterre, France, near Paris, for four concerts – May 9, May 10, May 11 and May 12 at Paris La Defense Arena.
Fans are reportedly flocking overseas to take in a Swift concert because the ticket costs are much lower. Tickets for those France concerts on Stubhub are selling for under $175 each. Tickets for her shows in the United States this fall are selling for $2,000 and more.
Swift’s newest album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” was released on Friday, April 19, while she was on break from the tour that has been selling out across the globe. The album also has broken multiple records.
On May 17, May 18 and May 19 the “Cruel Summer” singer will be in Stockholm, Sweden; followed by concerts in Portugal May 24-15; Spain, May 29-30; the United Kingdom, June 7-9, June 13-15, June 18, June 21-22; Netherlands, July 4-6; Switzerland, July 9-10; Italy, July 13-114; Germany, July 17-19, July 23-24 and July 27-28; Poland, Aug. 1-3; Austria, Aug. 8-10; and Wembley Stadium in London, Aug. 15-17 and Aug. 19-20.

In October, she returns to the United States for concerts in Miami, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; Indianapolis, Indiana; and Canada.
Fans can buy tickets from secondary market sites (tickets are expensive):