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Taylor Swift Eras Tour Odds: Which Cities Will T-Swift Play Next?

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Taylor Swift Eras Tour Odds: Which Cities Will T-Swift Play Next?

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Taylor Swift isn’t the only one beating the odds at the tail end of her record-smashing Eras Tour. Simply securing tickets for the concert event of the summer was an improbable feat for fans who have packed stadiums across the country. 

Swift completed the first set of domestic tour dates with a six-night run at SoFi Stadium outside Los Angeles in early August, capping a whirlwind ride for the pop superstar and her fans. The first leg of the Tour included 54 sold-out shows, with Swift seemingly wanting to make sure those who worked so hard to score tickets didn’t leave disappointed. 

The 12-time Grammy winner played more than 40 songs and went 3-plus hours without an extended break, night after night, show after show, in heat and cold and torrential rain. Luckily, for fans that missed out, it’s not over yet. 

Swift has added additional dates at multiple points throughout the tour, foreign and domestic, most recently announcing a new stretch of U.S. dates including Miami, New Orleans, and Indianapolis for the fall of 2024. There are also more than 80 additional international shows scheduled over the next 15 months, beginning on August 24 in Mexico City and concluding on November 23 in Toronto. 

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Swift’s tour is now expected to gross more than $1 billion when it’s all said and done, making it the most financially successful tour of all time. And with fans still willing to overwhelm Ticketmaster presale waiting rooms or shell out thousands of dollars, it’s easy to see why no one involved wants to pack it up and call it a tour just yet. 

With Swift extending the run and adding additional cities and countries over the past year, there’s no telling when it will stop. Considering Swift’s team hasn’t specifically said anything about these being the final tour dates, it’s entirely possible she could add even more shows and keep the Eras tour rolling into 2025. There’s clearly no shortage of demand and more than a few possibilities in terms of additional dates in cities that Swift has not played yet on this tour. 

So which cities might Taylor play next? Bookies.com handicapper Dan Kilbridge has set hypothetical odds on her next stops.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour Next City Odds

CityOddsImplied Probability
Washington DC+60014.3%
Repeat City+10009.1%

The odds information contained in this article is for entertainment purposes only.

Is Taylor Swift Bringing The Eras Tour To Canada?

We don’t know exactly when or if Swift will add additional dates to the Eras tour. She cast a wide net around the U.S. the first time around, and she’s hitting the international circuit hard as well. But there are a few towns that stand out as potential additions for several reasons – none more so than Vancouver.

We give Vancouver the best odds to land and upcoming Eras dates announcement at +150. This is mostly due to hints from her most recent addition, a whopping six-night run at Rogers Centre in Toronto, November 14-23, 2024. 

Adding that many nights at one venue shows just how high the Swift demand is in Canada, but it’s a big country leaving millions out of range for the Toronto shows. So it makes sense that Swift would look to touch the West side and announce additional dates in Vancouver. 

Swift performed her 1989 World Tour there and we wouldn’t be surprised to see her back in British Columbia after the Toronto dates. There’s also an ideal venue with BC Place, a soccer stadium with 55,000 concert capacity. 

If Swift is actually adding more Canada dates, Edmonton is a big possibility as well. Edmonton is second on our odds board, at +250, with Commonwealth Stadium and its 56,000-plus capacity a likely venue.

Is Taylor Adding More States To The Eras Tour?

As for the U.S., Swift just wrapped up a whirlwind route touching almost all the major cities and demographics. But there were a few notable omissions and cities that might land the Eras Tour after all should Swift decide to add more stateside dates. 

Washington D.C./Maryland/Virginia area residents were shut out the first time around, which is still somewhat surprising. Swift has played FedEx Field in the past and there’d be even less controversy now with former Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder selling the team. 

Charlotte was another head-scratching omission in the first U.S. leg of the Eras Tour – the Rolling Stones packed Bank of America Stadium in late 2021 and it’s one of just seven NFL stadiums Swift did not play in 2023. We have Charlotte just behind the D.C. area at +800 odds as the next city announced. 

Will Eras Tour Repeat Dates?

We also have to consider the possibility of repeat dates – it seems Swift could easily sell out multi-night runs again in places like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, etc. Or perhaps bring it all back around and add more shows in her hometown of Nashville to wrap up the tour. 

Even though these odds aren't available on the best betting apps, we’ve grouped potential replay cities on the odds board ahead of two other cities that didn’t get to catch Eras the first time around. 

Louisville fans at least now have the option to make the trip to Indianapolis for those recently-announced shows, but it’s a major country music region and Swift has played there in the past. It’s possible she could add an extra show or two in the area around the same time as the Indianapolis dates. 

The same thought process goes for the capital city of Ohio. Swift hit Cincinnati for two nights in the first leg, but she skipped over Cleveland and, most notably, Columbus. 

Artists tend to pick one of the three for most tours, but this isn’t most tours and demand would still be sky-high in Louisville or Columbus should Swift decide to branch out. 

While tickets were nearly impossible to score for the first run of shows, odds are improving with each additional date announced, and no definitive end in sight for the Eras Tour.

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Dan Kilbridge for Bookies.com
Dan Kilbridge
Handicapper Dan Kilbridge writes about college football, MLB and other sports for Bookies.com after spending three years covering Tiger Woods’ comeback and the PGA for Golfweek.