Taylor Swift Announces End of The Eras Tour in Emotional Speech

Sorry Swifties, Taylor Swift will not extend her record-breaking, behemoth Eras Tour to 2025. During the tour’s 100th show in Liverpool, England, on Thursday, June 13, Taylor Swift confirmed that the long-running show will end in December. “This is the very first time I’ve ever acknowledged to myself and admitted that this tour is going to end in December,” the singer said sentimentally during her “All Too Well” speech before the 10-minute song.



“This tour has really become my entire life, it’s taken over everything, like I think I once had hobbies,” she joked in her bedazzled red and black jacket. “All I do when I’m not on stage is sit at home and try to think of clever acoustic song mashups and think about what you might want to hear.” Her acoustic section has become a fan-favorite, unique to every city. The singer began mashing up songs in 2024. Swift still has about 30 songs in her vast discography left to perform.



“You have done so much to be with us,” she continued. “You’ve made plans so far in advance. You planned what you were going to wear. You memorized lyrics. You got yourself here. You figured out parking. You figured out transportation, and I want spend the 100th show just thinking about that and living in that moment and being here with you, and just know I appreciate every single ounce of effort that you put in to be with us when this show reaches triple digits in shows. So thank you! its final stops are scheduled for Vancouver, Canada, between December 6-8.”



The original post only showed 27 concerts over the course of a year. The demand quickly escalated that number to 66 shows for year one and 86 for year two in 22 countries (U.S., Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Japan, Australia, Singapore, France, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Poland, Austria and Canada).

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