Taylor Swift Sets 'Reputation' Tour of Australia & New Zealand

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Due to phenomenal demand, Taylor Swift has added a second Croke Park date on Saturday, June 16.

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Just days after the announcement of nine more dates in the U.K, Ireland and United States, Live Nation on Monday (Dec. 4) announced Swift will open her Australia tour October 19 at Perth's Optus Stadium, then head to open-air venues in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane before hopping across the Tasman for a single show November 9 at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium.

Swift's latest tour dates have been announced just days after tickets for her U.S. and United Kingdom shows went on sale.

Swift released her sixth album three weeks ago, but didn't put the album on streaming sites.

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Reputation faced little competition for its throne as only one new release cracked the Top 10 this week: Fabolous and Jadakiss' joint Friday on Elm Street entered at Number 10.

Swift missed New Zealand off her most recent world tour in 2015, which supported album 1989.

The princess of pop is bringing her Reputation tour to Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane late next year, much to the joy of Australian Swifties.

Swift performed her first two live shows in nearly exactly two years this weekend as the closing act at the Jingle Ball in Los Angeles and Poptopia in San Jose.



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