After much anticipation Taylor Swift has finally kicked off her Reputation Stadium Tour with a record-breaking show.
The popstar debuted the show in the US at University of Phoenix Stadium on May 8.
She broke previous record holders One Direction for the highest attendance at the 50,000 plus venue.
Although the album is in support of her sixth studio album Reputation, the singer promised fans there would be plenty of classic tracks on the setlist.
The setlist features number one single Look What You Made Me Do, alongside fan favourites Long Live and All Too Well from her albums Speak Now and Red.
Find out below the setlist for the Reputation Stadium Tour before she heads to the UK, including Wembley Stadium this June.
What is the setlist?
- ...Ready for It?
- I Did Something Bad
- Style / Love Story / You Belong With Me
- Look What You Made Me Do
- End Game
- King of My Heart
- Shake It Off
- Dancing with Our Hands Tied (Acoustic)
- All Too Well (Acoustic)
- Blank Space
- Bad Blood / Should've Said No
- Don't Blame Me
- Long Live / New Year's Day (Acoustic)
- Getaway Car
- Call It What You Want
- We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
- This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things
Are tickets still available?
Remaining tickets are still available from Ticketmaster here.
How much are tickets?
Tickets are priced between £62-£220, plus a booking fee.
What are the tour dates?
Friday June 8 - Manchester Etihad Stadium
Saturday June 9 - Manchester Etihad Stadium
Friday June 15 - Dublin Croke Park
Saturday June 16 - Dublin Croke Park
Friday June 22 - London Wembley Stadium
Saturday June 23 - London Wembley Stadium
Who are the support acts?
Charli XCX who has tracks including Boys and Boom Clap and Camila Cabello who sings the likes of Havana and Never Be The Same will support Taylor Swift across the stadium tour.
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