Taylor Swift didn’t include Indianapolis on her 2023 stadium tour, but the music superstar plans to make it up to local fans in 2024.
Lucas Oil Stadium announced Thursday a three-night stand of Swift’s The Eras Tour. Concerts are scheduled Nov. 1-3.
The Eras Tour, designed as an overview of Swift’s 10 studio albums, has proved to be a commercial blockbuster. In June, Pollstar magazine listed the tour as the world’s top moneymaker for the first half of 2023, bringing in $300 million in ticket sales.
The tour launched March 17 in Arizona. In the Midwest, Swift has performed in Chicago (June 2-4), Detroit (June 9-10), Cincinnati (June 30 and July 1) and Kansas City (July 7-8) this summer. The tour launches a run of non-U.S. dates Aug. 24, beginning in Mexico City.
Swift last performed locally in 2018, headlining Lucas Oil Stadium as part of her “Reputation” tour.
The singer-songwriter’s 10th album, “Midnights,” arrived in October 2022.
Face-value prices for tickets on the tour have ranged from $49 to $499 (plus fees) but have exceeded $30,000 on the resale market in some markets, with an average resale price topping $1,600 in June.
More information on the tour is available at taylorswift.com.